A microfinance institution working to curb poverty and provide financial empowerment since 2008.Know More
Our products and models are uniquely designed to help transform the lives of those families in the bottom half of the social pyramid.
We have created provisions of credit and other financial services and products of very small amounts to those in remote, rural, semi-urban and urban areas to enable them to raise their income levels and improve living standards.
With better access to finance, the poor can multiply their income by investing in their enterprises. Our proven model provides maximum benefits by leveraging the power of women’s self-help and joint liability groups, propelling them to sustainability and independence.
It's a unique system for promoting sustainable livelihoods and job creation.
Our signature feature, Belstar syncs these Credit Plus activities with core business practices.
This ensures we offer the best, competitive rates and services to customers.
The impacts of our services help us innovate and develop new and improved models.
Belstar’s success stories paint the picture of how women have inspired many by beating impossible odds and succeeding on their own for their families, with a little help from microfinance.
Belstar’s objective is to identify and effectively empower women to build a sustainable livelihood by giving them access to credit and training. Shajeena from Aluva is one such empowered woman and belongs to the Belstar JLG named Ambal. An enthusiastic person, Shajeena loves to spend her timeRead More
Hema Prasad is 38 years old and lives in Khatima, Uttarakhand with her family. Her husband is a factory worker and earns a very minimal daily income. With a desire to improve the standard of living for both her and her family she started a small general store about 9 months ago.Read More
At Gudiya Singh’s small home in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh the hum of the sewing machine has become the norm. Gudiya runs a tailoring shop from her home, she has two machines and uses them to do embroidery. Gudiya is happy to have become part of the Belstar family.Read More
Seema lives in Shimoga with her husband and children. She has been engaged in ‘plate-making’, while her husband is a daily-wage labourer. Their joint income was not enough to keep the family running. While Seema had ideas to start her own business, there was a paucity of funds.Read More
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