We offer programmes catering to both rural and urban entrepreneurs promoting enterprise development in a cluster format. We have a “home to market” strategy with strong delivery mechanisms and institutional linkages which enabled sustainable livelihoods for rural artisans.
This is especially beneficial for the economically disadvantaged producers engaged in handloom, handicraft and other non-farm based local economic activities. We are actively working with rural women.
Some of our projects involving strategy, design and implementation for livelihood promotion are successful and recognized as case studies in community based cluster development.