By building 100 rural BPL women capacity through training and non-formal education and improving their opportunities to access and to eradicate the root causes of poverty in local communities so as to enable them attain self reliance and sustainability by setting up viable / profitable micro business to generate income for their families.
1.Inadequate funds to enable us train more needy women groups in: entrepreneurial/Business management skills, record / book keeping skills, savings culture, making business plans, group management & group dynamics and functional & Adult Literacy skills.
2. Inadequate funds to acquire enough training materials and equipment: stationery for training, hire of training venues, refreshments for participants and production of workbooks for each beneficiary during the training.
Hence economically and socially empowering them and building their capacity to provide for their families.
It is largely believed that one of the impacts of the grant support will be to increase self-respect and esteem among the local women and hence liberating them economically, physically, and socially.
- Empowering beneficiaries economically towards self-sufficiency to enable beneficiaries generate enough income for their households.
- Social emancipation of rural women (they will learn leadership skills and group organisation and management) to enable them participates fully in the social and economic life of this country.
I grew up in a community where women had minimal access to the most basic forms of education and capacity building. Through this project, we're turning these same women into entrepreneurs. - Venkateswarlu, Beneficiary
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