Mahila e-Haat : 2016

Schemes WCD

Ministry : Ministry of  Women and Child Development

Aim: It aims to provide a marketing forum by using technology to highlight goods produced / manufactured / sold by women entrepreneurs / SHGs/ NGOs as well as showcasing services that represent their innovative potential.

Features:

  • It is an effort designed to address women’s desires and needs.
  • It’s an online women’s networking forum where members can highlight their goods.
  • As part of ‘Smart India’ and ‘Stand Up India’ campaigns, it’s an opportunity for women around the world.
  • The forum was founded under Rashtriya Mahila Kosh (RMK), by the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India.
  • It encourages mutual communication between the buyers and the vendors.
  • Females need to be heavily interested in the supply chain, so they need to be 18 years old to demonstrate their products / services.
  • Being web oriented, it has infinite scope and it is also very convenient to access Mahila e-haat, i.e. via the site itself as the whole e-haat business can be done from a cell phone.

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