Empowering women farmers


Empowering women farmers

While seeds are sown and harvesting is carried, women farmers work for about 3,300 hours which is almost double that of male farmers who contribute 1,860 hours, as per a report by a leading international group. Women comprise the most of small and marginal farmers. Despite their contribution being high over male counterparts, their access to the market is low. They are either paid less or unpaid as they do not own much land.

Ek Soch Foundation, About us, Who we are
  • Creating Women farmer groups

    Women farmer groups are formed to dedicatedly serve and empower rural women farmers.

  • Inculcating Leadership qualities

    We Inculcate leadership qualities in them and try to boost their confidence.

  • Providing improved access to markets

    Giving them a push to discover ways to have enhanced access to markets.

  • Imparting skills to carry out jaivik kheti

    Imparting them with the necessary knowledge and skills in the arena of jaivik kheti.

The number of lives we have impacted



Women farmers are confidently cultivating paddy using SRI


Active women participants were appointed as village resource persons


Women linked with the National Rural Livelihood Mission


Ek Soch Foundation,
#19A & #19B Sector #125,
Noida – 201-301,
Uttar Pradesh, India

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