A study on livelihood development of woman micro entrepreneur from Udalguri district of Assam, India-vermicompost producer
Ipsita Ojah, Dr. Pallavi Deka, Himadri Rabha, Bhaskar Baruah, Sarat Sekhar Bora and Dr. Debasish Borah
Vermicompost is basically a brown colored organic product excreted by earthworms as waste. It has adequate amount of both micronutrient and macronutrients depending on sources of composting materials. It has much more plant nutrients compared to conventional compost. Vermicomposting has recently immerged as a good source of creating self-employment. A women farmer, Mrs. Debojani Rabha, adopted vermicomposting as a source of her livelihood and became an efficacious producer of vermicompost and earthworm culture. The study demonstrates Mrs. Rabha’s self-assurance, dedication and willpower in establishing herself as a prosperous rural woman entrepreneur. Mrs. Rabha has been able to successfully run her small business through group support and cooperation from her fellow team members. She is looking forward to help and support the women section of her society by empowering them to be financially independent by vermicomposting.
How to cite this article:
Ipsita Ojah, Dr. Pallavi Deka, Himadri Rabha, Bhaskar Baruah, Sarat Sekhar Bora and Dr. Debasish Borah. A study on livelihood development of woman micro entrepreneur from Udalguri district of Assam, India-vermicompost producer. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(8S): 561-564.