Category: Enriche

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Achuki Devi- The Life Saving Midwife
By Monalisa Padhee As the searing midday sun beats down on the scorched Rajasthani desert, local women are starting to arrive at Dhani Purohitan village – 30km from bustling Ajmer – for their routine ante-natal...
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Enriche Bazaar, a moment of meaningful exchange
As a part of the Enriche Micro Enterprise Development workshop, the International and Indian solar trainees in Tilonia, Rajasthan showcased their handmade products and marketed these to the local customers. It took 45 days to...
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Amritchuran – from idea to execution
Ideas. Nobody has a patent on them. What matters at the end of the day is execution and one can always leave behind his/her imprints through their work. This line of thought helped Bidyapathi Ray,...
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Solar Mamas Host Bazaar To Build Enterprise Skills
  On the 4th of January, we organized the first ‘Enriche Bazaar’ where Solar Mamas from 8 countries and 3 Indian states set up stalls to take part in an ‘Exhibition cum Sale’ event. The objective was...
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International Day of Rural Women
Norma from the village of Cachimbo in Oaxaca, Mexico finishes the installation of a home solar lighting system for her neighbor. On the 15th of October the world celebrated Rural Women, the majority of whom...
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The Launch of our Pacific Women’s Barefoot Solar Initiative
  Suva, Fiji, August 16 2016— The Government of India and Barefoot College International commenced a historic Pacific Regional Initiative to address climate change, disaster mitigation, gender inequality, children’s education outcomes, women’s health outcomes and the development of...
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Enriche: a new kind of viral learning
Lucie Argelies first came to Tilonia during a train journey through India designed to train and inspire a generation of social entrepreneurs. The native of France felt in some ways that she was coming home...
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Sanitary Pads on a Train: Barefoot College & Aakar Innovations
It is the fourth hour on our train from Kishengar to New Delhi and my contact lenses are drying up, the moon makes an appearance at 4pm in the desert and I am grateful that...