Go-cashless is the new mantra for women in Mewat

A training conducted on cashless economy in order to promote digital transactions.Be it money matters or social issues, Deepalaya SHG microfinance programme has enabled women to look beyond their households, unit together, solve issues and start a movement in Mewat, a place hitherto known for all the wrong reasons. It was not so easy to see women come out from the four households of their house, manage bank accounts and also raise their voice against social evils.

Our SHG team has worked day in and day out to motivate them and defy age-old practices. The team has been conducting training sessions on a regular basis with the help of external consultants, bank officials to provide credit linkages, make them aware of the current government schemes and also to help them in overcoming new challenges.

 

 

Celebrating failure equally as success

Students posing for the photo befor the dance show.I have failed over and over and that is why I succeed – Michael Jordon

Be it education or latent talent activities, students studying in Deepalaya Learning centers have proved their mettle as have the formal school students. These students are though enrolled in government schools but study in Deepalaya learning centers for remedial education centers. They are taught to celebrate their failure so that they can strategise to succeed later on.

 

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Award

Global CSR Excellence & Leadership award presented by ABP News to Deepalaya