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Women Empowerment

Skill development and livelihood: Sakhi-Skill and Knowledge Development is a women empowerment project associated with Sankalp Manav Vikas. The project aims to provide tailoring training skills and pre-primary education to women and provide livelihood opportunities. In the last two years, LTI provided tailoring training to 334 women, making them self-employed with support of marketing linkages. The family income of the women doubled, making them empowered, earning members of their families, and allowing them to save money for themselves.

The women artisan’s skill enhancement: The Women Artisan’s Skill Enhancement Project trains women from tribal communities to re-create Warli, a tribal craft from Maharashtra, and further links them to markets in partnership with UNDP and CAF. We have reached 2200 women artisans across Mumbai and the Thane region through this project. Women were supported with livelihood opportunities even during the COVID-19 pandemic by generating orders of exclusive Warli face masks across India and the world through the LTI initiative.

Partnering with UN Women, LTI provides livelihood opportunities to 150 rural women, engaging them in off-farm activities leveraging the Coconut Value Chain at Vasai, Thane, and Palghar districts in Maharashtra.


The Digital Sakshar program, implemented in marginalized communities, helps the youth learn IT skills to enhance employability.

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Specially-Abled Youth

The “I-Learn I-Earn” project, which is a Presidential award-winning initiative, helps differently-abled youth learn computer skills.

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The smile of success!

The success story of the 30-year-old Razia is the one of ultimate grit that rooted into her determination to contribute financially to her family, the urge to be skilled and help other women discover their path to happiness and success.

She is today an expert Warli art trainer at Angaon, a village adjoining Bhiwandi.

Reviving the Warli Art Form: A Report

A Multi-Dimensional Story of Women Artisans and Warli