Skill Training for 500 rural women in Tamilnadu

by Education, Communication and Development Trust (EDUCATR)


This project will provide skill & Entrepreneurship development programme to 500 rural women and adolescent girls from 30 villages of Usilampatti block, Madurai District, Tamilnadu,

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The rural population migrates invariably to urban areas due to lack of employment opportunities in rural areas. The rural women’s are school dropouts who lack in productive skill. The poverty and unemployment problem will be solving through vocational skill training inputs and will become a successful entrepreneur. Manju joined an EDUCATR Jute bag diversified products Training programme. Now Manju produces a Jute bag of marketable quality which earns her decent livelihood.


100 rural women / girls trained in 4 batches Modern dress making and embroidery 100 rural women / girls trained in 4 batches DTP computer operation 300 rural women / girls will be trained on 15 EDP Courses,

Long-Term Impact

The employable skiing training programme aims to improve the long – run economic status of women and their families through new business / self employment start. The project will be trained 500 rural women / girls on various skills.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).



Organization Information

Education, Communication and Development Trust (EDUCATR)

Location: Madurai, Tamilnadu - India
Website: http:/​/​
Education, Communication and Development Trust (EDUCATR)
R Velmurugan
Project Leader:
R Velmurugan
Managing Trustee
Madurai District, Tamilnadu India

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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