Based out of Ratnagiri and Raigad districts, large scale women entrepreneurs and SHG (Self help groups) women members depend on clay and pottery work to sustain their livelihood. Access to capacity building and working capital support is required to expand the business.
Mahila Arthik Vikas Maha Madal (MAVIM) Project, in a collaborative effort with Tisser India, conducted skill development training programs in tailoring in the community stitching center in Nagpur, Maharashtra. It also developed market linkage opportunities for products produced by women artisans
Grassroot Rural Artisan Movement aimed at bringing the unutilized rural hands into the organized labour force of livelihood opportunities. This project was undertaken by Maharashtra State Innovation Society (MSIS) where Tisser India acted as a facilitation body for market linkages, capacity building, and production