At the heart of every human experience is the desire to survive and prosper. To live without fear, hunger or suffering. To imagine how your life could be better and then have the means to change it. Yet, every day, 1.4 billion people – nearly one fifth of the world’s inhabitants – cannot fulfill their most basic needs, let alone attain their dreams or desires.
Our initiatives is Creating an institutional architecture through NRRM Society for fight against poverty, Enabling and empowering for the poor to access better livelihoods and improve their standards of living would be one of the key objectives of NRR Mission in India. NRRMS aims to improve rural livelihood options and work towards social and economical empowerment of rural poors and women.
These are the subsistence farmers and herders, the fishers and migrant workers, the artisans and indigenous peoples whose daily struggles seldom capture world attention.NRRM Society is working to reach out all the poor families in India, link them to sustainable livelihoods opportunities and nurture them till they come out of poverty and enjoy a decent quality of life. Towards this, NRRM Society puts in place a dedicated and sensitive support structures at various levels.
These structures intervene with the community through the following themes of Programmes: institution and capacity building, social development, micro-finance and livelihoods. Empowering rural people is an essential first step to eradicating poverty. It respects the willingness and capability that each of us has to take charge of our own life and to seek out opportunities to make it better. NRRM Society is working towards enabling poors to smile with dream…
1. ‘Vulnerability reduction’ and ‘livelihoods enhancement’ through deepening/enhancing and expanding existing livelihoods options and tapping new opportunities within the key livelihoods that are virtually universally practiced like agriculture, livestock, fisheries, forest produce collection;
2. ‘Skilled wage employment‘ – building skills for the job market outside;
3. ‘Enterprises‘ – nurturing self-employed and entrepreneurs (for micro-enterprises).
i.e. Self Employment
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