It is generally difficult for the poor to get access to credit by conventional means because banks commonly require the security of collateral loans. Micro-finance and micro-insurance schemes are innovative ways of providing the poor with access to capital and thus a way out of poverty. Especially women often lack access to the financial resources necessary to escape poverty and social dependency. Micro-credit schemes can enable women to engage in economic activities and join social networks through which both poverty and social dependency can be overcome.
Thanks for the message, however am not conversant with the "seed Funding", as already written most of the poor people
are becoming poorer because of lack of security.