Promoting the Handicrafts of Southern Punjab through Women Social Enterprises
The proposed project aims to establish three small scale social enterprises, managed by the artisan communityâ€™s common interest groups in Tehsil & District Multan. Establishing these enterprises would enable 125 women & 15 men artisans belonging to Union Council Binda Sandeela to practice their indigenous embroidery & art work and earn a decent income by practicing the following 05 trades;Â Advance Level Hand Embroidery,Â Advance Training on Cuts & Stitching, Drafting & Tracing -Â Pattern Making, Screen / Block Printing â€“ Ajrak Making, and Adda Work.
The objectives of the proposed project are as under:Â Â
FDO aims to empower the vulnerable communities in UC Binda Sandeela,Â Tehsil & District MultanÂ through:
Union Council Binda Sandila, Multan.
Key Interventions/ Achievements:
- Organizing communities into 05 Common Interest Groups (CIGâ€™s)
- Training 125 women & 15 men in advanced level marketable vocational trades
- Establishing 03 Small Scale Enterprises and developing their linkages for sales/ marketing.Â
90 female trained in advance Level Hand Embroidery
10 participants (5 F+ 5M) trained in drafting and Tracing - Pattern Making
10 participants (5 F+ 5M) trained in advance Training on Cuts & Stitching
20 females trained in advance Adda work