Thank you for your support and for helping the poor marginalized girls of Distrcit Toba Tek SIngh.Through your support 109 girls are learning the stiching skill in 6 rural areas.
During the Pandemic lockdown, Society for Human Development did not close their sewing centers, because of the request of our community. We requested the teachers to follow the SOPs and to manage the classes in different shifts daily with each shift consisting of 10 girls. By observing the Government's SOPs all the beneficiaries, SHD staff and our remained safe from the virus.
Women are excited and thankful to Society for Human Development for giving them an opportunity to learn and to help them support their families.
One of the teachers expressed her feeling "In the sewing centres all the young girls and women are from poor families. But all are showing their interest in the training. Through this skill, now they have a source to accomplish or fulfill their dream".
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