Traditionally, the rural women used thigh reeling technique, passed down the generations to make yarn out of the cocoon. This method had adverse effect on their back and thighs. This job was socially looked down upon and done by backward classes. The rural women depended on middlemen on supply of cocoon and selling of yarn and thus got exploited. The larger share of profits was taken away by these middlemen.
Beyond just making and selling rural-livelihood enabling machines powered by clean energy, Resham Sutra aims to make the impact sustainable by going just beyond machinery.
Resham Sutra is focussed on setting-up of Rural Experience Centres (REC) as a one-stop hub for the beneficiaries to get familiarized with the innovative machines being offered.
Resham Sutra has today expanded its business model to provide end-to end support to the producers including training, access to raw material, setup of rural business and offline and online marketplace to sell their products.
Our user-friendly digital platform facilitates: