ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

17 June 2019

 Within the last two months of period we have undertaken the project of making Tambulam Bags. The main objective of this project is to identify the basic tailors who are interested to stitch Tambulam Bags & earn minimal wages in their spare time. Initial survey was undertaken for men & women in Hosadurga, Jagalur and Chitradurga area. Finally the project was completed with producing 5000 Tambulam Bags after working with 8 different tailors staying in & around Chitradurga district. This project helped us to create livelihood income especially for Widow, Separated & Divorced women.

Enterprise Development Training Program is conducted by Chaitanya for the 1st time at the village level. The program was successful with the support of OIKO Credit & HIH India. The training was all about making of Paper Pulp Toys with easily available raw materials. The training was conducted for 15 women participants for 6 days.The main aim of such training program is to impart the required skill and encourage rural women to create small enterprises in the villages.And also to assist these women's to promote jobs for themselves.

 

The village Yeliwal is located in Kundgol Taluk, district headquarters of Dharwad, Karnataka. This village is 27km far away from Hubli. The village covers total population of more than 5000 with total Household of 1021[approx.]

The group is selected on sorting process by conducting continuous awareness programs in different villages like- Kamadenu, Kamadolli, Hanchinal and Yelewal. Finally we have selected this Yelewal village based on members interest & our criteria.Members of this group is interested to undertake this training to further level of business by converting it into small enterprise.

The challenge in-front of us is to uplift this training program for further process and to give hand holding support to these women's in getting marketing linkage for the products.  

Training Impact

 This training program had a positive impact not only on the trainees but villagers too. How happily team members used to attend this training more than that other villagers were curious to see the colorful dolls which came out of this training program.