Rural communities people do not have many income-generating resources and so cannot make ends meet. We think that micro-enterprises such as grocery or vegetable shops and tailoring businesses could have a great impact on families, providing them with a better way to generate income.
For instance, we provide sewing machines to those who have been trained in tailoring so that they can start their own micro-business to provide for the needs of a small family.
Another cheaper but effective option is a plastic greenhouse which will enable famers to grow crops in the off-seasons too.
We are studying many options for micro-enterprises.