Skill Development Training for 120 Slum Youths

by Ruchika Social Service Organisation
Skill Development Training for 120 Slum Youths
Skill Development Training for 120 Slum Youths
Skill Development Training for 120 Slum Youths
Skill Development Training for 120 Slum Youths
Skill Development Training for 120 Slum Youths
Skill Development Training for 120 Slum Youths
Skill Development Training for 120 Slum Youths
Skill Development Training for 120 Slum Youths
Skill Development Training for 120 Slum Youths
Skill Development Training for 120 Slum Youths

Kaveri (not her real name) is now around 23 years old women. When she was an adolesent her poor parents got a good marriage proposal from a well to do family. As she was very beautiful, the groom liked her and marry her. Since she was from a poor family, her parents could not able to give dowry. After marriage, she lived with her husband happily for three years and had a baby girl. Her husband was an auto driver. Life was so good for her. Unfortunately, her husband met with an accident and bed ridden for more than 6 months. Her family suffered a lot because he was the only bread-winner of her family. Gradually the economic condition of her family worsen and Kaveri decided to do something to help her family. She came to know about our free vocational training program and joined immediately. After six month's training and her jeal for learning she stood first in her batch. She completed the training and got "Rehabilitation Kit" (Sewing machine and stitching articles) from Ruchika to establish her own 'Tailoring & Dress Making Unit' in her home. Gradually her shop is gaining confidence and popularity and ladies customers are coming to her shop for stitching their dresses. She is now earning around six thousands rupees per month. From this money she is managing her family, husband's medicines and daughter's education. She is very happy and thankful to Ruchika for making her the bread-winner of her family.

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Anju receiving her rehabilitation kits
Anju receiving her rehabilitation kits

Anju (not her real name0 is about 33 years old married lady and a single parent. She is from a very poor family. Her parents were daily labourer and they have five children. Thye married Anju to a youngman 7 years ago. After 5 years of violent and atrocious married life, Anju was divorced by her husband. She has no other alternative to go to her parents home but there also she faced mental torture by her brothers and their wives. Finding no other alternative she left their home and residing in a tiny thatched house on rent. She is working as a domestic help in nearby houses. When she came to know about Ruchika's free skill development training program, she joined in Tailoring trade. After completing the training, she got rehabilitation kits from Ruchika to start her own enterprise. She has bought a sewing machine and stitching clothes and earning around 5000 rupees per month. She is now able to send her daughter to school. She is also selling new clothes from her home. Anju is very brave and fought with her problems and become a winner at last. May God bless her all happiness in life.

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Aman - The Mobile Man
Aman - The Mobile Man

Aman (not his real name) belongs to a lower class family having two brothers and two sisters. His father is a carpenter and working in a furniture workshop. With a limited income it is difficult for his father to give proper education to his children. After completing high school Aman left his studies and started to work with his father in the furniture showroom. But he was not satisfied with the carpentery job. He always wants to do something else, like technical work. When he heard about the mobile repairing training provided by the Ruchika Skill Development Centre, he came and query about it and seeing a bright future in mobile repairing training he joined it.

His jeal for learning and doing something good for his family forced him to learned the technical aspects soon. He completed the course successfully within three months. With the help of the support partner Cellcom Mobile Training Institute, he recently has joined at ‘Mobile Care’ as a technical person. Mr. Aman is now earning around 10 thousand bucks as salary plus repairing mobiles at homes and earns handsomely. He is grateful to Ruchika for its skill development training which changed his life.

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Sharmila
Sharmila

Sarmila (not her real name) a poor slum women was in a shock when her healthy husband died within two days of illness. Unfortunatly, she was not educated enough to get a grade IV job. She was just studied upto Class-X. After her husband's sudden demise, all the responsibilities of family and children was now on her. For some months she managed it by doing petty works here and there and selling the little jewellery she has. But she was dreaming to do something respectable. When she came to know about Ruchika’s free tailoring training program. she came to our office and joined immediately. Her need and jeal for earning something for her family make it possible for her to complete the training program within six months. She is now stitching all types of dresses and earning around 6000 rupees per month. She has also opened a petty readymade shop in her house and selling children and women's dresses. Now she is able to take care of the family and her children’s education from her earnings. She is very happy!

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Kabita is in her office
Kabita is in her office

Kabita (not her real name) the youngest daughter of her poor parent. She wanted to do something to support her parent. She came to know about our free skill development training program and joined it with a hope to make her dream come true. Kabita had keen interest for sports like Rugby and Kho-kho since college days. But the acute poverty in the family did not allow Kabita to let her go in sports. So she decided to incur the sports related expenses by getting employment. It was very difficult for her to get a job as she had almost no knowledge in computer application and communicative English. After joining the course, gradually she developed her skill and confidence and took active part in every group activity and events in the center. She used to attend extra class for English to build up her communication skill. After completing the SMART course she got a job at ‘Zenith Care N Cure’ as Accountant cum Back office Executive with a good salary. She is now very happy and satisfied with her job. She supports her family & also saves for her sports.

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Ruchika Social Service Organisation

Location: Bhubaneswar, Odisha - India
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Ruchika Social Service Organisation
Rameswari Dwivedy
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Rameswari Dwivedy
Bhubaneswar, Orissa India

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