The Foundation engages with partners to undertake projects to empower women from economically weaker sections to become gainfully employed, including being self- employed.
The Foundation partnered with Socio Economic and Education Development Society (SEEDS) to facilitate and promote personal hygiene of school and college going girls and women in rural villages in and around Jamshedpur in the East Singbhum district of Jharkhand. A sanitary pad manufacturing unit has been established. This project also ensures employment for at least 30 women in the surrounding villages.
The skills training project for Beauty & Hair Care at Sikkim is geared towards making women financially independent, either as entrepreneurs or making a career in this profession.