Our pilot sewing class in the hamlet of Banadur was initially started for women, but due to public demand now includes men as well. We'll take the leanings from here and incorporate as we expand this programme to more villages going ahead. Soon, the participants will be able to make a living off the skills learnt here.
Dr Seemma Saadikha was awarded the Roshnii Young Achiever's Award in the field of NGOs in May this year. Have a look at what the media has been saying about us recently.
It was a wonderful experience on the 83rd Airforce Day at Airforce Training centre, Belgaum.........
During our visit to one of the village schools, the panchayat and the head master from a neighbouring village invited us .....
Occasion ended but the fun filled activities continued, this time at Banadur govt school. talent show was a bigger success with rangoli contest, singing contest , cultural dance and most important .......
Namma Mitra conducted mobile repair training camp in Banadur village, the first ever Skill development course conducted in the village. It was an opportunity and fresh start for those who couldn't pursue further studies for various reasons...
Banadur - A 18 year old village in Dharwad District, which houses over 300 residents finally, gets its #unlimited #cleanpower supply for basic lighting & #ELearning facility for children. The event was marked by the presence of Smt #PriyaDutt (NDMCT), who was recently awarded Super Woman Award for her work in Social Service inaugurated the solar grid and E-Shala program.
Young Woman Rising A women empowerment awareness program by #nammamitra foundation in association with #NDMCT (Nargis Dutt Memorial Charitable Trust)
The event was conducted in ASM women’s college, #Bellary. Smt #priyadutt & #seemasaadikha had an interactive discussion with the students and management. The scope of discussion included issues faced by women and how to overcome them. Encouragement of Women to take up leadership roles were also discussed
E-Shala (E-Learning) Program has already begun creating waves in Banadur, students from other villages have also started participating in the E-Shala Program.
The number of students is increasing on daily base and the word is spreading wild.
A few students we spoke to are aiming @ 85% this year in their finals. This is a good sign, we thank you for your encouragement and support.
A project to rejuvenate forest lakes in partnership with the local government, while involving locals in this social responsibility to save the environment.
To Help around 100 houses in remote villages of Kukkrewada & Drupadhiwada access basic power for lighting.
To set up a Computer Lab for students providing 400 village students an opportunity the access and to excel in information technology.
NAMMA MITRA works on a wide range of projects connecting with numerous villages and rural communities across the regions of Karnataka.
Our mission focuses on alleviating the rural underprivileged by providing healthcare, education and vocational training, where there is a serious lack of it. We aim at empowerment by creating sustainable employment opportunities to help establish sustainable livelihoods and improve their overall well being.
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Volunteers are expected to act with respect and respond to the locals and take their valuable feedback and do not make any promises
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