Community Empowerment

Self-reliance and financial independence are two key factors that will help create an empowered generation of women who, in turn, will help uplift their families and the larger society.

To this end, AIM for Seva runs two vocational training centres in Tamil Nadu, three tailoring centres and one non-formal education centre in Uttarakhand. These institutions help to equip the women with vocational skills and basic computer literacy, which will help give them a leg up on the road to progress.

Centres of Community Empowerment

– AIM for Seva Sewing Centre, Bapugram Village, Dehradun District, Uttarakhand (inaugurated in 2002)

– AIM for Seva Non-Formal Education Centre, Shyampur Khadri, Dehradun District, Uttarakhand (inaugurated in 2002)

– AIM for Seva Sewing Centre, Haripur Kalan, Dehradun District, Uttarakhand (inaugurated in 2004)

– AIM for Seva Sewing Centre, Shyampur Khadri, Dehradun District, Uttarakhand (inaugurated in 2007)

– Smt. Seethalakshmi Ammal AIM for Seva Training Centre (Sewing Centre and Computer Centre) Kovilpatti, Thoothukkudi District, Tamil Nadu (inaugurated in 2015)

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AIM for Seva works to expand training opportunities to women in rural and tribal parts of India to empower them and thereby enable socio-economic progress. Help support our efforts in creating this positive cycle of change.