Kashmir Fellowship

The purpose of the Kashmir Fellowship is to bring together experts from retail, agri-business, communications, manufacturing, branding and banking to a five-day event to create a breakthrough strategy for both the dairy and horticulture sectors. The majority of Kashmiris are impacted by both of these sectors – and it is believed by raising prosperity through these two sectors can create stronger foundations for peace. 
The Bridge Institute, a not-for-profit organisation, is the key designer and facilitator of the Kashmir Fellowship. Its mission is to bring extraordinary people together to solve some of the world’s big problems – including peace building, reducing inequality, water security and a more sustainable planet.

Organisation Representative

On-going/Past projects

Kashmir Fellowship 2017

By Bridge Institute and Kashmir Fellowship

The Kashmir Fellowship programme aims to open Kashmir to the global economy by enhancing critical sectors of Kashmir – the horticulture and dairy sectors – which affect the majority of Kashmiris.

Agriculture, Climate Action and Environment, Education, Employability, Livelihood and Poverty Alleviation