Working towards women empowerment and health, under the leadership of Mr. Chandrakant Koticha; in Rural India.
Since 1978, he has pioneered invaluable interventions which have served to alleviate poverty, facilitate quality blood banking facilities, bring about gender equality, rejuvenate educational infrastructure and learning ambience, powered health and wellness campaigns, prevent the genetic blood disorder such as Thalassemia through awareness programs and conserve environment. Over the course of 41 years, he has touched and transformed more than 6 million lives.
The lives of the socially and economically deprived women are transformed through Women Empowerment Program through vocational skill based training for various vocations like sewing, embroidery, catering, beautician practice etc. to make them self-reliant. We also provide supplementary livelihood training like Self-Defense, Gender Equity, Banking, Budgeting & Finance enabling the women to live with dignity and status in the society.
Women can better survive their families and educate children who improve socio-economic status of the society and help GDP growth of the country. After getting skill based training the monthly income per women is INR 6000, the annual income works out to INR 72,000 and for next 30 years she can earn approx. INR 2016 million (Nearly US$ 29,000. The combined income of 8,000 such women will work out to nearly 17.2 billion (nearly US$ 2.293 Millions). This can be considered as a significant Social Return on Investment (SROI).