A Social Business Envisions to empower rural female enterpreneurs by developing a sustainable ecosystem

Supporting women's ability to succeed and advance economically leads to healthy and productive households, growing businesses, and the well-being of communities and nation

Female Contribution in Agriculture

According to the labor survey, over last One & Halfdecade, the participation of female in Agriculture has increased around 102%, Where male participation has decrease over 2%

According to World Bank Group Three misconceptions about women in agribusiness that holds the growth of women MSMEs

-Women do not play significant roles in agribusiness

-Women are not profitable customer market

-Men do not benefit from gender program

Steps we follow to make a Women


A skilled and well mannered field team observe every steps carefully, beside we maintain some quality social work
to make this effort more effective and to grow social value of beneficiaries

Farmer Selection

Selecting the right Female farmers based on their need and previous experience and capacity to develop over time

Prepare for best outcome

After providing 4-12 cow for each Women, We give Training on Cattle Farming, Farm Management & Financial Management

Integrated Monitoring

Sorbojoya Farmars manage grassfed cattle for 90-120 Days, until we sell it, Team Sorbojoya pay reqular visit to ensure overall quality mantainance

Profit Sharing

Once every life cycle ends, our listed selling team sell the cow and share the return with Sorbojoya through Bank Account

Sorbojoya in 3 years
3 Locations
In Two District
Direct Beneficiary
1 Million+
Indirect Beneficiary
Cattle reared and sold
9000+ Cattle
Raring Capacity/year
20,000+ Cattle
Selling Capacity Every Year

Primary Selling Chain

We have Two primary selling partner for both Offline and Online, While our
partners source cattle from our Central farm, entire processing and distribution taken care by them

Beside, we maintain a corporate selling supply chain for bulk Quantity, where
we work with multiple partners and we consider it as our secondary selling supply chain