Mitti Ke Rang — About Us.

Mitti Ke Rang is a social venture dedicated to empowering Women, widows and single women to overcome poverty and dependency, through skill-based training that provides employment.

Our eventual goal is to help these women achieve financial stability, self-sufficiency, accountability, and most importantly - to become a role model to their own children, as well as others.

It has been proven that extra income in the hands of women leads to significant and positive changes in human development, as it is largely spent on children’s education, health and nutrition, and is hence a catalyst for gendering growth and progress.

We support capacity building and sustainability, and prioritise social welfare along with a successful business.

The question that arises here is how we as a social venture support these ideals-

The sale of our products helps to cover operating costs, and allows the organisation to remain independent from the obstacles that arise as a non-profit organisation, or any philanthropic venture that relies solely on goodwill and donations.

We work toward sustainability through dual structure that comprises a social mission and a market model.

Funding for women-owned small businesses:

Mitti Ke Rang Women Entrepreneurs Finance support, which accelerate programs that eliminate barriers for small and medium-size women-owned businesses & support nano- and micro-enterprises in poor, rural areas in India & around the globe.

The Mitti Ke Rang helps women entrepreneurs launch new businesses and compete in the marketplace. Connect with the training and funding opportunities specifically for women.

Too many women don't have access to the capital or professional networks necessary for them to succeed. We're finding new ways to knock down these barriers, and the lessons we're learning in one country can benefit women in many others.

We've found that programs combining credit with training, mentoring, and access to networks--building "ecosystems"--have a much better track record helping women start and run businesses. We're finding that traditional managerial training has limited impact on the performance of women-led businesses, while programs focusing on softer skills--like perseverance, innovation, and goal-setting--have more positive results.

As we learn more every day, let's accelerate our efforts to take what works, scale it up, and unleash the full potential of women around the world.

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Below is the link of the video made by, "The Logical Indian" which shall give you a brief about why we started Mitti ke Rang.


A social venture dedicated to empowering widows and single women to overcome poverty and dependency.