of women are never enrolled in school
working-age women do not participate
in the labour force
in the labour force
of small businesses are run by women
Sambhav leads women to a life of greater financial and
Access to Hard
Provide easy access to training centres and classrooms within the community.
Create learning hubs with a specially designed curriculum and formative assessments by qualified trainers.
Bring together women leaders and role models from the business community to inspire and motivate women.
Create links to the formal economy through the local ecosystem, provide on-job training, working capital financing and business opportunities.
Create a network of local community partnerships to enhance livelihood opportunities.
Encourage alumni interaction and cross-discipline referral networks for upskilling opportunities.
Create a self-sustained ecosystem by advocating collaboration with private and government organizations.
Training hours per Candidate
Connected to opportunities
"I've had to be a caretaker and the contributor to the family income from a very young age. I had to discontinue my education in class 10 to take care of my siblings and start earning. Being a dropout from school, finding a job was difficult. Now, I've been able to get a job as Assistant Beautician with a salary of INR 7000 per month. I'm thankful for this opportunity to learn and earn."
I was able to get a job as a receptionist and a monthly salary Rs 10,000. Now I have a good career and I'm able to support my family financially.
I used to work as a Data Operator, and was unhappy due to the earning and growth. Now I run my shop. I have gained self-confidence and respect in my family as well as the community.
I was provided with a sanitization kit after my training. Now I have started sanitizing the Panchayat office, shops, and vehicles. I'm able to earn 500 to 600 rupees per day and I'm helping to control the spread of disease.
Sanitization and Hygiene Entrepreneur