Underserved individuals living in rural Indian villages often struggle to find consistent work. Since vocational training is not available, many are forced to work as day workers on farms, construction, or scavenge for a living.
Every year HOMM's tailoring centers train over 20 women. This project focused on empowering underprivileged and marginalized women. The students will use their newfound skills to help support their families and communities. They also qualified to teach others, ensuring the program's continued success.