In a first of its kind partnership, OnePlus and Rang De join hands to empower the rural women entrepreneurs in India. Read on to know more…
The Campaign ‘Power of One’ encourages individuals to make a difference in others’ lives, on the occasion of ‘Joy of Giving’ week
OnePlus, a fast growing global technology startup, and RangDe.org, India’s first internet-based peer-to-peer micro-lending organization, today announced the ‘Power of One’ initiative to empower women entrepreneurs on the occasion of the Joy of Giving Week, starting today. The campaign leverages power of crowdfunding to raise affordable micro-loans for women from low-income, rural families empowering them to start or scale up their livelihood activities.… Read further
-Bharti, Rang De higher education loan student
Bharti is one of our first higher education loan students and is currently studying Optometry at Sankara College of Optometry, Bangalore. She scored 80% in her 3rd year and topped her batch a few months ago. This Women’s Day, Bharti shares with us how she’s glad she didn’t give up on her dream and what it is like to be a woman today!
I am Bharti and I’m from a small town in Madhya pradesh. I belong to middle class family but I think being rich or poor doesn’t matter. What matters is how confident one is, how hard one is willing to work and that success never comes without struggle.… Read further
This Global Women’s Day, Rang De is going Local!
We’re celebrating this Women’s Day with ‘Sisters in Arms’, a special women-centric initiative that salutes our nation’s women. Women who have overcome all odds including poverty to carve out a niche for themselves; everyday women who truly are heroes in their own right, and who make us all proud to be women.
Rang De has supported over 27,000 such unsung heroes with affordable micro-credit so far and we know it won’t be possible without you. So, if like us, you believe that your sisters deserve better, join us to support them.… Read further
- Smita Ram, Rang De co-founder and Managing Trustee
Rang De’s Smita and Sowmya recently returned from a field visit to Mysore where they interacted with Rang De beneficiaries along with the members of our field partner SVYM. Here’s a detailed account of their exciting experience!
“Yet another Field Trip!” No, it never really feels that way. Every village in India has so much uniqueness to offer that one can’t but look forward to a Rang De Field Trip. So here I was with Sowmya – one of my best buddies , my co-social worker from college and now Rang De’s Chief Impact Officer – all set for the trip to Mysore.… Read further