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New Delhi, India: FICCI FLO, the women’s wing of the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI), reaffirmed its commitment to empowering livelihoods nationwide by extending its memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Mitti Social Initiative Foundation (MSIF).
This collaborative effort aims to bolster the chain of ‘Mitti Cafés’, renowned for being inspiringly managed by specially-abled staff. Building upon their successful partnership in key locations such as Delhi’s Supreme Court, Mumbai’s Terminal 2, and Amritsar, FICCI FLO and MSIF are poised to expand their impact across India.
The objective of this renewed collaboration is to create more opportunities for individuals with special needs and foster inclusivity in society. By supporting initiatives like Mitti Cafés, FICCI FLO aims to champion the cause of empowerment and provide a platform for those with unique abilities to thrive in the workforce.
Joyshree Das Verma, National President of FICCI FLO, emphasized the organization’s dedication to fostering inclusive growth. She remarked, “Empowering individuals with special needs is not just a social responsibility; it is necessary for a truly inclusive society. Through our partnership with the Mitti Social Initiative Foundation, FICCI FLO is proud to support initiatives that create meaningful livelihoods and promote diversity in the workforce. Together, we are developing the narrative of inclusivity and pushing the boundaries of possibility.”
Alina Alam, Founder and CEO of Mitti Café, expressed her enthusiasm for the continued partnership, stating, “At Mitti Café, we believe in the power of inclusion and the potential of every individual. Our collaboration with FICCI FLO has been instrumental in driving positive change and opening doors of opportunity for those often marginalized in society. Together, we are not just serving meals, but also serving a greater purpose of empowerment.”
The success stories emerging from Mitti Cafés serve as a testament to the transformative power of inclusive employment. By providing a supportive environment and opportunities for skill development, these Cafés have become beacons of hope for individuals with special abilities, proving that with the right support and resources, anyone can achieve their full potential.




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