Minister of Tribal Affairs Arjun Munda yesterday virtually launched India’s largest handicraft and organic products marketplace- Tribes India E-Marketplace. Keeping in line with the vision of the Prime Minister of making India Aatmanirbhar and self-reliant, this  initiative of TRIFED will showcase the produce and handicrafts of tribal enterprises from across the country. 

It will  help them market their products directly. On this occasion, Mr Munda also flagged off several other TRIFED initiatives that are aimed to support the tribal brethren.

These include the inauguration of Tribes India’s 123rd and 124th outlets in Rishikesh and Kolkata,  inclusion of new tribal product ranges from the states of Jharkhand and Chhattisgarh and  partnership of TRIFED and Tribes India with Amazon in their Seller Flex programme. The Minister  also launched Pakur Honey which  is 100 per cent natural honey, gathered by Santhal Tribals from Pakur in  Jharkhand.
Addressing the occasion, Mr Arjun Munda said TRIFED aims to onboard 5 lakh tribal producers for sourcing of various handicraft, handloom, natural food products across the country.

He said the new TRIFED initiatives to showcase tribal produce and handicrafts will connect tribal forest dwellers and artisans with national and international markets and will further enable their economic welfare and also bring them closer towards mainstream development. Minister of State for Tribal Affairs Renuka Singh was also present.

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