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Samanvay - Brining Equality In The Society

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Samanvay (or Samanway) is an social enterprise founded in 2006. The key aim of the organization is promote the spirit of entrepreneurship and imparting skills to different section of the society.

Samanvay (or Samanway) is an social enterprise founded in 2006. The key aim of the organization is promote the spirit of entrepreneurship and imparting skills to different section of the society.

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  • 1. Samanvay - Bringing Equality In The Society
  • 2. About Samanvay Our Philosophy Our Members Past Projects Suvidha – Export Opportunities in European Market Rural Women Employment & Development Centre Future Projects Be A Member For Lifetime © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 2
  • 3. Brining Equality in The Society To eliminate inequality in the society through offering equal opportunities for every one 007 December 2 006 December 2 March 2006 ‘Samanvay’ was formed 25 Members 100 Members 15 Members Completed 2 projects Would complete 5 projects Awards SIFE Regional WNS Grand Slam Winner, 2006 Winner, 2006 © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 3
  • 4. About Samanvay Our Philosophy Our Members Past Projects Suvidha – Export Opportunities in European Market Rural Women Employment & Development Centre Future Projects Be A Member For Lifetime © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 4
  • 5. Our Philosophy “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” (Chinese proverb) “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” (Nelson Mandela) © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 5
  • 6. About Samanvay Our Philosophy Our Members Past Projects Suvidha – Export Opportunities in European Market Rural Women Employment & Development Centre Future Projects Be A Member For Lifetime © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 6
  • 7. Our Executive Team All members of this organization own it and have right to all necessary things to build this organization. Name Designation Qualification Working at Jaspal Singh President MBA (International Pipal Research Marketing) Corporation Ravi Dhanwariya Vice-president MBA (International Maersk Logistics Marketing) Mrinal Agarwal General Secretary MBA (Marketing) Pipal Research Corporation Vikas Gupta Secretary MBA (International MMTC India Ltd. Marketing) Dr. Sanjeev Mittal Treasurer PhD (Marketing) Professor, GGS IP University Mr. Manoj Agarwal (IAS) is our advisory board member, who is providing us help in every matter of the project. © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 7
  • 8. About Samanvay Our Philosophy Our Members Past Projects Suvidha – Export Opportunities in European Market Rural Women Employment & Development Centre Future Projects Be A Member For Lifetime © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 8
  • 9. Suvidha – Export Opportunities in the European Market In Delhi, the project was started in partnership with Drenthe University Team (Netherlands) for women of Nizamudin Basti Suvidha is a women enterprising unit set up by “The Hope Foundation”. It provides stitching and embroidery training to women, who can’t go outside to work. These women manufacture various types of embroidered stuff like T-shirts, bags, Skirts etc. © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 9
  • 10. Problems – What Issues They Were Facing? The units was running in loss and unable to generate enough resources to be self-sufficient in long run. They were facing various problem, like: Inability to find the target market for sales of their products domestically as well as internationally. Inability to compete in the marketplace as cost of production was very high. Inaccessibility to information regarding the customer preference, quality & color patterns. Lack of knowledge of export procedures and international finance. Inability to follow procedures and set standards. © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 10
  • 11. Training – How We Did It? We organize training session with the 5 students from Drenthe University, The Netherlands Our team along with these women drew the pictures of our family to build some comfort levels with these women. Later on, we all drew different kinds of pattern using colors, to check the types of colors and patterns they preferred to use. Our team analyzed the color scheme and patterns used by these women and suggested them different combination which can suit to different European market. © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 11
  • 12. Training – How We Did It? The team consisted of 2 Chinese, 2 Dutch and 1 German student We provided financial training to the finance team at the Suvidha, like; Various issues related to export market Importer-Exporter Code Number Export procedures Various Govt. schemes Exchange rate management © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 12
  • 13. About Samanvay Our Philosophy Our Members Past Projects Suvidha – Export Opportunities in European Market Rural Women Employment & Development Centre Future Projects Be A Member For Lifetime © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 13
  • 14. Rural Women Employment & Development Centre Most of the women of villages of Rohtak district are illiterate and have no income generation sources. Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 To reach to our target audience, we made presentation at different levels. Level 1: We initially tied-up with ‘Lakshmi Precision Screws Limited’ and delivered presentation to its 15 employees. These employees helped us to arrange meeting with the village sarpanch. Level 2: We explained our ideas and plans to the villages sarpanch, who permitted us to hold meeting with the village women. Level 3: We asked these women about their problems and tried to design unique program for them to fulfill their requirements. © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 14
  • 15. Solution – What We Did? We started with 15 villages, but preferred to establish center in 2 village and later on expanded to 5 village. In Sunaria village, the centre was stared with providing sewing, stitching & embroidery training to the women. Forty-seven women took part in the workshop. Women from the surrounding villages are also encouraged to participate in the programmes. In Girward village, focus was on provide training & development to women related to selling FMCG products in and around their village and generate revenue. In early stage, with the support of local brands (Nirol Soap, Swami Namkeen) the pilot run was initiated. It was started with only five women who had undergone the training. © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 15
  • 16. About Samanvay Our Philosophy Our Members Past Projects Suvidha – Export Opportunities in European Market Rural Women Employment & Development Centre Future Projects Be A Member For Lifetime © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 16
  • 17. Creating Value Through Patnership Generate employment opportunities for specially able individuals and works as a consultant for WNS Schools & special institutes Blind schools Maintain database Provide the training resource Schools for specially able Perform the competency people mapping Financing the event Orphan home Identify the training needs provide employment opportunities Women home Organize the training sessions Economically backward individuals Look for other opportunities areas © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 17
  • 18. About Samanvay Our Philosophy Our Members Past Projects Suvidha – Export Opportunities in the European Market Rural Women Employment & Development Centre Future Projects Be A Member For Lifetime © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 18
  • 19. What You Will Learn? T eam work P ersonality development V alue addition to the resume E ntrepreneurship skills N etworking © 2006 Samanvay – For internal use only 19

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