Empower 200 poor Girls through Vocational Training

by Samaritan Help Mission


Samaritan Vocational training Project train 200 poor deprived illiterate women and Girls Vocational Training in the Hand embroidery work and education every year, they earn Rs.2500/- per month

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Women and girls, who are forced to get involved in various types of nefarious activities of drug peddling and trafficking and similar other acitivies. Tikiapara is predominantly a Muslim slum – above 80% population is of Muslims. The condition of women and children (specially girls) is very bad. Lack of education results in large numbers of children per family, total neglect of the girl children as they are supposed to be a liability for the family


SHM runs the vocational training project at (MOTHER FLORENCE CENTRE) of Hand embroidery works, that fetches each girls an amount of Rs.2500/- to Rs.3000/- per month for the women.

Long-Term Impact

The empowerment of the target group will bring a sea of change in the community, women power will rise and they will not compel down to the demand of having more children, Eduucation and empowerment will strenghten the will power of the women,

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).



Organization Information

Samaritan Help Mission

Location: Howrah, West Bengal - India
Website: http:/​/​www.samaritanhelpmission.org
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Twitter: @Samaritan Help Mission
Samaritan Help Mission
Mamoon Akhtar
Project Leader:
Mamoon Akhtar
Howrah, west Benagl India 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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