UDYOGINI

New Delhi, Delhi, 110017 India

Mission Statement

Udyogini is a non-profit organization established in 1992 by the World Bank Institute to provide capacity building support to NGOs in Odisha, Bihar and Rajasthan in promoting women entrepreneurship. Till date (Since 1992) Udyogini has built knowledge & skills of teams of about 200+ Non-profits to help more than 2,00,000 rural women in various parts of India to engage in micro-enterprises. Currently, Udyogini is working in 5 low income states viz. Jharkhand, M.P, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Chhatisgarh to impart customized quality business services to enable 30000 rural women to build knowledge, skills and attitude to engage in farm, forest, livestock and non-farm based products to earn and grow as well as to take on the differential roles the market expects and to manage the competition that the market engenders. In last ten years, Udyogini has helped 50000 women producers to double their income and successfully self employed around 1000 educated youth. Annual budget of Udyogini is about INR 5.5 Crore.

About This Cause

Udyogini is working in 5 low income states viz. Jharkhand, M.P, Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Chhatisgarh to impart customized quality business services to enable 30000 rural women to build knowledge, skills and attitude to engage in farm, forest, livestock and non-farm based products to earn and grow as well as to take on the differential roles the market expects and to manage the competition that the market engenders. In last ten years, Udyogini has helped 50000 women producers to double their income and successfully self employed around 1000 educated youth. Annual budget of Udyogini is about INR 5.5 Crore. Major donors are European Union, MISEREOR, ICCO, NABARD, Intel, PACS, Plan India, World Bank, ACC and Oracle.

Udyogini is a business development service provider which works by gaining domain knowledge of enterprise, entrepreneurship and markets through a variety of players including big and small companies, informal traders, and government representatives. While studying and experimenting on the ground in different ways, states, cultures, economic subsectors, and services, we have been able to refine our approach for women's enterprise promotion. If women remain linked only to their traditional local markets, Udyogini feels they would miss out on opportunities to learn in and benefit from a substantially market-driven world, thus poor women may become further disadvantaged if they remain disconnected from these trends.

UDYOGINI
B-23, First Floor, Shivalik, Malaviya Nagar
New Delhi, Delhi 110017
India
Phone 9310034043
Unique Identifier AAATU0093M