The dream of Parvathy:
To rehabilitate local indigenous traditions into healthcare practices in rural and urban areas of India and contributing to the financial and social development of women and Base-Of-Pyramid communities in the Bioregion
Offering herbal medicines to rural markets in South India. The social enterprise is co-owned by women groups who take care of collection, processing and marketing.
- Employment of 15 women entrepreneurs
- Production, sales and capacity-building trainings (1 session per month) for its beneficiaries
- Indirect beneficiaries : 55 cultivators and individual marketers for Amirtha Herbal Unit
UnLtd Tamil Nadu’s support:
Networking, coaching and training on hard business skills, mentoring
Amirtha is supported by SEDAB and Pitchandikulam Forest, Auroville.