DXC India offers training support to underprivileged women

DXC India offers training support to underprivileged women

 December 07, 2022

DXC Technology India (DXC) announced a partnership with India-based non-profit, Samiti For Education Environment Social And Health Action (SEESHA) to help empower underprivileged women gain training in vocational skills.

Helping transform women into confident artisans

Some 753 women and girls have been enrolled and are being trained in skills such as tailoring, artificial jewelry making, and a beautician course.

"Through this initiative, we were able to help transform these women into confident artisans. With these new skills, they can support their families with dignity," said DXC Technology

Providing charitable services to the needy

SEESHA was founded in 2003 by philanthropist Dr. Paul Dhinakaran. Registered under the Trust Act, it was started with the vision of providing charitable services to the needy. The organization works to eliminate poverty and the empowerment of downtrodden communities including youth, women, senior citizens, and disabled people.

Over the years, as the organization continued to grow, its approach to humanitarian service also evolved – broadening from charity to welfare, from welfare to rehabilitation and from rehabilitation to holistic development. Today, through the Community Advancement Programme (CAP), SEESHA adopts villages and implements tailor-made activities for their holistic development into smart villages.

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