Monday, 3 October 2016

Skill upgrade training

End Poverty set up Ajeevika Craft Center in 2010 as a part of its Women livelihood project. From its inception these women have been given regular skill upgrade trainings. One such training took place in the last week of August. This was a training program designed by Rhizome . 

 The trainer Ms. Varalika held week long training where she introduced 3 new ranges of products to our artisans.
Our artisans took part in the training very enthusiastically and grasped all the new techniques and tips taught by the trainer.

The product ranges introduced are Tableware, Organisers and Bags and clutches.
Ajeevika Craft Center would soon be launching its new product ranges.
Table ware comes in a set of 1 table runner, 6 each of placemats, coasters, napkins and cutlery case.
Organisers have a travel oraganiser, passport case, tissue holder, hygiene case and stationery case.

They were also taught 2 varieties of tote bags and clutches and a sling bag. The trainer was able to bring out the best talent the artisans already possessed and use it in the products. 

All in all the training was a big success and we look forward to an exciting range of new products hitting the market very soon. 

Trainees  proudly showcasing  the products they made

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