Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 9: Bicycle Brigade

Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 9: Bicycle Brigade

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Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 9: Bicycle Brigade

The training workshops for Category 9 were held from 10th to 13th March. Altogether 24 young men from all eight villages participated.
Firstly, the HF staffs introduced themselves which was followed up by the session which briefed the instructions to the participants related to the safety and maintenance of the bicycles.
Moreover, different safety measures were demonstrated to the participants which included the checkup of the pressure of tires, pumping up the tires with air, checking brakes and brake levers before riding, and so on.
In addition, HF master trainers gave a demonstration for bicycle maintenance step by step. They made sure to teach the participants to clean and oil the bicycle chain, removing the dirt from the tires at the end of the day, checking the straightness of wheels, washing bicycle daily, etc.  

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Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 8: Dairy products Village Ghulam Allah 1

Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 8: Dairy products Village Ghulam Allah 1

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Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 8: Dairy productsVillage Ghulam Allah 1

The training workshops for Category 8 were held from 4th-8th March. Altogether 21 people which consisted of 8 women and 13 men from village Ghulam Allah 1 participated.
The workshops had been organized in order to familiarize the group with various aspects of making Dairy products. As in the case of other training, among the most important task was to make them aware of the importance of hygiene which they were made to follow throughout the training sessions before the production of any dairy products. The trainer was Hussani, who taught the participants the method of making the dairy products i.e. Yogurt, Ghee and Butter. However, Moomal and Uzma demonstrated basic hygiene methods which included the cleaning of utensils and pots.

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Heroes of Makli Livelihoods, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre, Part 04

Heroes of Makli Livelihoods, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre, Part 04

Dice Collaboration

Under DICE Collaboration Makli Livelihood Project, we are training 231 village residents in Makli who belong to the beggar community, out of which 50 are disabled. Through this project, we are not only focusing on removing the misapprehensions regarding disables but also we are empowering them and trying to make their lives normal.

Here are the other five Heroes of DICE Collaboration Makli Livelihoods, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre.

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Heroes of Makli Livelihoods, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre, Part 03

Heroes of Makli Livelihoods, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre, Part 03

Dice Collaboration

Under DICE Collaboration Makli Livelihood Project, we are training 231 village residents in Makli who belong to the beggar community, out of which 50 are disabled. Through this project, we are not only focusing on removing the misapprehensions regarding disables but also we are empowering them and trying to make their lives normal.

Here are the other five Heroes of DICE Collaboration Makli Livelihoods, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre.

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Heroes of Makli Livelihoods, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre, Part 02

Heroes of Makli Livelihoods, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre, Part 02

Dice Collaboration

Under DaICE Collaboration Makli Livelihood Project, we are training 231 village residents in Makli who belong to the beggar community, out of which 50 are disabled. Through this project, we are not only focusing on removing the misapprehensions regarding disables but also we are empowering them and trying to make their lives normal.

Here are the other five Heroes of DICE Collaboration Makli Livelihoods, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre.

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Heroes of Makli Livelihoods, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre, Part 01

Heroes of Makli Livelihoods, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre, Part 01

Dice Collaboration

Under DaICE Collaboration Makli Livelihood Project, we are training 231 village residents in Makli who belong to the beggar community, out of which 50 are disabled. Through this project, we are not only focusing on removing the misapprehensions regarding disables but also we are empowering them and trying to make their lives normal.

Here are the other five Heroes of DICE Collaboration Makli Livelihoods, Zero Carbon Cultural Centre.

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Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 6: Female Serai, Village Shikari and Category 7 Nursery & Plantation, Village Yar Mohammad.

Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 6: Female Serai, Village Shikari and Category 7 Nursery & Plantation, Village Yar Mohammad.

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Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 6: Female Serai, Village Shikari and Category 7 Nursery & Plantation, Village Yar Mohammad.

                       

The training workshops for Category 6 & 7 were held from Feb 27 to 03 March. Altogether 25 women and 20 men from the 2 villages 42 participated.

 Two groups were organized for these workshops. The first workshop was conducted for those who were taking up Category 7 nursery and plantation. On the first day, the module presentations were taken up in the hall of ZC3, the other group of Category 6 consisting of those being trained for hospitality sector were shown around the premises where cooking, servicing and storage for the female serai were organized.

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Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 5: Kashi/Terracotta products, Village Pilari 1

Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 5: Kashi/Terracotta products, Village Pilari 1

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Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 5: Kashi/Terracotta products, Village Pilari 1

 

The training workshops for Category 5 were held from 21st to 25th February. Altogether 13 women, and 15 men from village Pilari 1 participated.

 

Due to the complexity of the craft, the trainings had to be done with a lot of care. The group consisted largely of women who had never even stepped foot out of their houses. The focal person informed that he had been persuaded due to the efforts of Project Manager Naheem Shah to encourage womenfolk to learn the craft of kashi. They were most fascinated by the TV as the modules developed for various steps were shown to them.

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Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 4: Bamboo products

Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 4: Bamboo products

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Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 4: Bamboo products

Village Ghulam Allah 2

 

The training workshops for Category 4 were held from 16-20th February. Altogether 23 young men from village Ghulam Allah 2 participated.

 

The workshops had been organized in order to familiarize the group with various aspects of manufacturing bamboo products. As in the case of other trainings, among the most important task was to provide them with background information beginning from ensuing the use of bamboo of good quality to methods for cutting and assembling various parts of a product.

The trainers were Baba Ismail (hailing from Mansehra) and Mian Dad (from Tando Allahyar), both highly skilled artisans, who had been engaged in making bamboo products for the last several years on various HF projects.

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Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 2: Chulah Making and Category 3: Mother Earth Products

Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 2: Chulah Making and Category 3: Mother Earth Products

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Barefoot Training Workshop for Category 2: Chulah Making and Category 3: Mother Earth Products

Village Allah Deeno 1 or Chulah jo Goth and Village Pilari 2 or Qudriti Goth

 

The second and third training workshops for Category 2 regarding Chulah Making and Category 3 for Mother Earth Products were conducted between 10th -14th February 2019 at ZC3, Makli. Altogether 14 from village Allah Deeno 1 participated comprising 8 women and 7 youth, while 17 participants from village Pilari 2 comprising 6 women, 7 youth and 3 people with disabilities.

 

Although the cold wave seemed to be persisting; however, the weather was slightly more amenable and the participants took part with great enthusiasm in the process.

 

The most inspiring talk was give be the award winner Champa who told her story regarding her struggle to help build the chulahs. She told the audience that she was exactly in the same condition as the participants themselves. But through her sustained efforts and along with her husband Kanji she was able to help build thousands of chulahs taught to her by Heritage Foundation. She explained that she now was a woman of extraordinary means which she demonstrated by flashing her silver jewellery and by relating the wealth that she has acquired. As she has earned over Rs. 5,000,000 she had a right to show the potential of working hard in furthering a cause, which can also help others to achieve a better quality of life.

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