This project is aimed at empowering women in urban slum areas of Borabanda by providing free sewing and tailoring skill development training to make them self-sufficiency and self reliant. The project will enable 30 women deprived, poverty stricken working as domestic servants, single parent and widows are being given opportunity to undergo free training in sewing and tailoring. Men do not have job, women are the only bread earner of the family.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
women slum dwellers in Borabanda area are migrated from different district of Andhra Pradesh in search of livelihood and struggling hard to maintain their family. Main occupation of these people are domestic servants as men are without any job, the women are the main source of bread earning member in the family. Identified women will be given training and in turn they earn and live on their own. The entire family will be benefited.Will support the beneficiary to establish small sewing center.
How will this project solve this problem?
To reduce poverty the program will provide skill development training for the women dwellers in sewing and tailoring in this identified area, families will be benefited directly and creating a ray of hope for better source of livelihood, and live a sustainable life with self-sufficiency and self reliance. After completion of the skill training, the project will support to establish one sewing center and in turn they will train other women and get their earnings and also by stitching dresses.
Potential Long Term Impact
The project will empower women for their families well being and for their sustainable living, every batch of 30 women will in turn benefit by this training and will take this as their profession and train other women community and develop their standard of living.
Total Funding Received to Date: $478
Remaining Goal to be Funded: $10,774
Total Funding Goal: $11,252