Ayekart to help AP tribal women digitize business processes and tap into opportunities

Ayekart, a tech startup that helps farmers and businesses in the agribusiness value chain, has signed an agreement with Chinnayya Adivasi Vikas Sangham (CAVS) in Andra Pradesh to improve tribal incomes.

Established by Padala Bhudevi, who received the ‘Nari Shakti Puraskar’ from President Ram Nath Kovind two years ago, CAVS works with tribes in the northern coastal region of Andhra Pradesh. The association has helped many tribal women to become entrepreneurs.

The two entities will work on initiatives promoting nutrition, improving agricultural practices and consuming millet.

The CAVS will offer support to agricultural producer organizations and micro, small and medium enterprises in scaling up their operations.

“This partnership will provide us with a platform to expand our basket of services, which includes technology, finance, management and links. This will help us leverage the core network, financial solutions and supply chain solutions,” said Debarshi Dutta, co-founder and managing director of Ayekart, on Thursday.

“We also strive to secure funding through different sources such as corporate social responsibility programs, non-governmental organizations and government agencies to help boost the productivity and business of entrepreneurs there,” Dutta said.

Ayekart will create an end-to-end solution by digitizing, managing and providing financing to farming communities.

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August 05, 2022

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