Do you believe that the biggest challenge in reaching the last mile in rural India is the lack of skilled, experienced manpower? Well, worry not! I’ll help you to tap a massive pool of expertise, ready and waiting for you in every nook and corner of the country.
Healthy Kids = Healthy Nation = Healthy Customer base for Tomorrow. How many of you agree with this equation? Surely you will agree that healthy kids make a healthy nation, a healthy nation makes a healthy market and a healthy market makes an economically empowered society.
Which is why after one of my previous videos on ASHA workers who take care of the mothers, today we are going to discuss about Anganwadi centres in rural India. Yes, Anganwadis are our rural spaces where the kids’ future is built.
The former United Nations’ Secretary General Kofi Annan had famously said,“There is no tool for development more effective than the empowerment of women”. This path-breaking inclusive philosophy plays an important role in the socio-economic development of the countries in the world.
Who can deny the fact that the woman of the house is the fountain head of the family? And that her health and well-being is vital for the family’s overall prosperity? Friends, last week as part of Rural Influencers series, you went though its first episode on Role of Women in Rural Marketing. Going ahead, today, I am going to tell you about India’s pink brigade, a powerful change-agent that is touching the lives of each and every woman in the 643,000 odd villages across India.
How many of you know that “the hand that rocks the cradle rules the world?” Hi, welcome back, I am Ajay Adlakha, editor-in-chief of Rural Marketing business portal, the pioneer in bringing rural insights to marketers. Here, I am brining a new blog help businessmen and organisations to scale their businesses in rural India, by simplifying rural marketing.