Surekha is a bachelor degree graduate but never entered the workforce
I wished to work after completing my graduation, however I got married and had kids, the housework kept increasing and led to time constraints
I always wanted to work and do something of my own, however I never got the adequate amount of guidance
Ranjana Yadav is from my neighbouring village and is my friend. She keeps me updated about new opportunities & projects of Dharma Life.
Designed to help rural women recognise their own potential and plant a seed of positive restlessness through a series of locally contextual communication campaigns
A contest in which Dharma Life Entrepreneurs to recite their favorite movie dialogues on women empowerment and record and share a video
A contest to encourage Dharma Life Entrepreneurs to think of a business idea they would start and a name for that business
Women sharing life experiences including their growth journeys, pursuit of a goal and life achievements
Provides guidance and direction to beneficiaries, delivered by Dharma Life Entrepreneurs - role models who are a trusted voice of change and progress in the village
Ranjana told me about various courses including stitching, beauty services and farming. I was always interested in stitching and will learn beauty services at a later stage
Jaya courses, curated to suit local preference and opportunities, have been developed by learning experts to ensure delivery of vital, practical information in an accessible and engaging format
Online learning was an amazing experience, our instructor was really impressive […] After enrolling in Jaya it felt like I’m back to college
Allows users to easily access JAYA’s skilling courses and join a community of learners through an app and virtual classrooms. Users can also find local job and business opportunities.
is designed to streamline and facilitate learning through innovative, blended learning journeys. and bring it directly into the homes of beneficiaries
Assists beneficiaries to find employment or start a business with ongoing mentoring, additional training and support to access government schemes and financing
I earn around 2000 INR per month after deducting the expenses of machinery and materials. This money pays for my children’s books and has gone into our contingency fund.
I am all praise for Jaya, it has helped me earn my livelihood and shown me the way forward by providing the necessary skill set… If JAYA keeps supporting us, we will definitely prosper.