Micro Enterprise Development Program being run by NABARD under Plastic Free India, training is being given to micro industries by organizing camps
New Delhi. National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development, NABARD, is running a large-scale training program to make eco-friendly bags and other products as part of the efforts being made by the Central Government towards the dream of plastic-free India including women’s self-reliance and environmental protection. In Bharatpur, hundreds of women of self-help groups are being trained in making reed products including jute by organizing camps at the village level across the district under the micro-enterprise development program by NABARD, so that women can make jute bags, carry By making many products including bags, reeds, tables, chairs, she is becoming self-dependent by setting up her own micro-enterprise and helping her family to strengthen their financial condition.
Along with training from time to time to the women of the group, fixed honorarium and free food are also being given free of cost by the organization. Along with this, full help is being given by the organization for the marketing of raw materials and their products for the working women, so that the woman can work from her home and become financially strong and fulfill the needs of her family. . Apart from this, many other important information is also being provided by the institutions including the process of getting the loan.
So that women can help in the development of the country by starting small scale industries. In this way these women will be able to provide good education and nutrition to their children.