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Garuda Aerospace empowers women through pioneering initiatives in drone tech

Company has trained 500 women in drone technology and distributed 446 drones among women Self-Help Groups (SHGs) across 20 states in India.

As the world celebrates International Women’s Day, Garuda Aerospace stands proud to announce its unwavering commitment to empowering women through pioneering initiatives in drone technology. Recognising the transformative potential of women in the field of aviation, Garuda Aerospace has spearheaded groundbreaking programs, training initiatives, and contributions, particularly in initiatives like the Namo Drone Didi Yojana.

Garuda Aerospace is proud to announce that over 500 women have been empowered through its comprehensive training programs in drone technology. These programs have not only equipped women with essential skills but have also fostered an environment where they can thrive in traditionally male-dominated fields.

Through initiatives like the Namo Drone Didi Yojana, Garuda Aerospace has played a pivotal role in promoting gender equality and economic empowerment in rural communities. Garuda Kisan Drones are most advanced with autopilot features making them very easy to learn and use. Over 20 states across India have been positively impacted by the distribution of over 446 drones to women’s Self-Help Groups (SHGs), enabling them to become key players in agricultural innovation and sustainability. Garuda Aerospace has gifted a drone to one deserving drone didi in this initiative. After completing the training, these women can earn upto 50 thousand rupees to 70 thousand rupees per month with their drone skills.

“I stand with the remarkable women who have joined me in navigating the aerospace landscape. Together, we’ve confronted the challenges of a traditionally male-dominated industry, striving to break barriers and pave the way for future generations. As the first woman drone pilot, I’m committed to advocating for diversity and inclusion, ensuring that every woman in our industry has the opportunity to thrive. Our journey towards equality is ongoing, and initiatives like comprehensive training programs and equitable practices are essential steps forward. As we aim for a 50 per cent female workforce by 2025, we celebrate the resilience and achievements of all women in aerospace. Happy Women’s Day!” said Rithika Agnishwar, Co-Founder, Garuda Aerospace.

“Garuda Aerospace believes in the power of women to drive change and innovation in the aviation industry,” said Agnishwar Jayaprakash, Founder and CEO, Garuda Aerospace. “Through our pioneering initiatives in drone technology, we are not merely empowering women; we are also reshaping the landscape of drone technology and agriculture. By providing comprehensive training, resources, and opportunities, we are breaking barriers and creating a future where gender equality and inclusion are the cornerstones of success”

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