Economic and social progress over the last century has been accompanied by environmental degradation that is endangering the very systems on which our future development — indeed, our very survival — depends.
Mis-consumption and food wastage by few developed and developing countries is pushing many underdeveloped countries towards cursing edge called "food scarcity". Flipping lives towards hunger deaths and also provoking for increase in the crime rate and eating his own species.
How food wastage and disposal shows its impact on this world? What is really necessary to reduce or cutoff this mince? What is the role of developing and developed countries and their initiatives to help the other underdeveloped countries to get out of this pathetic and heart throbbing situations?
Marasmus, kwashiorkor, rickets,night blindness,...etc. I guess you all have heard these fancywords related to carbohydrate, protein and various vitamins and mineral deficiencies respectively but this is only one side of the coin. On the other side it is really pathetic scenario nothing but starvation simply called " HUNGER "......"A little story on Food wastage by Dr.Ch.Sravanthy Sambasiva rao.
Listen the Podcast here......
At Nutreat we support UN-SDG-12
1. RESPONSIBLE PROCUREMENT
We always procure our raw ingredients only in minimal quantities and only from direct farmers. So that there is no wastage due to spoilage of the ingredients.
2. RESPONSIBLE PRODUCTION
Nutreat ensures responsible production through "Pre-order" processing concept. We don't store a single tin or pack for future use. Any quantities left over will be sent as "freebie" on the same day.
3. GUIDING CUSTOMERS
We educate and encourage our customers to place minimum quantities that ensure freshness as well as no wastage of food. Also we guide them how can they recycle the packaging.
Is your team ready to face another crisis?
If the last 1.5 year has taught us anything it’s that it pays to be prepared for a crisis.
This applies to your team too, and if you're managing a distributed team — one where employees are working from multiple cities, states, or even countries — it's possible that a disruption, such as a natural disaster, will impact some of your employees. Here are some tips to make sure your team is able to withstand turmoil and recover quickly:
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Stop getting in the way of your own creativity!
When you’re trying to innovate, emotions like fear, doubt, regret, and frustration can get in your way. Yet, they’re normal to feel. So how do you manage these feelings so they don’t stand in your way of being creative? Here are some common emotional hurdles — and what to do about them.
Woman's health through a lost recipe- Genfo
Woman's health was given highest priority all over the world. Deep into any culture, women especially during pregnancy & after delivery had been nourished with wonderful recipes that ensures her health there after. In recent recent research for lactating woman's recipes from different countries we found this amazing "Ethiopian Recipe"- Genfo
Genfo- a porridge made with barley or husked wheat is given to pregnant & lactating women for stronger back and improving the breast milk quality as well as quantity.
"Genfo is usually made with slow roasted barley or wheat, butter and jaggery and made into a thick creamy porridge in a clay pot stirred with a wooden spoon."
This ensures hydration, also acts as diuretic making it so good for weight loss and diabetic.
But over times, this 150 year old amazing recipe was overlooked and completely vanished even in the culture of Ethiopia. But we guess it's time to reconstruct it and nourish ourselves with the goodness of barley.
At Nutreat, we believe that our tradition & culture are the strong roots for our country's unique & anchored health. With the same belief we have 3000+ happy customers who agreed & joined our journey of "having handcrafted foods made traditionally”
We want to set one's heart to feel & choose "Nutreat" as one & only one brand which offers best premixes traditionally handcrafted and It's our burning desire that the world makes "Nutreatlife" as their first choice of approach for "Customizing premixes for their unique requirements". More than 150 rural women are daily handcrafting these exotic recipes for all age groups right from 6th month baby to 80 year old. We do take the pride of procuring our raw ingredients for crafting these foods direct from the natural farmers of India but not from brokers or dealers.
Nutreat is collaborating with rural women of Assam and local small farmers here for handcrafting Nu’Tea” aiming the true flavor with 100% real tea. This project will come live from October 18th 2022 in association with 20 rural women and 3 farmers from the Sibsagar, Assam.
You can experience the crafted foods at www.nutreatlife.com or whatsapp 9848604589
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Let us make learning a part of our daily practice!
No matter what industry you’re in or how long you’ve been in it, the ability to learn is an essential skill.
It’s a regular practice of trying out new things and seeing the world in new ways.
Here are some simple steps to achieve it.
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Do you hate networking?
Do you feel awkward making small talk when meeting new people?
Do you hate the feeling of walking into a large conference hall and seeing a sea of strangers?
Networking doesn’t have to be scary or hard. Here's how to navigate these uncomfortable waters. And here is a tip for you.
Want to extend an invite to the WoW community for the Global Social Business Summit 2021 organized by Yunus Center and Grameen Creative Lab
The YSB team is hosting the India forum this year on 9 November, 3 - 6:30 PM. Catch us for an exciting afternoon session filled with enthralling talks by leading practitioners and experts from the Indian Social Business ecosystem.
This year we decode the social business movement through the lenses of academic pedagogy, youth entrepreneurship, dynamic acceleration & incubation, innovative & blended finance and support mechanisms.
We invite students, aspiring social entrepreneurs, impact investing practitioners and enthusiasts and social impact workers to come and join the conversation!
Sharing details for Event 1 below!
Register here for the India forum: https://socialbusinesspedia.com/events/GSBS2021/pages/country-forum
Register for the GSBS 2021 main event: https://events.hubilo.com/global-social-business-summit/register
This is what Nilanjana Das, founder, and CEO of Action Center for Transformation has to say about partnering with Women on Wings: “We have had regular interactions with experts from Women on Wings, on sales & marketing, social media and product development which was extremely insightful. The product development with the paper maché with the support of international designer Marie-Gon was a great experience for our paper artisans. I also love their Summits where I can meet and discuss with other social entrepreneurs who also generate employment for rural women. There is no competition, it’s all about bringing together like-minded and sharing experiences.”
3 days to go!
Yunus Social Business is the knowledge and impact partner for JU Incubator's accelerator program. A splendid opportunity to learn and grow with a great team of mentors.
We invite all social entrepreneurs to apply for this program:
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International Day of Rural Women
The United Nations International Day of Rural Women celebrates and honors women and girls living in rural areas on 15 October each year. It recognizes the huge role that rural mothers, daughters, and grandmothers play in producing food, and building agricultural and rural development worldwide.
Women on Wings is on a mission to create livelihood opportunities for women in rural India. Together with its business partners, Women on Wings aims to create one million jobs for women in rural India. A job means an income, economic autonomy, and an escape from the cycle of poverty. Research shows that women spend their income on their families. Children can go to school, which increases their chances of a better future.
Watch this video to know the impact Women on Wings is creating in the lives of rural India:
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Being engaged, motivated during uncertain times is a tough task. We bring you these 3 strategies to stay motivated and sail through uncertainty.
- Set expectations with realistic optimism
- Adopt bigger-picture thinking
- Embrace candor
Festival season is round the corner and we must all be planning to get ready with the festive mood of shopping , decorating and gifting.
Action Center for Transformation ( ACT) , non-profit social development organization , under the brand ‘Paper Wings’ is back again with the Diwali festival handmade products from the paper crafters. There are several paper products made by the women clusters who creates sustainable products of art and creativity. The products range from table decor, home décor, jewellery & accessories etc.
Diwali Festival Products are Eco candles, String light with bells, Door strings, Wind chyme, Coasters, Planters, Baskets etc.These products are colorful, eco-friendly, sustainable and will suit your home this festival season.
I hope community members will show support by spreading the word and sharing the catalogue with the right platforms.
**We are accepting bulk orders too.5.01 MB8 likes