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Demystifying GST: One-day training session in Naultha
The benefits of a GST certification are enormous. Anybody who is financial or a taxation professional, student, chartered accountant or a graduate, can avail the following:
“A little step may be the beginning of a great journey”- The Two-day Training Session on Starting a Tailoring Business
According to reports by the United Nations, women in India represent 29 percent of the country’s labor force. However, more than half of the work done by female workers is unpaid, informal and unprotected.
Kreate Welfare and Empowerment Foundation is tackling the issue by distributing ration on a monthly basis to underprivileged families, thereby enabling them to think beyond their daily needs.
In order to alleviate the situation, we have initiated Internet services across the schools and also tended to the problem of power supply including the provision of electrical appliances.
Gender Equality and Empowerment
Kreate Welfare and Empowerment Foundation offers free tailoring and stitching courses across various locations for women. In the training centers, students are trained by a qualified tailoring professional.
Kreate Welfare and Empowerment Foundation has set up computer education centers in Urlana Village to provide free courses. We have also hired professional trainers to conduct the training sessions.
Vocational Trainings at Kreate Welfare and Empowerment Foundation.
At the training centers initiated by Kreate Foundation at Naultha and Urlana, we run regular skilled trainings in computer education and tailoring.
Overcoming Gender and Economic Disparities through Vocational Skills
Vocational and professional skills play a significant role in overcoming economic and social marginalization. It is especially necessary in emerging economies such as India where high rates of unemployment and drop-outs have been leading to socio-economic distress.
Mobilizing Sustainable Measures towards Development
On 1st January 2016, 17 sustainable development goals or SDGs were laid down by the United Nations to mobilize efforts by countries and organizations to end all forms of poverty, fight inequalities, and tackle climate change.