Vocational Skill Training for 50 Dalit FemaleYouth

by Literates Welfare Association (LAW)


TVocational Skkill Training for 50 Dalit Female youth the age group of 19 to 35 linving in Kadamalaikundu Mayiladumprai block of Theni District, Tamilnadu, India on Tailoring and embrioiudeing Trainin

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The proposed target groups are Dalit and Disadvantaged adolescent girls and women. The Dalit people are landless and out caste, untouchables in the community. They are lowest strata in the society. They are usually employed into bonded labour (Salve labour) doing quarry, stone cutting, crusher, Brick making works and agricultural work. The people getting low daily wages with seasonal employment.the girls are not continuted their higher education after 10th or 12th.they need ulternative for jop.


got the extra skill for earning money after the Training.50 Dalit women will be trained on Tailorin and embroidery courses, women will start self employment tailoring units,Increasing economic level, improving the decision making capacity in family.

Long-Term Impact

These trained hands will be guided to set up a production unit and they will be further supported in making their stitched items in the local market. Placement facilities in Tailor in will do in Tailoring/Garments unitto generate meaningful income.

Additional Documentation

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



Organization Information

Literates Welfare Association (LAW)

Location: Theni, Tamilnadu - India
Chinnadurai Rathika
Project Leader:
Chinnadurai Rathika
Theni District,, Tamilnadu India

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