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Women Empowerment

Project Disha by IDF, UNDP Rites Ltd. supported by IKEA foundation

A three-year partnership project between India Development Foundation (IDF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Rites Ltd.supported by IKEA Foundation aims at creating employment and entrepreneurship opportunities for women in India. Vishvas Sansthan and Tradecraft did jointly implement the project at Mewat, Haryana in generating livelihoods for women with textile waste up cycling. Project Disha aims to reach out and enable one million underprivileged women in India through training, employment and entrepreneurship skills development, as well as development of a new model ofpublic private collaboration that can be adapted and replicated across India. A total of 500 women, girls were trained in 19 batches. 215 participants in 8 batches at Sundh centre, 135 participants in 5 batches at Kalwadi centre and 150 participants in 6 batches at Rathiwas centre. Women at each centre are now engaged in making shirts, trousers, different types of bags and other products.

Regular skill training program (RSTP) by RSLDC, Govt. of Rajasthan:-

 The program envisages implementation of the“Regular Skill Training Programme’’ for Youth women, person with special ability and jail inmates including school dropouts. Vishvas Sansthan was arranging required dedicated skill training infrastructure, identification of courses from the approved list of courses having gainful livelihoods potential.Also conducted the training programs as per course outlines supplied by RSLDC for providing self-employment and livelihood enhancement. 

Going Green Project by Traidcraft UK & AIACA; New Delhi :-

‘Going Green’ was a Switch Asia Project awarded by the European Commission under its flagship program SWITCH-Asia. The project was being implemented by Traidcraft, UK & All India Artisans &Craft workers Welfare Association (AIACA) as lead project implementing agencies and Vishvas Sansthan as field implementation partner for Udaipur Cluster out ofsix clusters. We were covered 49 villages of 9 Gram Panchayat at Block Salumber in Udaipur Cluster. In the above context, the project was planned for the 1500 artisans mobilized.

Rajasthan Rural Livelihood Project for Women (DPIP-II) by Govt. of Raj. and World Bank:-

Objective of the project is To implement the CRP strategies and take support of project resource professionals for promotion of SHGs and their capacity building.

Skill Based Training to Rural Women by District Administration Rajsamand & Vedanta HZL:-

Objective of the program is to facilitate the critical concern of livelihood among the unemployed rural women for self-employment. 310 women was benefited through the program.

SGSY SPECIAL PROJECT -Main-streaming of Rural Products by Ministry of Rural Development, Govt. of India and Govt. of Raj. And RUDA:-

Project aim was to revive handicrafts in four districts with a high concentration of livelihood based on handicrafts, which are on the verge of losing their existence and identity & support the existing craft to achieve at least self-sustenance level. 

District Poverty Initiative Project by World Bank and Govt. of Raj. :-

The project was initiated by State Project Monitoring Unit (SPMU) of Government of Rajasthan in July 2000, and was financially supported by World Bank. The total cost of the project was Rs. 610 crores; of which 80 percent was to be contributed by World Bank, 15 percent by State Government and 5 percent by the beneficiaries of the program. The major objective of the DPIP was to reduce poverty in the selected seven poorest districts of the state through improving the economic opportunities, living standards and social status of the BPL households. To achieve the above objectives, project aimed to change the vulnerable and poor conditions of the families in terms of enhancement in their skill and providing with increased control over the design, implementation and financial management of the income generating activities to be run by the groups of BPL families. Vishvas Sansthan was implementing agency and was covered 220 village of Khamnor and Kumbhalgarh block.


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    Mr. Sinha Member of Parliament
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