Jaywanti Devidas Bhoye
Jaywanti always dreamed big and her dreams were fulfilled after attending Mann Deshis Business Schools and learnt how to market, customer interaction, and packaging a product.
Sushma started from a food stall to a tiffin service and now after attending the MBA programme finally started a stall that became famous in her home town.
Sangeeta Pawar of Sinnar village in Nashik district, is a skilled artisan who creates intricately designed traditional handwoven paithani saris.
Rohini visiting the Mann Deshi Mahila Sahakari Bank, learned about various agri-workshops that the Foundation offered and now has become self sufficient to manage her business single-handedly.
Mann Deshi Foundation's programmes brought a turning point in Vanita's life and increased her current business allowing her to profint 10,000 on a monthly basis.
A decade ago, when Sunita Khatavkar expressed her desire to join her family’s pottery business, after enrolling for Mann Deshi foundation session she picked up new skills for herself.
Mallika Shikalgar used to be unsure about where her next meal would come from. Learn how now she manages an iron tools sharpening shop earning Rs. 1000/day.
Six years ago, Rupali attended a business workshop by the Mann Deshi Foundation. Today, she has 10 sewing machines only due to her hard work and persistent effort.
Failure and rejection can be your best teacher. This certainly holds true for Vanita Salunkhe. Encountering rejection instilled in her the burning desire to prove herself to the world.
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