Rickshaw Sangh Program On Dec, 24 2012 programme commenced in Lucknow District. The programme was inaugurated by S.S Mundra (ED of UBI) and Hanumant Rawat Mr. Hanumant Rawat -Livelihood Director-AIF. In this big event of financial inclusion of weaker section of the community, Mr. D.P Dimri GM- Union Bank of India participated as guest of honor. During the programme 501 Rickshaw along with comprehensive social security package provided to the rickshaw pullers.
To build a society where all have equal and sufficient economic and social opportunities to improve their standards of living, and where they can contribute productively towards the overall development of the country.
Respect to client and staff Efficiency
Quality services to clients
On time execution
Our vision for is to involve the individual and community in creating social change where it is most needed. We believe that by being the catalyst for change and development, we can enable individuals to rise above limiting circumstances.
Developing a scaleable and growing business that covers a significant number of poor households while maintaining portfolio and service quality. In 6 years BMC intends to serve more than 50,000 families. Providing financial resources to enable poor women of rural, semi urban and urban communities to come out of poverty and get connected with formal financial institutions. BMC's ambition is to ensure that at least 50% of people who enter the program cross the poverty line within 5 years of participation in the program
Customized Products: BMC has designed loans with small repayments that correspond to wage structures, consumption and income
generating activities to prevent emergency distress sales. The first loan granted is always relatively small and is used to
inculcate credit discipline and collective responsibility.
Focus on Women: BMC works exclusively with women because they are the most marginalized among the poor and because they tend to
invest the majority of their income into the household and for their children.