The Business School provides technical skill training to rural women in Andhra Pradesh, South India. Who is dropped the school in their young age they will learn the technical courses in Business School and they will start their own business and improve their live hood generation.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
Our school aims to improve the long-term economic status of women and their families through new business opportunities enhanced through their skills. Many rural women in Andhra Pradesh, South India are uneducated or dropped from school at their young age. To address this situation, the Business School offers a variety of technical classes. Women enable to start own business. So The Business School creates entrepreneurial opportunities for women.
How will this project solve this problem?
We offer classes running from tailoring, embroidery, soft toys making, and candle making, home management etc...We offer totally 30 courses. Each course aim to make possible to start new business to expand their financial independent life.
Potential Long Term Impact
Our school aims to improve the long-term economic status of women and their families through new business opportunities enhanced through their skills. This is the first Business School in Andhra pradesh, South India. So we expect to learn these courses approximately 6,000 students in 1st year.
This project has been retired and is no longer accepting donations.