ROING, JANUARY 23: Organized by AMYAA NGO under NABARD sponsored Micro Enterprise Development Programme (MEDP), a thirteen days tailoring course for matured SHGs of Lower Dibang Valley District, concluded today. Thirty women from different SHGs were imparted theoretical and practical training regarding tailoring during the course. The course was aimed at not only enabling the women to add to their family income but also give them a new lease of confidence in leading their lives. On valedictory function organized today, the participants were awarded with certificates by on successful completion of the course.
Addressing the programme’s valedictory function, Nitya Mili DDM, NABARD, ROING advised the trainees to avail the benefits under government schemes and promised to support the people in the region with such goodwill projects which lay importance to rural employment and women empowerment. P.B. Chetry, BM, APRB spoke on the importance of getting skills through proper training. He encouraged the participants to become Entrepreneurs to start their own business and to bring extra income to their families. He assured the trainees to avail bank loans if they come up with proper business plans.
Speaking on the concluding day, RK Paul Chawang, Secretary of AMYAA (NGO) appreciated participants for taking active part throughout the Micro Entrepreneurship Development Programme (MEDP) in Tailoring. He encouraged them to take up such alternative income generating activities and to pass on the message to more rural women and unemployed youth
in the villages and to take advantage of the training facilities available at AMYAA NGO training centre.