Scrambling up the entrepreneurial ladder in Khandwa, India

Gurpreet Bhatia, Aga Khan Rural Support Programme’s cluster manager at Pandhana, has found that incomes of people maintaining poultry increases by Rs 10,000 every two months.

Mohan Bare, 36, a Bhil adivasi from Ardale village, Pandhana block of Khandwa district of Madhya Pradesh, is setting new goals for landless tribals who wish to soar and seek recognition as entrepreneurs. It is the humble goat, training in goat rearing, hand holding by the Aga Khan Rural Support Programme- India (AKRSP-I) and personal endeavor that has enabled Bare to become the most successful goat breeder in the 28 villages of Pandhana block.

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