Indians are inherently entrepreneurial, yet mostly people in rural India find it difficult to set up and run enterprises with ease. Constraints like access to technical knowledge, finance, market, and poor entrepreneurship capacities inhibit enterprise development. Initiatives that focus on continuous innovation, action, and learning to promote entrepreneurship at scale can unleash latent energies among communities and build positive ecosystems where micro entrepreneurs continue to thrive on a sustained basis.

Country Strategy for Green Inclusive Micro-Enterprises Financing: India

Under the Work4Progress programme, Development Alternatives along with its network partners are promoting green and inclusive entrepreneurship across the country. This document highlights the impact and shifts created in the entrepreneurial ecosystems as a direct result of the social innovation approach, methodology, tools, and prototypes as part of the programme.

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#JobsWeMake - A new approach to entrepreneurship

Under the Work4Progress programme, Development Alternatives along with its network partners are promoting green and inclusive entrepreneurship across the country. This document highlights the impact and shifts created in the entrepreneurial ecosystems as a direct result of the social innovation approach, methodology, tools, and prototypes as part of the programme.

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