SKill training on Banan fibber exraction and production

SWEAD  is an organization that specializes in skill training related to the extraction and production of banana fiber. This type of training can be incredibly valuable, both for poor individuals looking to develop new skills and for communities seeking to create sustainable economic opportunities and alternative for plastic use.  By empowering individuals with these skills, SWEAD  is helping to create new economic opportunities and promote sustainable practices. 


A few years ago, Mrs, Deepa  (Mobile number : (091-9488838351) suffered a fall-related injury when gathering cattle fodder from a social forest near her Alambady village in Bhuvanagiri block. The injury forced her to stop going to the social forest for fodder. Mrs Deepa ,ultimately sold the cow, which was a source of income for the family. “I began to wonder how I would sustain my family,” she says.

Shortly after, Mrs, Deepa and her husband started a small hotel in their village with a cow sold amount of Rs,40,000. Then COVID-19 came and Mrs, Deepa husband Mr, S. Mathavaraj killed by Corona Delta variant. and she ran into heavy losses. Once again, Mrs, Deepa began looking for other livelihood options. This time around, thanks to the Stichting cloverleaf foundation programme, she found a viable solution in Banana fibber training and production. With support from SWEAD, Mrs, Deepa makes nearly Rs,5000 for one month from product banana baskets and other Banana production. I have three children ‘Earlier I was very idle; Our self-help women groups selected me  as a beneficiaries for SWEAD project. now I am active and hope the Banana fiber production program will help me to feed my children and educate them. Now I am freeing from the four walls of the house and also became from clutches of the moneylenders.

By empowering individuals with these skills, SWEAD  is helping to create new economic opportunities and promote sustainable practices. 

Funded by Stichting CLF  to the significant Project.

Goat for the poor widow

SWEAD organizations play a crucial role in supporting underprivileged communities in India. One such initiative is the provision of goats for poor widows. This program offers an opportunity for these women to generate income and lead a dignified life.

By providing goats to poor widows, SWEAD  empowering them to be self-reliant and providing them with the means to support themselves and their families. This program not only helps alleviate poverty but also helps to build stronger communities by promoting independence and self-sufficiency.

Overall, the provision of goats for poor widows is a noble initiative that helps to uplift underprivileged communities and promote sustainable development.

Education for poor Children

Evening classes for Covid victims of poor Dalit and tribal children in Tour target villlages of Cuddalore  it is crucial to recognize the significant challenges these communities have faced as a result of the pandemic. With schools closed and limited access to online learning, many children from marginalized groups have fallen behind in their education.

To address this issue, evening classes have been organized to provide educational support to these children. These classes are designed to cater specifically to the needs of Dalit and tribal children, who often face additional barriers to accessing quality education. The classes are held in small groups and are led by trained teachers who provide individualized attention to each student.

Furthermore, these classes not only help children catch up on their studies, but they also provide a safe and supportive environment for them to learn and grow. The classes are held with strict adherence to Covid-19 safety protocols to ensure the health and safety of all participants.

Overall, evening classes for Covid victims of poor Dalit and tribal children in  are a crucial initiative in ensuring that all children have access to education, regardless of their background or circumstances. It is a step towards creating a more equitable and inclusive society where every child has the opportunity to thrive.

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