Skill development and Vocational Training


Most of the times with no technical skill and little education, the physically disabled people find it hard to get a job to earn a livelihood for themselves.

Keeping this thing in mind, HDC decided that apart from providing physical rehabilitation to PwDs in its operational areas like Ganderbal, Baramulla, Bandipora and Kupwara it will also provide them with some kind of training which will help them to achieve the goal of self-sufficiency and will also rehabilitate them financially.

One such effort was various vocational training it organizes from time to time. jute bag training and tailoring and stiching were the latest trainings it provided.

In them a group of more than twenty people were trained for a period of three months. Here the trainees learnt jute bag making art. The tailoring and stiching skills were learnt imparted in the training.

The training was sponsored by overseas donor Abylis.

Before that HDC purchased three cows for some of its beneficiaries to dairy farm, three cow

The organization also provided micro- credit to seven of its beneficiaries to start some small business of its own. Each individual received the credit amount of Rs 10,000.