Posts from Tag: Microcredit

Helping Bridge The Inequality Gap Through Micro-Loans In Orissa

Posted By Rang De Team in Livelihoods

Rang De has been associated with the people of Orissa since 2010. Sulochana Paride is one of many Oriya women who have benefited from this association. In 2014/15, Orissa’s Gross Domestic Product grew at 8.78% while the average per capita annual income was Rs 54,241 in the previous year (Press Information Bureau). A state in […]

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Bringing back organic farming in Anantapur

Posted By Rang De Team in Agriculture

Dharani is a collective of organic farmers and their products are sold in Bangalore and Hyderabad Should we wait for a drought to conserve water? Should we wait for erosion to conserve the soil? Should we wait for a crop failure to adopt organic farming? Should we wait for the total depletion of resources to […]

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When Music Fans Unite For A Cause, Kids From Shelter Home Benefited

Posted By Rang De Team in Updates

Raghu Dixit is one of our brand ambassadors. He constantly seeks to support us in our efforts to raise funds for individuals from under-served communities across India Vidhya Rao is just your average indie music lover. Now, she could get to feature in a music video or get a home-cooked lunch by her favourite singer-songwriter Raghu […]

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In Numbers — Andhra Pradesh — A Look at How Microloans Transformed the Lives of Farmers

Posted By Rang De Team in Agriculture

A lot of hard work and investment goes into Farming. Contrasting with its share of greenery, Andhra Pradesh also has drought-stricken areas in Kurnool, Anantapur, Srikakulam, Prakasam, and Nellore. We have disbursed over 930+ loans and worked with three microventures (organisations focused on rural development) in this state. Out of the 74 professions we have disbursed […]

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