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Arpita Mandal

Arpita Mandal lived in extreme poverty until she joined Trickle Up's program in her community in rural West Bengal, India. Today she owns 18 goats, 50 hens, and an incense business. She saves in a Trickle Up savings group and can afford to send her children to school. "Everything is going in a good direction," she says.

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