Gram Value Chain Platform Model

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Converting Artisans Groups into Handicrafts Value Chain Owners
Grassroot Rural Artisan Movement aimed at bringing the unutilized rural hands into the organized labor force of livelihood opportunities. This project was undertaken by the Maharashtra State Innovation Society (MSIS) where Tisser India acted as a facilitation body for market linkages, capacity building, and production.
During the course of the program, we mobilized the rural poor and vulnerable into self-managed federated institutions and support them for livelihood collectives. As a result of our joint efforts, we mobilized 252 women and trained 5 sessions cluster with women making an earning from 3k to 10k on an average, per month.


One of the biggest highlights of this project was the tech intervention with ‘Know your Product, Know your artisan’, where a QR core brings the product to life. With different art forms like Terracotta, Warli, Tussar, and silk in clusters of Raigad, Ratnagiri, Palghar, and Bhandara we not only trained women but gave them market exposure.

Goal: Connect creator and consumer seamlessly, globally through an IT-based value chain, to generate livelihood in a sustainable manner. 
Activities :

Tisser aims to strengthen the handicraft and handloom value chain through ICT innovations by implementing various strategies and initiatives.

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Tisser aims to bring value chain stakeholders together on a single platform by implementing a combination of online and offline interventions.

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Tisser aims to empower decentralized production through the implementation of an efficient and effective supply chain.

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Tisser recognizes the transformative power of clustering and aims to harness it for profitable growth through an end-to-end supply chain approach.

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