Making everyone a hero: Creating an inclusive India through low-cost micro-credit.
In the article, we take you through a fascinating journey from being a non-profit to India’s first peer-to-peer lending platform committed to social change. We also attempt to explain our Theory of Change and why we take on a whole new avatar. “Earlier our financial condition was such that if you visited our house there […]Read More
Including ‘her’ in our conversations
On the occasion of International Women’s Day, Rang De team member Lydia Thomas writes about the struggles of a domestic worker and why it is important to include ‘her’ in our conversations Imagine your life partner made most of the decisions of the household finances, including what you earn, leaving very little up to you. […]Read More
Empowering the last mile: another step towards financial inclusion
By Empathy Team Globally, financial inclusion is considered a crucial indicator of development and well-being of society. Rang De was born as an initiative that helps this process of financial inclusion and facilitates small loans (micro-credit) for those who do not have access to fair credit. Financial inclusion creates opportunities to access and avail financial […]Read More