Thursday, April 15, 2021

Women run micro- enterprise launched in Nagaland

Seva Kendra

Dimapur, January 29: SEWA Shakti Kendra (SSK) launched its first women run centre in Nagaland at Angami Women Organization (AWO) Building, Congress Bhavan Kohima today.

Two more centres would be opened in February at 5th Mile, Dimapur and Pfutseo town, Phek.
The SEWA Shakti Kendra (SSK) is to provide end to end community solutions, from informing members of various schemes and their respective requirements, to filling forms, assisting in submitting documentation and tracking the process of applications. The model is a replication of a similar service centre which was launched in New Delhi.
The serviced centre will cater to the needs of both urban and rural population of women around the centre and ease the procedure of availing public services at subsidized rates. The SSKs will disseminate related information, help with documentation, and facilitate member’s access to public services to increase women’s accessibility.
The centre is supported by SEWA Bharat under the Udyami: Building Resilience of Women Micro-entrepreneurs program funded by USAID.
The program was attended by SEWA executives, unit representatives, North East Network and well-wishers. The launch program was chaired by Bounuo Zuyie, SEWA Agevan , a brief introduction was presented by State Project Coordinator, Temjenlemla Longkumer and officially opened with a mass spoken payer. (Page News Service)