Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving

by VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT CENTRE
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving
Employment for 40 poor women in door mat weaving

Summary

VDC aims to promote training and employment for 40 dalit and poor women in door mat production by using waste cotton from textile companies. The beneficiaries will be given 10 days training in entire activities such as assembling, detachment, attend minor repairs, shaping the waste cotton, weaving, designing, price fixing, purchase and sale points and market linkages. This helps women to earn average Rupees 160 per day. Recycling cotton waste into door mats will help to prevent pollution.

$8,920
total goal
$8,455
remaining
6
donors
0
monthly donors
1
year

Challenge

The drying climate for employment in agriculture, construction and peripheral sectors the women met unemployment situation and they work for low wages. They remain at home for many days without any earnings. They are manual labourers having poor technical skills. The unemployment situation leads them for debt bondage. Children met difficulties for education and health. This project aims to provide employment and regular income in door mat weaving to combat their poverty and unemployment.

Solution

We aims to address the unemployment situation of 40 dalit and poor women by skill them in door mat weaving. They will be given training for 10 days in assembling, detachment, attending repairs, cutting, shaping the waste cotton, weaving, designing the mat, sizes and fixing price, Purchase and sale points and market linkages. They will produce average 25 door mats daily and will earn average INR 160 per day. It is a replicate model of employment.

Long-Term Impact

40 women will learn door mat weaving skills and involve in production. They get regular employment and income at their door steps. They will use the income for children education and health, release from debt bondage and will use for further capital investment. They will get social status. In long run the beneficiaries will involve in collective production and marketing. This is a replicate model project that other can also do support of the trained women.

Additional Documentation

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

Resources

Organization Information

VILLAGE DEVELOPMENT CENTRE

Location: TIRUCHIRAPPALLI - India
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Project Leader:
Ramasamy Raju
TIRUCHIRAPPALLI, TAMILNADU India
$465 raised of $8,920 goal
 
6 donations
$8,455 to go
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