Freedom Fighters' Rehab
Sewing Machine Project
The sewing machine project
helps the poor rural women who have virtually no work and thus remain
unproductive. Most of them have no land to cultivate. A B Foundation gives
these under privileged women training on sewing and under the project they
learn to earn for their families.
There are donation of 15 sewing machine from Australia to facilitate the
women. Training programs are arranged to make the women skillful so that
their products are up to the mark to compete in the market.
Additional to training, home skills, family healthcare, food and nutrition
are being taught. There is future plan for teaching literacy.
The project is running with 15 sewing machine which was set up by the help
of Australia. There is a need for more machines. To do this further
financial support is required.
development needs to be the marketing of the products. The products are
currently being used internally. The women produce uniforms for the students
of Amena Baki Residential Model School and planning to supply to other
As further products are developed, national and international markets are
options. The building has been expanded to include a shop front on the main
road for display of goods for sale.