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Workshops across India to empower women on self defense

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Asif Rahman, 51, started learning martial arts when I was 12 years old after watching a Bruce Lee Movie. I come from a remote village of West Bengal where it was very difficult to commute. I found the best training centre that was 85 KM from my place and started going there for training . I went there regularly everyday to learn full contact form of martial arts for 9 Years. I have been learning various forms of martial arts from last 28 years and still ongoing.

One day my daughter suggested me to deliver my services and help to women sector as that was and still a essential need for any women. Since then I started training girls / women on self defense and till date have trained more than 50,000 girls in India free of cost.

We are doing workshops across India to empower women on self defense and we need to do much more than what we are doing today. The money is needed for the trainers, transport, equipment so that we can spread our wings to reach each and every part of India where we can be of help.

Detailed description of Fund Utilization

1. Per Workshop Cost approx 50,000 INR
    Travelling Cost, Training Cost, Promotional Cost, Food and  Lodging for Trainers.

2. 4 Workshops in a Month covering 400 Girls / Women which comes to Rs.125 per participant.

3. We intend to cover 48000 to 50000 Female Participants in a Calender Year.

4 We intend to cover 48 Workshops in a Year with your support.
Recolonization by Educational Institute
Recolonization by Educational Institute
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Rs.2,500 raised

Goal: Rs.2,500,000

Beneficiary: OPEN HAND COMBAT info_outline

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Anonymous donated Rs.2,500