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Jul 24, 2017

Project Report

Somni receiving sewing machine from Parvez AIF
Somni receiving sewing machine from Parvez AIF

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. The funds raised under global girl campaign have been life changing. Thank you for your support and for empowering girls to rise out of poverty. 

Azad India Foundation gave away sewing machine to Somani from village Chattargach to help her become economically self-sufficient. Somni, eldest of four siblings said,“ I have learnt stitching but my father being a poor landless labor couldn’t afford to buy sewing machine. I requested AIF to support me so that I am able to support my sister and brothers’ education.”

Azad India Foundation is running sewing center at the village Chattargach where 22 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 ideas at  yuman_azad@yahoo.com

Warm Regards,

May 15, 2017

Project Report

Angoora
Angoora

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. The funds raised under global girl campaign have been life changing. Thank you for your support and for empowering girls to rise out of poverty.

In the first batch,Azad India Foundation gave away sewing machines to Angoora and Sareena from village Chattargach and Koltha from Block Pothia to help them become economically self-sufficient. Angoora eldest of eight siblings said,“ I am happy and thankful, as now I will able to contribute to my family’s income. I have learnt stitching but poverty had prevented me from buying sewing machine.”

Sareena is also happy to receive the sewing machine.Her father is a labor and with seven members to feed ,it was difficult to buy sewing machine. Sareena now plans to work within and from nearby areas as well.

Azad India Foundation is running sewing center at the village Chattargach where 20 girls are learning basic stitching and tailoring in a new batch. 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 ideas at aif_org @ yahoo.co.in

 

Warm Regards,

Sareena
Sareena
Apr 7, 2017

Project Report

Afsana
Afsana

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. Your generous gift to provide needy girls in Kishanganj with a sewing machine has been life changing. Thank you for your support and for empowering girls to rise out of poverty.

Azad India Foundation had given sewing machines to Ruby and Afsana from village Nezagachh and Phoolbari from Block Pothia and Thakurganj. AIF team revisited Ruby and Afsana at their villages after three months. We were happy to see that they are earning around Rs 2000 per month stitching clothes. They have become economically self-reliant. Ruby from Nezagachh said,“ I am happy that I am contributing to my family’s income . I earn my own money and that gives me satisfaction and confidence.”

Azad India Foundation is running sewing center at the village Chattargach where 20 girls are learning basic stitching and tailoring in a new batch. 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 ideas at aif_org@yahoo.co.in 

Warm Regards,

Ruby
Ruby
 
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