MAHILA GRUH UDYOG
This Program has been initiated from September2012 onwards which provides them an opportunity to keep them away
from the clutches of poverty. The skill training in
Tailoring & Embroidery has provided these women with income generation
opportunities - be it as micro entrepreneur working out of home or as an employee.
Short Term Objectives
To educate and empower women to become self-employed and financially independent. To develop women's socio-economic status as an owner / manager of a small business.
Long Term Objectives
To impart technical as well as life management skills which will help the women become self-reliant boost their confidence and make them independent.
To provide skill training participants with income generation opportunities - be it as micro entrepreneur working out of home or as an employee.
To form groups amongst the women who together can improve living conditions, health and education facilities through a holistic approach in the communities.
To form small co- operatives to generate business.
To initiate small saving scheme programmes.
To encourage the women to break the cycle of poverty through education and empowerment.
One day Awareness Seminar On “Enactment of the Maintenance and welfare
of Parents and Senior Citizens act, 2007”
Constitutional Safe guards for Senior Citizen, was organised in collaboration with agency
Addressing the immediate needs of the most marginalized populations affected by Natural disasters
HFV works towards providing immediate relief and assists in the rehabilitation process of the affected communities in the aftermath of any calamity. We help communities build their capacity to better cope with and recover from disasters.
Our foremost goal is to build resilience among the community and various stakeholders in case of any disaster. We work closely with communities, who have been affected by disasters.
Recently we provided help to Flood affected Slum Dwellers residing near the Vishwamitri River in Vadodara.
As incessant rains lashed Vadodara district, the rising levels of Ajwa and Pratap pura lakes increased the chances of a flood-like situation in the city. Heavy shower paralysed the city to an extent that people remained indoors.
Vadodara city remained water logged in several areas. The heavy rains led to the Vishwamitri River flowing above 22 feet. which is barely two feet below the danger mark, giving rise to fears of a flood-like situation and pressing disaster management teams to evacuate residents from low lying areas. The local Authorities did their level best in helping people. We also joined them in reaching out to the affected people. The evacuated people were shifted to government schools
Our partner Hans Foundation provided support to enable us reach flood victims in Vadodara