Livelihood Training Programs
People with Disabilities at low education levels have little chances of securing a job in the formal sector; they are looking for options to generate income to sustain their families. In local communities especially the disabled women, find themselves inept at supporting their family due to absence of any professional skill. Society For Rights of All Women with Disabilities realised this need and decided to empower the people of target especially disabled women and girls and mothers of children with special needs. In this direction, a tailoring training centre for disabled women was initiated which is run SFRAWD at Alwarpet.
One of the core objectives of empowerment is on skill enhancement and employability of the target people. Successful training interventions will address the skill demands which derive from the specific socio-cultural and economic environment with a focus on the need to participate in economic and social processes. The programmes need to be designed to have high local relevancy and in-built flexibility.