Leadership training programmes form the essential core capacity building program
They ensure that the basic framework, vision and strategies of the movement are understood by all and that women are able to deliver this message to other women, policy makers, and the world as leaders.
Participants live with a SEWA member and follow her daily activities for three days and nights.
After the visit, the participants and women come together to share their experiences, analyse the policies and structures contributing to poverty, and develop alternate approaches that meet real needs.
EDP helps participants move beyond a theoretical, abstract understanding to experience first-hand the realities of village life, the needs of self-employed women, and the effect of SEWA’s services, and the strengths of the women.
To understand working of self employed woman’s association, and activities carried by its Academy centre,
Its contribution to the society and especially for woman employment.
By doing this project and visiting the self employed woman’s association, and Academy center we can understand that how can poor people or illiiterate people can work and head of N.G.O. managed the people in large number.
The Task force and Trade Security Fund must be formed keeping in mind the long term implications of women’s participation in trade as driving force for economic growth and development.
Linkages have to be established with private sector and civil society organizations. Such partnerships should address the needs of all the stakeholders involved, thus creating a win-win situation for high economic growth and development.