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Mr. Dipankar Mitra and Ms. Samita Goswami – Women Empowerment through Livelihood Support

Women Empowerment through Livelihood Support aims to empower untrained, unemployed, and illiterate women to be empowered and lead dignified and economically empowered lives. Twenty unemployed slum women will receive trainings on soft toys, leading to employment and self-reliance through production and marketing. The women beneficiaries are unemployed and searching any income opportunities, which would be home based. They belong to Muslim and other underserved communities, which experience increased levels of illiteracy and social discrimination. These families - who are often led by parents who are illiterate, fail to send children to schools, however expect earnings from them. As a result, [...]

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