Dhosa Chandaneswar Bratyajana Samity (DCBS)

Overview

Sector

Disaster Risk Reduction, Financial Services, Humanitarian Emergencies, Renewable Energy, Sustainability and Environment

Country

India

SDG

01 - No Poverty, 05 - Gender Equality, 06 - Clean Water and Sanitation, 07 - Affordable and Clean Energy, 13 - Climate Action

Organization Type

NGO

URL

www.dcbs.in

Description

About


Dhosa Chandaneswar Bratyajana Samity (DCBS) is a Development Organization operating in the Indian states of West Bengal & Bihar since 2003. DCBS is committed to providing access to loans to marginalized people living in unserved areas of rural India. Apart from its financing services , DCBS also operates and provides sustainable solutions in clean energy including solar energy products and services & low smoke/smokeless cook stoves. DCBS has also extended it’s services to help the unemployed youth & underprivileged women to gain livelihood through access to finance, training in setting up small enterprises, skill development and in creating market linkages. DCBS is continuously growing at a healthy rate and expanding its footprint across rural India.

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Units

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