Oracle Smart Community Interface for Farmers and Migrant Workers
The strengthened ‘Oracle Smart Community Interface - Information and Connectivity Services to Farmers and Migrant Workers in Tribal Areas of Odisha’ will support farmers with agronomic and market information, migrant workers with connectivity and financial services, teachers and students with digital literacy programmes, skills and career courses; families and ICDS staff with health, hygiene and nutrition education.
This project aims to develop a community owned and managed model of resource management that uses information and communication technologies to improve the quality of life in communities having limited physical access and connectivity.
500 farmers and migrant workers, 11 villages
Ganjam, Gajapati, and Kalahandi in Odisha
April 2019 to March 2020
₹ 48.09 lakh
Oracle Giving through Charities Aid Foundation, India
- Providing price and agronomic information to farmers
- Educating mothers, adolescents and ICDS staff on health, hygiene and nutrition
- Establishing connectivity and financial solutions for migrant workers’ families
- Counselling school going children on career courses and skills
- Strengthening Oracle Virtual Classrooms towards achieving digital literacy for residential school students from tribal communities