Skill Training, Employment for Women & Rehabilitation, Education of Children
Women trained in GGP successfully establish a Production Unit and are earning livelihoods
3 Bridge Schools have been set up at different locations with an intake of 50 students each
Training-cum-production unit is taking both individual & bulk orders
GGP Production cum Training Centre launches it's own brand Spriha Collections.
Spriha Collections aims to become a Self-Sustaining Profit making enterprise, solely by the Women.
Get your clothes & home products stitched at GGP unit and help the women earn a livelihood
Donate Text Books, Stationary, Excess Textile, Tailoring Material, etc., to Bridge Schools or GGP Center
The joint venture of CHORD & Microsoft IT, Hyderabad, the Growth Gene Project aims at sustainable development for the communities of Yellammabanda, the largest slum in Hyderabad. The Project will Rehabilitate 450 Children, provide Employable Skill Training to 450 Women and create measurable community awareness between 2015 and 2018.
We hope to setup an education employment cycle that will enable the future generations to step out of Child Labour.
Skill Training and Employment for 150 women each year
Rescue, rehabilitation and education of 150 child laborers each year
Launch Spriha Collections online and offline as a brand for the products made by the women who are trained in stitching and help establish a self-sustainable enterprise run by them
The project will rehabilitate and educate 450 children, provide employable skill training to 450 women and create measurable community awareness between 2015 and 2018. With this, we hope to set up an education-employment cycle that will enable the future generations to step out of child labor. This also includes community sensitization programs through campaigns, group discussions, workshops etc.
21 communities of N.T.R. Nagar, Yellammabanda, the largest slum in Hyderabad
Women between the age group of 18-35 years and children between the age group of 3 – 7 years
Currently the Center takes both civil (individual) orders for shirts, pants, ladies tops and bags. And bulk orders for Uniforms and Shirts. We have a dedicated Team of 20 Women at the production unit, post training, guided by 4 tailoring masters and headed by a supervisor. The customised production will be branded SPRIHA Collections. By March 2018, Spriha Collections aims to become a Self-Sustaining Profit making enterprise, solely by the Women.
So far, 300 children have been enrolled in the bridge school and 220 women have received skill training. 30 of these women are now employed in the production unit and earning and income for their families. The rest have found jobs in local businesses and some have set up their own.
The production unit is now capable of stitching a wide variety of men and women’s clothing. They stitch up to 800 pieces a month. The centre is expanding slowly to cater to the increasing demand.
The GGP Production Unit Empowers Women while delivering quality products at affordable prices.