Livelihood is not just about poverty alleviation. The important thing is that the communities need to understand and realise the capacities and potentialities to become self-dependent. Generally, it happens that rural communities have got the traditional knowledge, they have got resources but they do not get enough opportunities to actualise their understanding in a focussed manner. There is a gap of a catalyst that can integrate all the resources and capitals and create an environment where the communities have the chance to flourish. We as an organization understand the challenges to smoothen and roll the wheel of development. We have our strategies to make the efforts work and we move on. Grameen Sahara has been promoting farm, off-farm and nonfarm based livelihood activities in Agriculture & Allied sectors.

June 23, 2023

Empowerment through Entrepreneurship

Women entrepreneurship in rural area of India is necessity for the economic, social and industrial growth of the country Skills Development plays a major role in overcoming marginalisation and enhancing inclusion, while employment promotion contributes to improve the Economic conditions of people and poverty reduction. Quality skills development can be an important tool to improve an individual’s access to employment.  For enterprises to survive in this competitive economy, quality skill training is indispensable part. To increase the prospect and opportunities […]
June 23, 2023

Weaving Hopes-Sericulture & Handloom

North eastern states of India have a special place for its beautiful handloom craft. Northeast handloom goods are endowed with excellent artistry that differs from tribe to tribe. Moreover, some varieties of Silk are Assam and other NE States such as Muga, Eri & Mulberry Silk (Pat). Grameen Sahara has been working in this sector for last two decades. Grameen Sahara with a view to organise this sector as well as to enhance the income of the communities involved with […]
June 23, 2023

Spices as the way of sustainability

The Agro Climatic Zone where Grameen has been rigorously working to improve the livelihood of the community through the promotion of a few selected highly remunerative crops is known as the hub of spices- Black Pepper, Turmeric, Ginger and King Chili. Spice production is one of the emerging opportunities which have commercial value both in Indian as well as the export market. The project areas are mostly located in the foot hills of Assam-Meghalaya border. Currently Grameen Sahara has been […]