We Mill is a social business initiative led by a group of 14 ﬁrst-generation rural women social entrepreneurs from Bilikere Village, Mysore. The Ragi and millet based products made by the rural mothers of India are made with the “Health First, Business Next“ motto. They have a wide range of preservatives free products on offer like Ragi Mudde Mix, Ragi Malt, Shishu Poshan( millet based healthy baby food) and more.
The project has been crafted and implemented by Grassroots Research and Advocacy Movement (GRAAM) with an aim to develop a ‘rural wealth creation model’ in the pursuit of Atmanirbhar Bharat and strengthening the Rural Economy. GRAAM (Grassroots Research And Advocacy Movement) is a public policy research and advocacy initiative in India. GRAAM’s extensive expertise spans over policy research, Impact Assessment and Evaluation, Community Consultation, Policy Engagement, Strategic Consultation and Academic Programs. GRAAM works in collaboration with all the four key stakeholders of development i.e. Government, Citizenry, Civil Society Organizations and Corporate.
GRAAM believes that the key stakeholders of development – the community, the State, the NGO/CSO and the private sector is essential in the process of development. GRAAM aims to ensure the ‘voices’ of the communities at the grassroots are significantly accounted for in the process of development. We provide evidence-based and actionable policy/program inputs incorporating grassroots perspectives, aiming towards a citizen-centric public policy. GRAAM strives to impact development through building human and social capital.