Financial Inclusion – You are an important part of the solution!
An immense amount of existing literature suggests that poverty alleviation and reduction in income inequalities have a direct relation to an increase in financial inclusion. Although financial inclusion has been given a huge push in India, it is far from being realized. Financial inclusion can be defined as reaching out to underserved low income communities […]Read More
A PARADIGM SHIFT – Upholding Dignity Of Labour Through Social Investing
As a society, we tend to value certain specific means of livelihood and undermine others. We have a bias towards professions that require intellectual capital, and we downplay other forms of livelihood. The truth is our very survival is dependent on the invisible efforts of millions of people toiling away on farms, in villages, in […]Read More
Completing an ‘unfinished business’: How Rang De’s new platform takes our borrowers one step closer to financial inclusion
In the article, we explain how Rang De attempts to bridge the inequality gap by bringing the underserved under the ambit of formal financial institutions. “We are scared. We are careful with the money we take as loan from the moneylender,” a Rang De borrower. This story is true for many in rural India who […]Read More