The sewing workshop (named Cesar Silai Centre) was launched in the district of Kumhar Toli, Ranchi, in 2004 with the dual purpose of giving professional training and allow the production of textile products.They are women of different ages,and come from neighboring districts of the capital of a state of India poor and decentralized. The social condition is very modest, often they have limited schooling.One of the main issue that the Centre has to face continues to be to the promotion of product
In order to ensure a secure future to the laboratory it must be referred to the local market of Ranchi city, thanks to the opening of a shop / showroom managed by women themselves. The project provides for the lease of one year of the store and the hiring three knowledgeable people. Women become key players of their own future, their own welfare, of their independence
Women become key players of their own future, their own welfare, of their independence. The married women can take care of their children, providing them the possibility that they themselves have not had, with education and adequate nutrition, and the unmarried can look at marriage more freedom
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).