MRIDA RENERGY & DEVELOPMENT
MRIDA GREENS & ORGANICS
‘Mrida’ in Sanskrit means ‘Soil’. And that, in a single word encapsulates what we stand for. We work at the ground level, directed mainly at the Base of the Pyramid (BOP) – our core customers. Our product offerings emanate, literally as well as figuratively, from the soil. “Mrida is all about business models for transforming lives”
As a ‘Village Level Entrepreneur’ (VLE), Bhoop Singh has evolved into what we at Mrida call a ‘Transformer’. A catalyst for change, he supplements classroom learning with software based tuitions in English, Science, Mathematics More..
A farmer by profession, Ram Singh today manages the accounts of the TahTajpur Village Development Committee (VDC). The VDC collects payments from households for services such as solar lighting; these revenues are in turn allocated More..
An agri-labour by profession, Sukh Lal always had a keen interest in transforming his village, Tahtajpur into a better and sustainable one. He finally grabbed the opportunity by being the caretaker of the Grameen Haat innovative concept More..
The key challenge in India is poor productivity yields across all major crops. Yield is a function of varied inputs such as seed quality, fertilizer usage, irrigation facilities, and mechanization. More..
Ram Harak, a villager from Village Jhajhawa, Kushinagar took this initiative of serving the people in his locality by plying a E-Rickshaw to this point (Kaptanganj). Today he is a proud owner of a E-rickshaw and earns Rs, 8000 monthly to support his family. More..
A once deprived of basic necessities, Village Jhajawa in Kushinagar now blessed with electricity and engaging livelihood alternatives like basket weaving. A noticeable initiative started in this village was the formation of an “E-hub”, an outcome from the collaboration of IL&FS and Mrida. More..
Isarwati, a self-driven woman contributes to the income of her household by making traditional baskets out of dried grass, locally known as ‘Dohri’in Belwa/Jhajawa, Kushinagar.
Weaving as much as 8 dohri baskets a month More..
Rita Devi, a housewife from village Kushinagar, took a step forward by getting engaged in an alternative livelihood intervention of ‘Thonga’ making.
Thongas are a potential alternative to poly bags which are made out of dried and cured leaves. More..