75 Women honoured in the 75th year of India’s Independence

Payal Nath of Kolkata honoured in the Fifth Edition of Women Transforming India Awards by the NITI Aayog.

75 Women honoured in the 75th year of India’s Independence

Payal Nath of Kolkata, co-founder of Kadam Haat is among the 75 women honoured as Women Transforming India by the NITI Aayog.

Women have consistently been playing a key role in transforming India into a ‘Sashakt Aur Samarth Bharat’. In recognition of the remarkable achievements of these women across diverse sectors NITI Aayog has instituted Women Transforming India Awards.

This year, as part of the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav to celebrate 75 years of India’s independence, the WTI Awards were conferred on 75 women achievers.

Payal Nath co-founded Kadam Haat & Kadam Foundation, an upskilling initiative for rural artisans. Kadam Haat is a handicrafts store for both. The two organizations work in tandem to skill, create opportunities for, and provide sustainable livelihoods to marginalized communities in rural India. 

Using Green,100% eco-friendly local materials like grasses and Green technology, Kadam has been training and bringing livelihood opportunities directly to their homes, 85% of them being women. Making the rural enterprises equal stakeholders in this journey, they are today taking ownership and inspiring their peers. 

Kadam Haat weaves a dream where the richness of rural lives is unleashed, every pair of hands has work, technology supports the communities and their environment, and every mind is creatively building Bharat.

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