The condition of women in their families and communities in India is vulnerable due to discriminations and exploitations they have to face in their day to day life. As their financial contributions to the families are general very low, so they do not get the rights to participate in decision making process. Self dependency can play a major roll in women empowerment. For ensuring their participation in decision making process and their economic empowerment, in January 2012 the organization initiated sewing schools in 15 districts of project area in Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh with support of Sera Foundation Delhi. In 2013 the program was expanded in another 7 districts. At present we are working in 22 district of Madhya Pradesh & Chhattisgarh with direct support of Usha international Limited, Delhi.

» Program Objectives

  • To develop sewing skills among rural & tribal women and girls of remote areas.
  • To develop their understanding about women and child related issues with health, discrimination, exploitation etc.
  • To establish linkages for livelihood of women.