rural insight by ruralrelations.com
Greater adoption of branded & packaged products in Indian villages & smaller towns is helping rural markets grow at a rapid pace.
A growing preference is seen amongst overburdened consumers for product/services that reduce time & effort, while delivering faster results.
with the help of Non-Resident Villagers (NRV) we have installed 3,820 “Gyan-key libraries” (read+write+speak) in 1,480 working day’s benefiting 10,00,570 (1 Million) rural secondary students.
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http://dbmgfoundation.org/index.php changed Dhule District of Maharashtra. Now the corporates and Non-Resident Villagers (NRV) too along with the Government initiatives can help change the 207 underprivileged districts of rural (tomorrow’s) India.
Increased Investments in infrastructure projects, led by electricity, roads & bridges will lead to greater economic and social opportunities.
Greater consciousness of what needs to be left for the next generation: more literacy and less discrimination.
Villagers look to governments & corporations to play their roles & lead the way in combating worsening effects of climate change.
India’s political system will experience a significant generational shift with more educated and dynamic leaders coming into focus.
While general awareness and value of brands & affordability is on the rise; distinct needs & preferences of geographical and cultural clusters continues to be seen.