One of the biggest NGO's in India is the Samarthanam Trust for the Disabled, which has been working for many years to empower people with disabilities. Recently, on the Women's Day, they came up with a new project called 'Tailoring and Beautician Project’.
The project is all about empowering women with disabilities and women without disabilities. This new project will take place at the Samarthanam Bengaluru office. The NGO hopes by the new ‘Tailoring and Beautician Project’ they will reach out to every woman with and without disabilities who are looking for job opportunities. The latest initiative is also welcomed by the Karnataka people.
Through the project, the NGO is calling women from various sectors to come and take part in tailoring and beauty learning courses. They can gain mental and practical experiences from these avenues. The team is also looking forward to meeting women who are interested in self-employment.
This new unit was inaugurated at the Samarthanam HSR premises accompanied by the Minister for Women, Child Development and Empowerment of Differently-abled, Shashikala Jolle and Karnataka-based Senior Citizens alongside with some other prominent leaders. The event was also attended by the Founder Managing Trustee of Samarthanam, Mahantesh GK.
Though Samarthanam is an NGO that mainly works for people with disabilities, this time with the help of the latest project they also empowering women without disabilities.
At the Samarthanam office in HSR Layout, Bengaluru there will be a special unit that has been set up to provide training sessions for all participants. At the center, there will be modern machinery and appliance available for women with and without disabilities.
Samarthanam’s aim towards empowering women gather women from various sectors and communities and this is a high level of commendable, said Shashikala Jolle while praising the project.
The Samarthanam NGO even has the government support giving by the Minister. Shashikala often comes to the Samarthanam school and spends time while talking to the children and she also provides equipment for the trainees of the ‘Tailoring and Beautician project’.
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