Economic transformation doesn’t take place over night. It takes patience, perseverance and persistence. Therefore, even the smallest nudge should be celebrated.
Exciting to see that 79% of the women, enrolled in our trainings, reported a greater participatory role in the decision making process within their families. This implies that women who did uptake skills post our trainings to generate an income, managed to earn greater authority with respect to decisions involving the allocation of resources, expenditures and household income for family welfare.
With a greater authority in decision making, women find themselves in a better position to make informed choices regarding health and education of the children, savings, investment and food security for the family.
Become “one part” of Kaarvan’s whole community lets build the capacity of the women and ourselves to delight and wonder in the feeling of fellowship through creation.
The Impact assessment study was conducted with 217 female trainees, 8 months after their engagement for 3 months training course at Kaarvan Crafts Foundation Training Institutes in Gujranwala and Bahawalpur.