RDOET (HAO India)
Empower 30 Women in Borabanda slum for Hyderabad (#12034)
Report on: Case Study of the trained women in Sewing & Tailoring
This project is aimed at empowering women in urban slum areas of Borabanda by providing free sewing and tailoring skill development training to make them self sufficiency and self reliant.
Background information of the identified Area:
The most pathetic, vulnerable destitute poverty stricken people very much isolated dwell amidst huge buildings of Ranga Reddy District, just adjacent to Hyderabad at a distance of 15kms of State Andhra Pradesh, India.
A target sample of 30 women, identified from Borabanda slum area are given the opportunity to undergo training in sewing.
To train needy, desperate, poverty stricken women, single parent, widows and women working as domestic servants.
RDOET IN ACTION:
RDOET (HAO India) identified and selected a set of new batch of 15 deserving women folk in the nomadic colony of Borabanda to provide training in sewing and tailoring.
We are very happy to report that the women with great interest and enthusiasm completed sewing and tailoring training.
We are glad to share one of the success stories of trained women in sewing and tailoring to whom it has become a source of bread earner to support family.
Mrs. Kashim has undergone training in Sewing and Tailoring in our Sewing Centre, after completing her training she got an opportunity to work in one of the Tailor Shop.
Kashim belongs to uttermost poverty stricken from Muslim religion. They are migrated from place to place. She hails from Orissa, her husband works as a cleaner of Motor – Vehicles and earns meager salary. She has two children, a boy and a girl.
She is finding it difficulty in maintaining day to day basic needs of the family, paying rent to home and to educate her two children.
At this time of hard struggle, she got a ray of hope by undertaking training in Sewing and Tailoring and successfully completed her training. She is now able to stitch Salwar Kameez, Punjabi dresses, blouses and children dresses and is happily earning atleast Rs.250/- per day and petty amounts in one of the Tailor shop.
Kashim is very much grateful to “Global Giving” which helped her getting training in sewing and tailoring. At the same, expressing heart felt “Thanks” to RDOET (HAO India) and for providing Sewing kit.
I take this privilege in extending deep gratitude to the donors for their valuable support, without which these women would have not availed all these opportunities.
We prayerfully request the global giving Donors to continue to help these women to complete their skill training by their generous support.
With Best Wishes,
Dr.(Mrs). P. Usha Abraham
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