Health & Education
Health Indicators & Literacy Levels
“India lives in villages” were the golden words of Mahatma Gandhi many decades
ago. Though there is substantial migration from rural to urban areas, still almost
68% of India continues to live in rural areas.
As per Economic Survey - 2017, nearly nine million Indians migrate every year to cities looking for better work opportunities as the rural areas are still facing issues like poverty, low literacy rates, and lack of basic infrastructures like schools , hospitals, better roads, running water, and sanitation. This gradual increase in migration has led to a burden on the cities’ resources and infrastructure. By 2050, it is estimated that more than half of India will be living in urban India.
This makes it imperative for a movement to transform the villages and equip them with essential amenities, including educational institutions, healthcare facilities, waste management, roads, et cetera, and making them self-sufficient.
To tranisform as many villages in India into a self sufficient, self reliant & self sustaining village by developing and implementing a pragmatic and holistic village development model that is based on multidimensional aspects including health, education, drinking water, livelihood & women empowerment-related issues.
This program aims to provide a sewing machine and training in tailoring and sewing to create a sustainable livelihood and an ongoing source of income to help girls and women to climb out of poverty. We as a social organization intend to work towards empowering women through various interventions to enable women to be financially independent. The ‘Sewing Machine Distribution and training program will support these economically vulnerable women who are needy, have some experience or are capable to learn sewing & tailoring, attended a tailoring school, or have a certificate in tailoring but lacks the financial support to buy the sewing machine.
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