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Gender-Sensitive Citizenship: An Ebong Alap AMAN Trust Initiative

Project Period: May-June 2016 to May-June 2017 AMAN Trust in collaboration with Ebong Alap, Kolkata aims to execute the project on creating a Gender Sensitive Citizenship in the regions of West Bengal supported by Human Capability Foundation (HCF). For past five years, AMAN and Ebong Alap have jointly executed various projects concerning gender justice, peace… View Article

Women Weavers Welfare Initiative in Baragaon village, Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh

Project Period: 1st May 2017 to 30th April 2018 Barabanki district in Uttar Pradesh state has a thriving craft of hand woven fabrics. However, with increasing mechanization of production, power looms, dominance of middle men and other such factors, many weavers are forced to leave their traditional profession and migrate to towns and cities in… View Article

Market Aligned Skill Training (MAST) program, Jammu & Kashmir- an Update

Project Period: 1st December 2015 to 31st May 2017 J&K MAST project, a joint initiative of AMAN Public Charitable Trust, New Delhi, The American India Foundation Trust, India and American India Foundation, United States aimed to explore various livelihood possibilities for school dropout youths in the region. The project targeted at providing suitable industrial training… View Article

The Indian Public Library Movement (IPLM), Jammu & Kashmir

Project Period: 1st December 2016 to 30th November 2017 The public library development in India remains an untouched affair. Most of the public libraries in India are either under-utilised or lack adequate resources to cater to the demand of its users. Considering that the public libraries are easy to access knowledge centres, it demands urgent… View Article

Livelihood Generation Programme in Jehanabad

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