Our Target

Informal and Gig Workers

In India alone, the platform economy could service up to 90 million jobs in the non-farm economy. Sector is beset with income volatility, job insecurity, lack of formal employment status, limited skill building opportunities, entry barriers for women and elderly. Vast majority of gig workers do not have adequate protection for risks surrounding security, health and safeguarding of assets

Informal and Gig Workers

We propose to work towards resolving challenges in accessing services such as financial products, skills development or social support.

Nano, Micro and Small Enterprises

More than 200 million small and medium sizedenterprises lack access to finance globally. No registration, taxation,organization and representation further limit financing options accessible tothe sector. SMEs are less likely to be able to obtain bank loans than largefirms; instead, they rely on internal funds, or cash from friends and family,to launch and initially run their enterprises

Nano, Micro and Small Enterprises

We aim to work towards bringing about awareness about financial & digital services, also various government schemes such as simplified KYC, no frills account, business correspondents, credit information availability, local credit assessment tools.

Smallholder Farmers

The problems that have been identified are Land Distribution Disparity, Large Population of Smallholder Farmers, Challenges in Extension Services, Limitations of Conventional Farming Practices. In India, smallholder and marginal farmers with less than two hectares of land account for 86.2% of all farmers, but own just 47.3% of the arable land, according to the 10th agriculture census 2015–2016. Such a large number of smallholder and marginal farmers pose enormous challenges for the government’s extension arms to reach them with relevant technologies and farm support schemes. Moreover, conventional farming has limited benefits in diverse smallholder Indian agro ecologies.

Smallholder Farmers

Attempt is to address ways and means to make smallholder farms economically viable for sustainable development.

Smart Ageing

The ageing population is increasing rapidlyin LMICS. By 2050, the world's population aged 60 years and older is predictedto double. Elderly typically rely on multiple income sources includingpensions, assets, savings, and financial support from family and friends. Traditional employment-based pension systems andretirement saving mechanisms are not available in the informal sector

Smart Ageing

We aim to work towards bringing about awareness about financial & digital services, also various government schemes such as simplified KYC, no frills account, business correspondents, credit information availability, local credit assessment tools.

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