Sewing Machine Training under skill Development
The KCS Foundation has made a significant impact on the lives of women and girls by providing training on sewing machines. Through this training, the foundation has empowered 642 women and girls to develop a new skill that they can use to earn a livelihood. The results of the training have been positive, with 120 women now self-employed and earning a decent income each month.
This initiative highlights the foundation's commitment to empowering women and girls and providing them with the skills and resources they need to succeed. The training has not only helped these women and girls improve their financial situations but also given them a sense of pride and independence. The foundation's efforts to train women and girls in sewing and support their self-employment is an example of how it is working to make a positive impact in the lives of those it serves.