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Jul 10, 2018

Progress Report

Neelam
Neelam

Dear Friends,

Greetings from Azad India Foundation!

It is my pleasure to share our latest report via Global Giving on the progress of our project to provide sewing machine to a needy girl for self-reliance in Kishanganj district of Bihar. Thank you for your support and for empowering girls to rise out of poverty.

As a part of the ongoing livelihood support program, Azad India Foundation's chairperson Mrs Sayeeda Banu gave away sewing machines to Rehana from the village Kakramari, Pinky from Miyabasti, Neelam from Inderpur, and Tohfa from the village Odra. They belong to the marginalized communities in Kishanganj.Tohfa says, “This machine will help me earn some money at home. I can contribute to my family’s income.”Neelam plans to support her father with her earning.

The girls are thankful to the donors and Global Giving for helping their families when they require the most.

Azad India Foundation is running two sewing centers at the village Chattargach and Kishanganj where 40 girls are learning basic stitching and tailoring. It is six-month course following which a girl can start earning from her home. As most of the girls belong to marginalized sections of the community they are unable to buy machines. This project helps them to realize their dreams.

Thank you for giving chance to succeed! Your gift is making a big impact in not only their life but given hope others as well.

Do contribute to help us give life of dignity to more disadvantaged girls and please spread the word.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments or id

yuman_azad@yahoo.com

 

Warm Regards,

Pinky
Pinky
Rihana
Rihana
Tohfa
Tohfa
Apr 17, 2018

Village Entrepreneurs of Kishanganj

Asthana
Asthana

Dear Friends, 

Greetings from Azad India Foundation!

It is my pleasure to share our latest report via GlobalGiving on the progress of our project to provide sewing machine to a needy girl for self-reliance in Kishanganj district of Bihar. Thank you for your support and for empowering girls to rise out of poverty.

As part of the ongoing flood victims rehabilitation and livelihood support program, Azad India Foundation had given sewing machines to Asma from the village Shafakatnagar, Hadisa from Rahmatpur, Shabnam from Kajlamani, Astana from Sathbolia and Mehnaz from the village Malbasti whose houses were damaged in the floods just two months back. We revisited these girls in their homes to see the impact on their lives.

We were pleasantly surprised to see that they are working very hard and changes were visible in them. They had become confident and were able to articulate their thoughts clearly. Further discussions with them and their family members reveal that they family incomes have improved considerably post floods.

Astana’s father told us that she is earning Rs 2000 – 2500 per month out of which she is saving almost Rs 1000.Mehnaz also gets work from her village and near by market and is making Rs 100-150 per day. Shabnam from Kajlamani has started earning between Rs 1000-1500 per month. Hadisa is saving Rs 500 per month while taking care of her family.

The machines have turned them entrepreneurs with plans to expand their reach to other villages. Some of them are buying clothes in bulk and offering tailoring services along with the fabric in the villages.They knew their goals and working towards them. 

The girls are thankful to the donors and GlobalGiving for helping their families when they require the most.

Azad India Foundation is running two sewing centers at the village Chattargach and Kishanganj where 40 girls are learning basic stitching and tailoring. It is six-month course following which a girl can start earning from her home. As most of the girls belong to marginalized sections of the community they are unable to buy machines. This project helps them to realize their dreams.

Thank you for giving chance to succeed! Your gift is making a big impact in not only their life but given hope others as well.

Do contribute to help us give life of dignity to more disadvantaged girls and please spread the word.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments or id yuman_azad@yahoo.com

 

Warm Regards,

Mehnaz
Mehnaz
Asma
Asma
Hadisa
Hadisa
Feb 27, 2018

Progress Report

Hadisa from village Rahmatpur
Hadisa from village Rahmatpur

Dear Friends,

Greetings from Azad India Foundation!

It is my pleasure to share our latest report via Global Giving on the progress of our project to provide sewing machine to a needy girl for self-reliance in Kishanganj district of Bihar. Thank you for your support and for empowering girls to rise out of poverty.

As part of the ongoing flood victims rehabilitation and livelihood support program, Azad India Foundation gave away sewing machines to Asma from the village Shafakatnagar, Hadisa from Rahmatpur, Shabnam from Kajlamani, Astana from Sathbolia and Mehnaz from the village Malbasti. They belong to the marginalized groups who were worst affected in Kishanganj's devastating floods and fighting for the survival even after so many months. The earnings from the sewing machines and stitching clothes will help them rebuild their lives. The girls are thankful to the donors and Global Giving for helping their families.

Azad India Foundation is running two sewing centers at the village Chattargach and Kajlamani where 40 girls are learning basic stitching and tailoring. It is six-month course following which a girl can start earning from her home. As most of the girls belong to marginalized sections of the community they are unable to buy machines. This project helps them to realize their dreams.

Thank you for giving chance to succeed! Your gift is making a big impact in not only their life but given hope others as well.

Do contribute to help us give life of dignity to more disadvantaged girls and please spread the word.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions, comments

yuman_azad@yahoo.com 

Warm Regards,

Astana from village Sathbolia
Astana from village Sathbolia
Shabnam from Kajlamani
Shabnam from Kajlamani
Mahnaz from village Malbasti
Mahnaz from village Malbasti
Asma from village Shafakatnagar
Asma from village Shafakatnagar
 
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