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This big UK businessman will help 30,000 women artisans in Indian villages…

Indian rural women’s art will get a huge overseas market (symbolic picture)

London :

Sheth Jeebun, a very successful businessman in the UK, is going to start a project to help 30,000 women artisans in rural areas of India. Sheth Jiban is associated with the business of property and care home services in the UK. This project will be started soon and the underprivileged but skilled women artisans will be helped in this. Artifacts made by the hands of these women artisans will be made available to UK customers. This will not only make her income but she will also become financially self-sufficient.

Sheth Jiban said, “This project is very big and all the villages of India will be connected in it. Traditional products made by Indian women will be sold in a big market in UK and rest of the world. This project will be beneficial for the artists. And that will help them stand on their feet.”

Sheth Jiban is a dedicated healthcare professional with an experience of over 30 years. Starting as a nurse in the late 1980s, she then opened three nursing homes between 1990 and 2005 to serve the elderly. Since 2006, he is the Director of Aster Healthcare and Property Development.

He said, “I have expertise in the healthcare sector but I want to give something back to my community and help those who are not as fortunate. The India project is one of my many international investment plans. I live in Mauritius. I am also working on a real estate project where I am building a housing, hotel and shopping complex.”

Inequality has increased due to Covid 19. Sheth Jiban has also been helping underprivileged children in India, Africa and Pakistan since the 1990s. His company is a corporate sponsor of several companies such as Plan International, Red Cross, Action Aid, In Aid of Care in the UK.

(This news has not been edited by NDTV team. It has been published directly from Syndicate feed.)


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