Ranchi, Feb 25
Ranchi based organization Butterfly Foundation currently incubating ‘Thoda Sa India’ programme engaging tribal women on skill development activities for employment generation unveiled a one stop Amazon centre for the online shopping customers on Thursday who find it hard to order through cell phone or computer.
To cope up with the human resources here, they have collaborated with Easysell. Inaugurating the centre, Adani Power Jharkhand Limited Corporate Affair Head Amritanshu Prasad applauded the efforts for taking the lead at the heart of the state capital.
Speaking about the centre, Malavika Sharma, founder of Butterfly Project informed that similar centres had been set up at Brambe to cater the rural consumers and will soon be inaugurated. “Two more centres are in the pipeline for urban consumers,” she added.
Notably, Butterfly Foundation was founded a decade back with the mission of promoting rural tribal women in Ranchi and Chaibasa by working on skills like saree designing, ornament making, soap and other organic items from locally available resources.It works on microventures with an investment within Rs 5 lakh. Incubation center focuses on every micro venture’s sustainability and profitable angle. We have been focusing on the market study during the pandemic and noticed that microventures field can have a bright future in this phase.