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Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant

by Light of Life Trust
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant
Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant

This is to inform our supporters that due to the COVID-19 pandemic the institute was shut from the last month of March 2020 until June 2020.

Therefore there hadn't been any activities, training, and programmes at the training centres. We will reopen in the month of August 2020 taking all the precautionary measures and government regulations into consideration.

However, during this period we have distributed Grocery & Hygiene kits to our beneficiaries because most of the beneficiaries belong to the families of daily wage earners and therefore they have not been able to earn their livelihood because of lockdown in major part of the areas.

Thank you,
Team Light of Life Trust

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  1. Project Title

 

Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant

 

2.      Project Objective

 

The project is focused on providing a sustainable livelihood to 260 women from Murbad Village in Thane district of Maharashtra. The program is equipping underprivileged women and girls to develop creative skills like Sewing, Beauty Training which can be used to generate money from sale of the products created and services rendered.

 

 

3.      Information about beneficiaries covered under the livelihood training prorammes & health camps for the period from December 2019 to March 2020

 

No

Training Programme

Trained

Month

 

Sewing & Tailoring programme

41

December 2019

 

Beautician Training programme

40

December 2019

 

Shirt & Pant making course

17

December 2019

 

Computer Training programme

38

December 2019

 

Entrepreneurship Development

28

December 2019

 

Sewing & Tailoring programme

41

January 2020

 

Beautician Training programme

40

January 2020

 

Jewellery Making course

6

January 2020

 

Mehndi Making course

20

January 2020

 

Toran Making course

4

January 2020

 

Shirt & Pant making course

17

January 2020

 

Computer Training programme

38

January 2020

 

English Communication Training

9

January 2020

 

Entrepreneurship Development

28

January 2020

 

Beautician Training programme

15

February 2020

 

Jewellery Making course

8

February 2020

 

Mehndi Making course

24

February 2020

 

Toran Making course

8

February 2020

 

Shirt & Pant making course

17

February 2020

 

Computer Training programme

26

February 2020

 

English Communication Training

17

February 2020

 

Entrepreneurship Development

17

February 2020

 

Total no of beneficiaries trained

499

 

 

3.1 Activities conducted by the Medical Mobile Unit for the period of January 2022:

 

1)      Hemoglobin follow-up: The iron folic acid, vitamin C tablets were provided in follow up to anemic women detected in screening camp conducted. Total 15 adolescent girls & 06 women were given the medicine.

 

 

2)      Activities conducted at Livelihood Training centre: General Health Camps for Tailoring, Beautician & Computer departments were conducted at livelihood training center, Dhasai.  The awareness sessions on Hand Wash Activity were conducted at Livelihood Training centre, Dhasai for beneficiaries of tailoring, beautician computer & staff members. The data of attendees needed to be filled in the app.

     

3)      Data Input: The app needs to be updated as it’s in the development stage. There are certain technical issues which would be resolved & the app will be up to the mark soon. So, the up-to-date, data input of patients & beneficiaries, is hampered to an extent as it is expected to happen during any new initiative.

3.2 Activities conducted by the Medical Mobile Unit for the period of February 2022:

 

1)      Hemoglobin follow-up: The iron folic acid, vitamin C tablets were provided in follow up to anemic women detected in screening camp conducted. Total 09 adolescent girls & 04 women were given the medicine.

 

2)      Activities conducted at Livelihood Training centre: General Health Camps for beneficiaries pursuing tailoring, beautician, English communication & computer department were conducted at livelihood training center, Dhasai.

 

3)      School Health Camps were conducted at Zilla Parishad schools of Kochare [B.], Kharshet, Jambhulwadi & Sukalwadi.

 

4)      Data Input: The app is in process of updating & data entry in process. Few technical errors are on the verge of correction. The team is trying to maintain the data up to date.


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Project Title

Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant

 

Project Objective

The project is focused on providing a sustainable livelihood to 260 women from Murbad Village in Thane district of Maharashtra. The program is equipping underprivileged women and girls to develop creative skills like Sewing, Beauty Training which can be used to generate money from sale of the products created and services rendered.

 

Project Funding

We have received part funding from the Rallies India Limited of Rs. 5,00,000/- (approx. $7000) towards the operational expenses of the centre.

 

Update as on December 2019

  1. During the month of September, 36 beneficiaries were trained for the Beautician training programme, 40 beneficiaries were trained for the Sewing & Tailoring programme & 29 beneficiaries were trained for the Computer training programme.
  2. Exposure visits by the LOLT team was conducted in the nearby villages under the village development project of the Rallies India Limited so that similar opportunities can be identified in the Murbad Taluka for implementation of such programmes.
  3. During the month of October, 36 beneficiaries were trained for the Beautician training programme, 40 beneficiaries were trained for the Sewing & Tailoring programme & 29 beneficiaries were trained for the Computer training programme.
  4. During the month of November, 36 beneficiaries were trained for the Beautician training programme, 40 beneficiaries were trained for the Sewing & Tailoring programme, 6 beneficiaries undertook special training for the Shirt & Pant stitching course, 13 beneficiaries were trained under Jewellery designing and making course & 30 beneficiaries were trained for the Computer training programme.
  5. From next month onwards a new training programme on English Communication would be introduced for the beneficiaries for which the mobilization has already begun.

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Inauguration of the centre

Project Title

Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant

 
Project Objective

The project is focused on providing a sustainable livelihood to 260 women from Murbad Village in Thane district of Maharashtra. The program is equipping underprivileged women and girls to develop creative skills like Sewing, Beauty Training which can be used to generate money from sale of the products created and services rendered.

 

Update as on August 2019

1. The centre for Women Empowerment & Skilling was inaugurated on 25th July 2019.

2. The first batch for the Beautician Training course began on 12th August 2019 with 34 students.

3. The first batch for the Computer Training was started in August 2019 comprising of 28 students in a batch.

4. Sewing & Tailoring batch was also started comprising 39 comprising 39 students.

5. Third Medical Mobile Unit was also launched which will cater to the population in the Dhasai and nearby  villages of the Murbad Taluka in Maharashtra state of India.

Beautician Training Batch
Beautician Training Batch
Computer Training Batch
Computer Training Batch
Sewing & Tailoring Batch
Sewing & Tailoring Batch
Medical Mobile Unit
Medical Mobile Unit

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Awareness Activity - Distribution of Pamphlets

Project Title

Skill 260 rural Indian women to be self-reliant

 

Project Objective

The project is focused on providing a sustainable livelihood to 260 women from Murbad Village in Thane district of Maharashtra. The program is equipping underprivileged women and girls to develop creative skills like Sewing, Beauty Training which can be used to generate money from sale of the products created and services rendered.

 

Update as on May 2019

  1. The team visit the Murbad area and interacted with the Block Development Officer (BDO), Block Education Officer (BEO) and Child Development Project Officer (CDPO).
  2. Awareness activity about setting up and schedule of the training programmes was done in and around the area of Murbad by distribution & pasting of pamphlets in the catchment areas.
  3. Interviews were conducted to shortlist the trainers for the Murbad area.
  4. Visit to Techno Craft Industries (India) Yarn Division was made to tie-up for placement possibilities and seek opportunities for funding from their CSR.
Community Awareness
Community Awareness
Interviews - Shortlisting Trainers & Mobilizers
Interviews - Shortlisting Trainers & Mobilizers
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Light of Life Trust

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra - India
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Project Leader:
Harpal Singh Kamal
Manager - Resource Development & Training
Mumbai, Maharashtra India
$1,283 raised of $18,000 goal
 
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