AMAR DESH E-SHOP (ECommerce)
Website link: www.amardesheshop.com
Amar Desh Eshop is the virtual market for the uprising of rural communities of Bangladesh. Everyday villagers come with their products –anything they produce even if it is just a gourd and catalogue it on the internet at the e-center. A buyer from hundreds of miles away glances through the catalogue and places an order with an electronic card. In less than two days he receives the product which he usually buys at a higher price from city markets. Back in the village, the producer receives a fair price as the money gets electronically transferred through a highly secured e-commerce payment gateway to her bank account upon delivery.
ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE RURAL ECONOMY
In rural societies, women are still not allowed to work outside their homes in most of the cases. But with proper training and guidelines and with an easy access to markets these women could have done much more in contributing to the economic development of their family and welfare of their children as most of them are found to be skilled in needlework or other forms of handiworks. For example within Three months of the pilot implementation of the eMONGLA over 1150 women from nearby villages registered themselves with the e-center, all of them skilled in needlework. For the first time women of those villages are earning through what they thought was only a hobby!
Manufacturer has Individual shop with all their details, so that customers can know whom they are buying from and giving them their fair price. Below is the link
Farmers, who were previously left with no choice but to rely wholeheartedly on middlemen, now can be emancipated from this culture of dependency on the wholesalers and take control of their own business. By registering themselves at the e-centres and cataloguing all their vegetables, they can now sell their produce directly to the buyers. The e-center marketing team can offer them advice on how to best package their products in order to increase their value to the customers.
We have created individual farmers shop with his own details, below the link
Crafts man and weavers:
Sylhet is a major city in north-eastern Bangladesh in the district a place call kamolganj where there is 3000 weavers .
They are being rely on the middleman and never had a fair price but now they can upload their products straightly on the net with their price and customers anywhere in the world can purchase straightly from them.