Besides a livelihood initiative of hand embroidery for the rural women, the organisation runs art and craft initiatives in the same villages. The NGO imparts craft education to 30 rural girls who learn paper quilling and crochet craft. From this financial year the rural girls will be taught the art of hand embroidery as well.
In this art and craft group there are 10 rural children who are practicing Gond Art, a tribal art form of Central India. The children of the villages are learning art and craft with immense enthusiasm. Before the intervention of Aham Bhumika use of paint, brushes, canvas, paper quilling tools, crochet and threads etc. was a distant dream for these children. All these materials were not available / accessible to these children who are immensely talented.
At the moment more than 40 children are learning art and craft in the activity centre at Borda.
The children involved in the activity of painting are doing wonderful art work. The main aim of this initiative is to develop creativity among the rural children and encourage them to learn more art forms and in future pursue career in the field of art and craft.
To continue this initiative we need funds for the following purposes:
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