Marubeni India Private Limited has partnered with PRADAN to enable smallholder farmers market their produce overcoming regular hindrances of distance and inadequate market-knowledge through a project called ‘Mobility Support to Benefit Rural Communities of Jharkhand’.
As a part of our initiative ‘Promotion of women-centric livelihoods collective for economic empowerment’, PRADAN is happy to announce its partnership with Experian, one of India’s leading credit bureaus.
We are happy to announce our partnership project with ICICI Foundation, named Assured Income Enhancement Model Goat and Back Yard Poultry (BYP) Farming in Simdega, Godda and Dumka Districts, Jharkhand.
PRADAN is happy to announce its partnership with the RBL Bank Ltd. intended to help marginalised farmers and rural communities develop skills, initiatives, resources and access entitlements in poverty-stricken, tribal populated regions in the states of Odisha, West Bengal, Jharkhand, and Bihar.
PRADAN is happy to announce "LEAP - Livelihoods Enhancement through market Access and women emPowerment", a two-year project supported by a philanthropic grant from the Walmart Foundation that aims to impact lives and livelihoods of 45,000 small holder women farmers (population of about 225,000 people), across the states of Jharkhand, Odisha and West Bengal in India
PRADAN and IWWAGE have partnered for a three-year project (Jun 2019-May 2022) Gender Responsive Organisations for Women (GROW) to develop, pilot and establish women collective-led (Self Help Groups and their Federations) gender transformative approaches in situ; institutionalize learnings within State Rural Livelihoods Mission(s) (SRLMs); and develop gender responsive pedagogy.
We are happy to announce the launch of “Livelihoods-Arjuna” project in partnership with the Livelihoods Carbon Fund 2 to contribute to the achievement of SDGs in selected project areas of Jharkhand and West Bengal by helping small-holders create durable natural resource assets.
About 480 SHGs made over 300,000 masks and about 450 litres of sanitizers were produced in a month. On an average, each woman has been earning Rs 5000 per month, and this is certainly more than whatever amount they were being able to earn to top up their main income
We are happy to announce our initiative ‘SHG led Action to Facilitate and Augment Livelihoods by Transforming Agriculture eco-systems in Jharkhand (SAFALTA)’, in collaboration with Axis Bank Foundation. This is a five-year Project with its period is from July 2019 to June 2024.