60 poor youth under this project are unable to continue their further studies. Learning sewing will give them a sewing business and bright future. During this training, beneficiaries will learn and develop skills in making shirts, trousers, skirts, school uniforms, south Indian traditional wear such as: blouses, petticoats, trousers and shirts.This project is going to be conducted in Thiruvannamalai district CHHASE training center.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
This project will help 60 youth to learn sewing. This training will give confidence to youth to start sewing business at their homes. This business will enable the youth to overcome the poverty, an income and with this income, they can continue their studies without depending on their poor parents.
How will this project solve this problem?
Sewing training to 60 youth will provide opportunity to start sewing business at their homes, can give them a daily income and makes them able to study from home, capable to pay school fee for their brothers, sisters, look after their aged parents and a small savings for their future. Sewing training to the under privileged youth, below poverty will give a real meaningful life, save them and give them secured life and it will provide a chance to study on distance mode.
Potential Long Term Impact
CHHAASE aims to improve economic status of women and their families through business skills and eucation. The secret of training is to empower, restore and regenerate women and improve their status. Last two years, we provided training to 600+ women
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.
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