Under our "Training for Employability" programme, we have started making "CLOTH BAGS". We have distributed more than 7200 bags so far and trying to bring a rapid increase in manufacturing of bags so that it will be available at every home and people would love to replace them with plastic ones.
We are extending our training programme for upgradation of skills and sustainable employment through a variety of action-oriented projects which helps to employ underprivileged. Our schemes cover traditional as well as modern sector of employment. We help them to upgrade their skills as per their ability, capability and competence. We train them for handicraft, functional English and computer.
We aim to make a significant impact on women by upgrading skills for self and wage employment. We are working with the objective of self-reliance and empowerment of women by enhancing their productivity and enabling them to take up income-generation activities.
We include the marginalised, assetless rural and urban poor. This includes wage labourers, unpaid daily workers, female-headed households, migrant labourers, tribal and other dispossessed groups.