Sanwara fights all odds to stand out
Sanwara is a 24-year-old, physically challenged young boy. Despite being dysfunctional from both his legs, he wished to do something in his life. After completing his 8th standard, he joined RMKM in a hope to learn a skill which can make him earn his livelihood.
Not sure from where to start, RMKM helped Sanwara to choose a Wooden Unit which required him to use only his hands. Slowly, he became an adept carpenter and started doing everything confidently in the Wooden Unit. Now he makes beautiful wooden products with carefully crafted designs. Besides, he can also make different types of TLMs, wooden lamps, coaster box, pen stand, photo frame etc.
Owing to his determination, he not only learnt the art himself but also progressed to teach the same to others. Now at the unit, Sanwara is a master Vocational Trainer, where he trains other specially abled children and adults. He also uses different methods and tools of training like jigsaw machine, different types of cutters, drill machine etc.
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About The Program
What the beneficiary gets
Rajasthan Mahila Kalyan Mandal Sanstha (RMKM) runs Daksha Vocational Training Centre for the specially abled and the mentally challenged children/adults in its campus in the Chachivyas village of Ajmer, Rajasthan. Its objective is to make the specially abled self sufficient and an active member of the society.
It imparts vocational skill to ensure that the beneficiaries can earn their livelihood and become financially independent. The vocational unit of RMKM has a wooden unit, a stationary unit, a deco unit and a vermi compost unit.
How it works:
* The Training Centre was supported by Vibha Inc., U.S.A. for five years. It used to take care of the trainers' salaries, raw material required for the units and conveyance of the beneficiaries
* Now, the centre is being run with the help of public and individual donations
* Total number of vocational training units at the centre - 4
* Regular beneficiaries at the centre - 27