On 7th December 2014, Red Rickshaw Revolution reaches Raigarh, Chhatisgarh. The newly set up digital Community Information Centre (dCRIC) in Raigarh was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Mr L.A Patel.
The inauguration ceremony was attended by Mr Ritesh Bhatia from Vodafone foundation, Mr Syed Kazi Deputy Director Digital Empowerment Foundation. There were approximately 350 local guests at the event.
On 2 December 2014, the Red Rickshaw Revolution reaches Mota Asambiya, a remote village in Mandvi district, Gujarat. The newly set up digital Community Information Resource Centre (dCIRC) in Mota Asambiya was inaugurated by Ms. Kamlaben Solanki, Child Development and Protection Officer of Mandavi.
Ms. Solanki and Aayshaben Yusufbhai Chauhan, Sarpanch of Mota Asambiya, were received with a warm and a traditional welcome by senior member of the Vodafone Foundation, Digital Empowerment Foundation, Kutch Mahila Vikas Sangathan, and volunteers.
It’s the second day of the digital journey and the Red Rickshaw Revolution reaches Malakheda village in Alwar, Rajasthan. The first inauguration was in Aurangabad. Vodafone Foundation and Digital Empowerment Foundation will be inaugurating ten dCIRCs in the first phase of the digital journey.
The Chief Guest, Ms. Safia Khan, Zila Pramukh of Alwar District inaugurated the dCIRC. She and the Sarpanch of Malakheda, Sushma Bairwad, were given a warm and traditional welcome by senior members of Digital Empowerment Foundation, dCIRC staff, and volunteers.