Women and girls from downtrodden sections of society face persistent challenges when it comes to their advancement due to their limited access to quality education and livelihood opportunities. By building their capacities through the right employability skills, they can get better livelihoods and gain the confidence to contribute to their families & communities. Empowering women is the key to attain sustainable development of our country.
To empower women from downtrodden communities and support their income generation, SEESHA, in association with its CSR funding partner - DXC Technology India, has been conducting training courses for several in-demand trades such as sewing, artificial jewellery making, Aari embroidery work, Mehndi design art, beautician courses, computer basics, Lamination training, Entrepreneurship Development training etc., in 9 project locations across India.
The training courses are offered at the following project locations:
- Vyara Gujarat
Impact of the training
The program has greatly impacted the lives of the disadvantaged women and their families. It has improved the confidence level of the women trainees, and most of them have already started their own microenterprises at their homes with good levels of income. Their marketing skills and handling of finances have also improved. The initiative has helped the women to support their families and improve their economic independence.