"NAYA SAVERA"
Sustainable Livelihood Generation for Economically Backward Women

About the Project

The “Naya Savera” is an initiative of SAVERA Society funded by ‘Ujjivan Small Finance Bank Limited’ under its CSR programme to generate sustainable livelihood through up-skilling the rural artisans, entrepreneurs and economically backward women.

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Objectives

To organize the artisans and rural entrepreneur by setting up Jute and Banana Natural Fiber based product manufacturing unit to make them skilled, competitive, available them sustained employment, providing support new products, design intervention, improved packaging and link them with market.

To Improve socio-economic status of women artisans economically backward background of Purnia.

Project Location

Facility Centre of this project has established at Common Facility Centre of Jute and Banana Fiber Purnea which is being managed by SAVERA. Artisans from different village of Purnea East block are engaged under this project to improve their livelihood.

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Target Group

100 women artisans from different section of society are engaged under this project. The following criteria used in the selection of beneficiaries.



  • The beneficiaries belong to Schedule Tribe (ST), Schedule Cast (ST) and Other Backward castes in the target villages.
  • Household from Below Poverty Line.
  • Disabled women and widows
  • Women from poor background who do not have any other alternative livelihoods
  • Indirect Beneficiaries: There would be around 300 indirect beneficiaries including family members of SHG members and farmers from them raw materials will be procured and other stakeholders get involved in supply chain.

Savera - Impact Figures

1000000+

Lives impacted

200000+

Persons trained

200+

Projects executed

50+

Partnerships