More than 90 women of Lower Dibang Valley were conferred certificates of RPL-PMKVY recognition of prior learning on two shaft handloom weaver yesterday at the premises of AMYAA NGO, Roing freshly inaugurated multi-skill training centre by Superintendent of Police Lower Dibang Valley, Sanjay Kumar Sain who was the chief guest on the occasion. The RPL-PMKVY certification is the outcome of a two-day training program on two shaft handloom weaver imparted to the womenfolk across two districts of Lower Dibang Valley and Changlang in Arunachal Pradesh earlier in the month of March.
The chief guest, who often closely engages with the grassroots community on issues close to his heart like drug addiction, swachch bharat abhiyan, etc. apart from carrying out his duties of looking after law and order situation of the district, encouraged the huge gathering of womenfolk to grab the opportunities of PMKVY with both hands and in the right spirit being facilitated by Chanu Creations in collaboration with AMYAA NGO as it will bring them greater empowerment, economic freedom and well-being. The SP also applauded the efforts of RK Paul Chawang, the chief functionary of AMYAA NGO and Indira Chirom, CEO of Chanu Creations for being so enterprising to be able to bring this kind of government schemes to the doorsteps of so many deserving womenfolk.
Sanjay Kumar Sain further expressed pleasure on being able to inaugurate the AMYAA NGO multi-skill training facility earlier on in which the certificate distribution ceremony could be incidentally held. He further assured AMYAA NGO to extend all possible help and assistance in their future endeavours. Meanwhile Paul Chawang enlightened the gathering how much efforts he put in across ten years of his engagement in the NGO sector to be now put up in place this humble multi-skill training facility. Even Indira Chirom could not help but applaud Paul Chawang for his dedication, patience and efforts and come this far in his endeavours.
The CEO of Chanu Creations on the occasion urged the gathered womenfolk to take advantage of the opportunities being presented through the RPL-PMKVY certification on two shaft handloom weaver in terms of availing Mudra loans to start their own handloom businesses and collaborate with Chanu Creations for marketing and sale and also further take up advance training and skilling in this sector.
Meanwhile, one day earlier, Chanu Creations also conferred certificates to more than 900 women in Changlang district at Diyun who had undergone the RPL-PMKVY two shaft handloom weaver. It is expected that the enterprising womenfolk of these districts will have an able partner in Chanu Creations to scale new heights in their traditional handloom sector.