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Srujna Sheroes in the making– support a woman changemaker

Srujna is a not for profit transforming underprivileged women into ‘Srujna Sheroes’ through sustainable livelihood opportunities.

Srujna Sheroes are woman changemakers from the lesser privileged communities who have showed courage to create a meaningful life for themselves and others. 

“Mujhe bahar jane se bilkul dar nahi lagta, pehle lagta tha, abhi nahi!” was the proclamation of the courageous Rupali Satpute, a house wife who started a project for the welfare of underprivileged and uneducated women.
Rupali Satpute, started tailoring to financially support her family. Even after marriage with two children, she never stopped learning. With her strong will power she learnt English, started earning and simultaneously managed her family and her two children. She confidently says “I am not afraid of talking to new people”.
She recently got promoted as supervisor but did not confine herself to tailoring, but also started project “Shivan” for women in skill training and supported women to survive and made them independent. Now she says that she loves empowering her fellow women and taking everyone along.

When women earn, communities progress - it is estimated that women spend 90% of their income on health, education and their family. If empowered, underprivileged women are capable of creating waves of change!

Srujna supports these underprivileged women by providing them the resources and abilities for livelihood development. The main activities it undertakes are skill training, business training and market linkage. It has provided livelihood to over 6000 women in a mere span of 5 years.
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We are planning to reach out to 100 women; to provide them skill development trainings and creating different channels of work for women such as exhibitions and products orders. We require INR 5,14,000 for the project, details of which are outlined below:

TOTAL        (Amt in INR)
Skill Training for 100 women
Trainer fees
Training women in tailoring, jewellery making and other crafts

Helper fees
Assisting the trainer in teaching

Raw Materials
Raw material per person of INR 500

Tools per person on INR 300

Refreshments per person of INR 100

Part Salary Program Cordinator
Managing and monitoring trainings

Part Salary Merchandiser
Monitoring production and getting post training work

Admin cost of part rent, communication and travel

Creating new samples for work generation


We need more Srujna Sheroes to bring about change at the community level. Support us with your contribution, your every rupee will count!
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23rd June 2017
Srujna has reached out to 10 underprivileged women in Andheri and 15 women in Thane to provide them with skills training and livelihood support through the funds raised in Milaap. We thank each and every donor for believing in us.
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3rd April 2017
Srujna Sheroe
Parul Shanwar- Nurse

“Mujhe kisi bhi halaat mein padna tha!”, says a 26-year-old Paru Shanwar, 
who dreamt of a life of respect and dignity. Born to a single mother, resources were scanty and education was a luxury.But she not only completed her graduation, but dreamt of higher studies. 
That’s when she found about the nursing course and enrolled in it. Through the course, she struggled with the fees but that did not deter her. After hard work and efforts she got financial aid from a local NGO. Today, she is a nurse in Parsee General Hospital, Mumbai. She is an independent woman supporting her siblings and mother.
25th March 2017
Srujna Shero
Ranju Jha- Single Mother, Handicraft Artist

"Khud kuch karna padta hai, apne liye, apne parivaar ke liye!" says the strong willed Ranju Jha, a single mother who with her sheer determination and hardwork has not only supported her family financially but also educated her daughter.
In her married life, Ranju Jha, a housewife never imagined working for a living, but after her husband's sudden death, Ranju had no where to go. With two daughters to take care of and no financial aid, she felt completely destroyed. It was at that time that she held herself strong, and decided to work, for herself and for her family. Not being educated or skilled, she could get a job easily. She learnt tailoring and embroidery from the ground up and started working with a local group for work. Since then she has come a long way and is now the group's administrative head.
Despite so many hardships, Ranju is always enthusiastic and finds
a thrill in selling her products at various exhibitions! She exclaims “I love talking to people and when they buy products that we have made, it makes me very happy!"
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raised of Rs.514,000 goal

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Supporters (14)

Prerak donated Rs.3,500
over 1 year ago

I strongly believe women have the strength to not just empower themselves but entire community, entire nation. Furthering this cause and celebrating the spirit of women, I wish to donate today to celebrate women's day and my better half's birthday......

Mohammed donated Rs.1,000
over 1 year ago
Sudhir donated Rs.5,000
over 1 year ago
Mohit donated Rs.5,000
over 1 year ago

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Anonymous donated Rs.300
over 1 year ago
Samira donated Rs.12,232
over 1 year ago

Strength to Strength An inspiration to us all 🙏