Parivartan Programme (Umoja module) and its Impact

Promila, a normally shy person, lives in Amar Colony, on the edges of Delhi. Married with 5 children, and one earning member, the family lived less than hand to mouth.

untitled-3A neighbour told her about Deeper Life Church which partners with EFICOR and Promila was invited last year to participate in Parivartan program where the community and the church work together for their development. With a smile on her face, Promila states that Parivartan Umoja module trainings have changed her way of thinking. She learnt embroidery and uses her skills to earn and bring in money into their home.

Promila interacts with thread sellers, her neighbours and others encouraging them to participate in the project. Promila leveraged the support and training she got from the project to change her family’s life altogether. They have been able to buy a small house, rear pigs, and expand her embroidery skills, completing her diploma in embroidery. In a short span of a year, Promila had moved from house wife to a woman who people look up to.

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