The main objective of the programe was to built self confidence and motivation for earning money for unemployed, single, and economically backward women of the society.
Vocational Service Month of RI District 3292 is observed each January to emphasize the involvement of clubs in the everyday practice of the ideals of vocational service which includes sponsoring a vocational service activity or project.
After brainstorming for few days RAC Butwal South and RAC Rupandehi came up with an idea of “ FREE BASIC TAILORING TRAINING “ program by collaborating with Vocational and Skill Development Training Center of Government of Nepal.
The program includes 3 months (390 hrs.) of free Basic Tailoring training which is going on at Dumre Niwas, Tilottama-5, Manigram. The program includes 30 female participants who are aspiring to be an entrepreneur. The training will help them make confident and independent for sure. The basic tailoring is given to those females who were trying to make a positive dent in the society but couldn’t get the opportunity. Rotaract club of Butwal South and Rotaract Club of Rupandehi realized what was lacking in the society and then the idea of Basic Tailoring emerged.
The Rotaract Club of Butwal South would like to thank, Rtr. Ranjit Rajbhar, the President of Rotaract Club of Rupandehi for making Rtr. Deepa Pathak the chairperson of the program. The program witnessed the inspiring speech delivered by Deputy Mayor, Jageswori Chaudhari. The special guest was Head Officer (Butwal Branch) of Vocational and Skill Development Training Center of Government of Nepal, Balkrishna Aryal. The Guest were the president of RAC Butwal South, Rtn. Tara Nath Kandel Past president of rac rupandehi Rtr. Hari Pantha , IPP of Rac Rupandehi Pratab Bhandari and the president of RAC Rupandehi, Rtn. Raju Kharel. The program was coordinated by Rtr. Bimal and Rtr. Amrit Bhusal. The program trainer is Anju KC.
The Past President of Rotaract Club of Butwal South Rtr. Dhurba KC has already offered a job opportunity for the participants, if they are willing to enroll in jobs. Rotaract Club is optimistic that the program will boost women’s courage and make them self-reliant.