Give Job Training to Marginalized Indian Women

 
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Give Job Training to Marginalized Indian Women

Give Job Training to Marginalized Indian Women
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Sowing, Weeding, Crafting - We Can Do All

Sowing, Weeding, Crafting - We Can Do All
Skills in zari-zardozi and direct access to the market can pave the way for economic and social development for the entire community. (view small | med | large | orig)

Increasing Market Accessibility for Products

Increasing Market Accessibility for Products
With vocational training, women in the village of Holtikotti are able to gain economic self-sufficiency. (view small | med | large | orig)

Rural Agricultural Women Turning Artisans

Rural Agricultural Women Turning Artisans
At least four successive training courses in the embroidery arts zari-zardozi would ensure that 80 women undergo training. Within a two-year period there would be enough skilled women to start a zari zardozi production and marketing center. (view small | med | large | orig)

Tailored to Meet Income Needs of Poor Women in sou

Tailored to Meet Income Needs of Poor Women in sou
Tailoring and embroidery bring in modest but regular income at the end of a six month course and are ideally suited for women with seasonal income in Andhra Pradesh. (view small | med | large | orig)

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Organization

Nirnaya

Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
http://www.nirnaya.org

Project Leader

Nisha Khan

Director - Resource Mobilization
Secunderbad, India

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