The majority of the food in the world is produced by micro farmers in developing countries such as India. Ironically enough the steward of our food is struggling to feed his family. Over half of the India's 1.1 billion people are micro farmers living in rural areas. The majority of rural population in India is sustaining life at very low cost. People do not have access to proper sanitary conditions, safe drinking water and sufficient food. Only very few of these people have access to education and healthcare systems.
eKutir is a social enterprise that envisage a world of equal opportunities for development for the people at the bottom of the economical pyramid. eKutir uses information and communication technologies (ICT) to gather and deliver knowledge to the farmers' communities. A network of local entrepreneur-driven minds is employed to spread the knowledge and thus enable the growth in the rural communities.
Learn more about the eKutir social business model at: http://ekutirsb.com