Community Partner: Creation Welfare Society
The target beneficiaries, all 1000 women, are from lower socio economic strata of the North West Delhi of Delhi state. Those have some basic skills, aptitude and willingness to improve their quality of life will be further empowered by providing technical skills, soft skills, entrepreneurial training and necessary hand holding support.
For identification of 1000 beneficiaries and get them benefitted with programme activities door to door visits, stakeholder meetings and regular community meetings are in progress.Workshops on key topics under life skills and gender sensitization has started. The basic objective is the holistic development of beneficiaries and get them empowered so that they can improver their quality of life. Capacity building of beneficiaries for improved knowledge,learning and practice concerning financial literacy and financial inclusion,preparing business plans is under progress. SEBI trainers have also joined hands with us for quality training of target beneficiaries.Observing the requirement of loans by women fortheir running capital, business expansion and for personal reasons apart from financial literacy training programme women are being organised under self-help groups. It would enable them to sustain and grow their enterprises. Saving and inter- lending in groups has started. So far 673 women has joined SHGs and their cumulative saving is INR 67300. Bank account opening of all the groups will start from the month of October. One of the group has started income generation activities under group enterprise. FASSAI license and Udhyog Aadhar of the enterprise is under process.
The target area is resettlement colonies and slums of Sultanpuri and its surrounding area (Mangolpuri, Kirari , Aman Vihar, Nithari, SulemanNagar) in North West Delhi district of NCR Delhi. As a non-structured colonies, there are limited parks, sewage or piped water services. Sanitation is also a significant issue. Access to health services is also limited.
Enhanced knowledge on the livelihood with broader understanding on quality of life, women practicing regular savings, access to financial services, leadership quality development.