Du’Anyam provides women economic opportunity. They work with local women’s wicker weaving cooperatives. Du’Anyam markets these woven products to high-end hotels. The funds allow women to care for themselves during pregnancy with healthier foods and savings programs. As a graduate student at Harvard University’s School of Public Health, Azalea Ayuningtyas traveled to the slums of Mumbai…
Famous Women Social Entrepreneurs
She has a big "Why." She sees the world as it is, but she also sees a vision of a better world. She puts in the hard work. She creates innovative business models to sustain her efforts.
But the world does not change easily.
She is resilient in the face of setbacks. She is flexible in her approach. Nevertheless, she persisted.