Bridging The Gap Between Farmers And Buyers with Bakri Chhap Products
Diwali is a festival of sharing and giving. A period during the year when we tend to feel grateful for what we have and try to bridge the gap between the haves and have nots. The bountiful harvest of the farmlands sustains us all.
70 % of India is under the rural belt. Farmers form the backbone of our growth structure.
“To forget how to dig the earth and to tend the soil is to forget ourselves.” -Mahatma Gandhi
Yet, most farmers are neglected. The government is trying their best, yet, it is difficult to reach every corner.
Bakri Chhap initiative develops sustainable agro-tourism models pan India, that conserve indigenous produce, culture & heritage. They use Bakri Chhap platform to connect urban travellers and consumers within the rural socio-cultural fabric.
There are 3 verticals of Bakri Chhap-
1. Homestays- Themed villages & hide-outs
3. Consulting Rural community- Capacity Building, skill development.
With the help of experts, this initiative has impacted thousands of farmers. The value of Traditional Farm Produce increased three folds.
They work towards reverse migration of marginalized farmers via two channels, namely ‘The Goat Village’ & ‘Bakri Chhap’. While through the former they promoted farm retreats/ home stays and revived abandoned villages by leveraging their tourism potential, through the latter, they provided market linkage to indigenous farm produce naturally grown by the community that we worked with.
They managed to transform an ecosystem altogether and became the only successful reverse-migration model of the state which has one of the highest concentrations of NGOs.
They excel in social engineering & community mobilisation to develop micro entrepreneurial agro tourism models. One Bakri Chhap Theme Village rejuvenates the environmental, agricultural & cultural heritage of 20-30 villages.
They achieved a huge social equity despite being a for-profit organization.
75 times the number of travellers around the Bakri Chhap villages.
200% – Increase in the prices of farmer’s land.
Value of Traditional Farm Produce increased threefold.
Free insurance & vaccination to 6000 goats
More than 300 mule owners, debt free after earning from Tourism.
80% Farmers returned to the Village
27% Increase in female solo travellers
Average Savings of Villagers increased 5 fold
Apart from the above achievements, they are actually supporting each farmer as per need. Each and every grain of the crops are hand-picked by the small land based local farmers. From sowing, reaping, grading to packaging~ each step is performed manually by them and woman of the villages.
All of the products are grown via indigenous seeds through natural & traditional farming practices which includes goodness of Himalayan soil and its nutrition.
Also, they have biodegradable & reusable packaging leading to reduce Carbon Footprint with each item being purchased by the customers.
Above all, the most special thing about Bakri Chhap Products is, they give credits and validation to each and every farmer, through Bakri Chhap packaging, by integrating their image and details with QR code through which customer may ‘Reverse Trace’ the actual producer of their product.
Every Diwali, we think of gifting something classy, pure, sustainable and feel good presents to our loved ones.
Bakri Chhap has introduced something purposeful, pure and full of love, hand-crafted Agri-produce directly by their marginalized farmers from Himalayan region.
So, lets support such initiatives by ordering these gift hampers and products to your close ones and light up the homes of our farmers community’.
Let’s celebrate the festival in the true sense by spreading joy and light up the world of others.
1. Monoflowerraw honey : ❖Eucalyptushoney
4. FAB Porridge
5. Himalayan Turmeric Powder
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Diwali Message from Team NomadLawyer
NomadLawyer Is supporting this noble cause this Diwali. Let us celebrate Diwali without Firecrackers.
Recently, many state governments in India have announced restrictions on the sale and use of fireworks before and on Diwali day. While this may disappoint some of you, there are many harmful effects of bursting crackers that you would be avoiding as a result.