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The Pashmina Industry in Ladakh remains a raw material-based industry with the profits being reaped by the processing industry outside the region. Against this background, NABARD - National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, NABFOUNDATION and Looms of Ladakh Women Cooperative took up a remarkable project- 'Strengthening and Broad-basing Pashima and Wool Value Chain, Leh, Ladakh.' The project aims at bringing economic benefits to the women herders and artisans of Ladakh, by providing them with the required capacity building and skill upgradation to process finished products within the region and capture the globalmarket.
Under the project, on 30th May 2022, the foundation stone laying ceremony for the ‘work studio cum training centre’ was organized at Chushul, Leh in the presence of Dr. G R Chintala, Chairman, NABARD, and in association with Looms of Ladakh Women Cooperative.
This 1.19 crore pashmina value chain project supported by OFDD, NABARD and NABFOUNDATION will see construction of the ‘work studio cum training centre’ in association with the legendary Sonam Wangchuk and a dedicated marketing support for taking the products (developed in association with National Institute of Fashion Technology Delhi) to foreign markets. It will be implemented in Leh and Kargil districts with specific focus on Eastern and South-Eastern Ladakh.
It is truly a collaborative project that leverages the power of convergence- a mandate that guides the entirety of NABFOUNDATION's operations. A huge thank you to Chairman, NABARD, OFDD, NABARD, NABARD Regional Office, Jammu and Kashmir, and Looms of Ladakh Women Cooperative for making it possible! This will go down as one of our most special days!
On the occasion of International Women's Day, this small booklet was launched as an ode to all the women beneficiaries covered under NABFOUNDATION's projects. #BreakTheBias.
On the occasion of International Day of the Girl Child, 11 th October 2021, NABFOUNDATION has launched a pan-India video making competition for girls between the age group of 13-18 years.
This brochure provides an insight into ‘why’ and ‘how’ NABFOUNDATION came into being, and highlights its scope and area of work. Additionally, the brochure elaborates on the on-going and up-coming projects of NABFOUNDATION.
NABFOUNDATION’s annual report for the year 2020-21 covers the dynamic work undertaken by NABFOUNDATION throughout the year. It also encapsulates the major happenings in the development sector and some thought-provoking pieces by the leaders in the development space.
In an attempt to ensure consumer awareness, this brochure briefly elaborates upon the backstory of project ‘My Pad | My Right’ (MPMR) and the multiple USPs of the MPMR pads.
This booklet attempts to capture the initiatives undertaken by NABFOUNDATION to promote project ‘My Pad | My Right’ (MPMR) and the experiences of all the districts covered under phase 1 of project. It also elaborates on the collective issues faced and the solutions provided through an effective feedback mechanism.
This report covers the third party evaluation of project ‘My Pad | My Right’ (MPMR) using a sample of 5 districts. It elaborates on the areas of improvement and the milestones achieved under Phase-1 of MPMR.
NABFOUNDATION’s annual report for the year 2019-20 entails the vision and mission behind NABFOUNDATION’s formulation, and elaborates on the conceptualization and implementation of several projects.
This e-Brochure summarizes all discussions from the webinar on 22nd June, 2020, which saw the involvement of top CSR and CSO units in the country