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Skill Development/Livelihood Training

Livelihood training equips women with the necessary skills and knowledge to generate income and become financially independent. It helps them break free from the cycle of poverty and dependence on others. By gaining employment or starting their own businesses, women can contribute to their families' income, improve their standard of living, and make better choices for themselves and their children.

We organize Skill Development/ Livelihood Training programs on Embroidery/Aari Embroidery Training, Fabric Painting Training, Value added Fish products, Coconut Shell Handicraft Training, Saree Kuchu/Tassels Training, Homemade Products training, Tailoring/dress designing, Paper bags/Cloth Bag training and other value added art and crafts trainings.

Women's participation in livelihood training and economic activities is vital for achieving sustainable development goals. When women are given equal opportunities to contribute to the economy, it leads to inclusive and equitable growth. Their involvement promotes environmental sustainability, social cohesion, and the overall well-being of communities.

key programs

Aari Embroidery LEDP (Livelihood Entrepreneurship Development Program) Training
Embroidery refers to the thread craft that enhances the look of a fabric or product. This thread craft is generally done on natural fabrics with tight weaves.
As people are becoming increasingly fashion conscious, the demand for embroidery and Aari work is increasing.

Tailoring/ Dress designing Training
Vocational training prepares unemployed women for jobs that are based on practical activities, traditionally non-academic and totally related to a specific trade, occupation, or vocation.
Tailoring training will provide self-employment for women at their home; it gives them a daily income and can enable them to buy necessary items for their homes. Investment in these women is a proven path to reduce poverty.

Mehandi Art Training
Mehandi holds great importance & cultural significance in Indian traditions. Traditional henna artistry has long been embedded in Bengali culture. For centuries, people from all spheres of life in the Indian subcontinent have been applying henna before every auspicious event as a symbol of purity and prosperity. There is a huge scope for Mehandi artists.
Home Based Products & Other Crafts Training
The main goal of this training is to create rural women entrepreneurs and enterprises in order to provide them with opportunities for growth, financial stability, and socio-economic inclusion and recognition.

Designer Blouse & Saree Kucchu/ Tassels
Blouse designing has reached a new culmination in the present era of Fashion Designing. With the evolving world of Fashion, there is ample number of innovative ways to design a blouse. The bridal blouse collection has also gone through an evolution. Now a day, young brides are always experimental on the blouse they dream to wear with the matching Saree.

Saree tassels, also known as kucchu in the regional language, are a traditional form of Indian handicraft, practiced especially in the southern states of Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Tamil Nadu

Coconut Shell Handicrafts LEDP Training
Coconut Crafts in India refers to the creation of utility and decorative items with coconut shells, which is practiced in various parts of the country. The process of coconut crafts involves sketching, cutting, sanding, and buffing to create the finished product. The process involved in sourcing the coconut shell for the finished product has undergone drastic changes.

Fabric Painting and Aari Embroidery LEDP Training
Fabric painting is a skill of applying colors on the fabric to make it attractive. Painting techniques make stunning creativeness which is made by the depth of hue and shades or the creativity of the textures formed. The training aims to empower women by fostering self-employment opportunities and improving their economic well-being through artistic entrepreneurship.