With our Open Hands Education Sewing projects, we are proud to announce we have another new batch of sewing students. These 20 girls and women come from remote rural villages in under privileged areas.
They are all benefiting from our advanced sewing training that is kindly offered by generous sponsorship from donors.
During this training, beneficiaries will learn and develop skills in making shirts, trousers, skirts, school uniforms, Indian traditional clothing wear such as: blouses, petticoats, trousers and shirts.
Sewing training will provide self-employment at their homes, can give them a daily income and will enable them to buy necessary medicines and support their ability to pay school fees for their children.
We have witnessed incredible change in the lives of all the women who have passed through our classes and care. It gives personal empowerment to women and their families. Their children are often saved ftom the same poverty cycle of their parents.
This is what excites us the most.