Operation Equip India (OEI) offers livelihood services that include vocational training, micro-financing, self-help group formation, and advocacy to empower individuals with disabilities in rural areas to create sustainable sources of income.
Helping an individual to become a skilled artisan in eight months with Equip India's comprehensive tailoring and embroidery training program.
OEI empowers individuals with disabilities through Self Help Groups, fostering economic independence and inclusive development in communities.
Empowering communities with business planning and financial management skills through training programs for SHG.
OEI provides micro financing and loans to start micro-businesses, empowering individuals for income generation and economic growth.
Empowering women with disabilities at the native villages and residential settings, through short term tailoring training by OEI.
OEI helps advocacy for obtaining government benefits for their overall well-being and inclusion for individuals with disabilities
Few of the most asked questions – answered.
OEI provides various livelihood services including vocational training, micro-financing, self-help group formation, and advocacy support for individuals with disabilities in rural areas.
Vocational training programs offered by OEI are designed to benefit individuals with disabilities, particularly rural women, who wish to acquire skills in areas such as tailoring and embroidery.
OEI provides micro-financing or loans to individuals with disabilities to help them start micro-businesses, creating income-generating opportunities and promoting financial independence.
OEI promotes the formation of self-help groups (SHGs) in villages, which provide a supportive community environment for individuals with disabilities to collaborate, share resources, and collectively work towards income generation and economic empowerment.
OEI conducts training programs for self-help groups (SHGs) to enhance their skills in small business planning and financial management, enabling them to make informed decisions and effectively manage their enterprises.
Yes, OEI offers short-term tailoring training programs conducted in villages specifically for women with disabilities who are unable to attend training in the city, ensuring accessibility to vocational skills development.
OEI advocates for individuals with disabilities to obtain government grants, subsidized loans, Unique Disability ID (UDID) cards, free rail and bus pass facilities, and other benefits that can support their livelihood and economic well-being.
Individuals can access the livelihood services provided by OEI by reaching out to the organization directly, inquiring about the available services, and following the necessary application procedures.
The livelihood services offered by OEI are aimed at individuals with disabilities in rural areas, providing support and opportunities for income generation irrespective of specific regions or communities.
Individuals can support OEI’s livelihood services by volunteering their time and expertise, contributing to micro-financing initiatives, providing mentorship to self-help groups, and advocating for inclusive policies and opportunities for individuals with disabilities in the realm of livelihood.
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