Skills For Employability

Skills For Employability 2012: Bahawalpur Feb 6th to Aug 6th

The first round of Skills For Employability started in 2012, with the aim of enabling women to develop certain skills that they could capitalize on. This included not just hard skills trainings, but a soft skills understanding as well that allowed for the women to become more market aware. This led to numerous women becoming able enough to become micro-entrepreneurs and run their own innovative trade chains and small scale businesses.

  • Number of Training Centers Created: 40
  • Number of trainees: 1000
  • Number of Rounds: 1
  • Number of Market Linkages created: 40
  • Village outreach in Bahawalpur: 80
  • Trainers trained: 20
  • Skills learnt: Enbellishement, Taarkashi, Aplique, Gotta, Embroidery
PARTNERSHIP WITH BRITISH ASIAN TRUST