Having identified the challenges in providing sustainable and gainful employment for adults with special needs and also understanding the various avenues available to empower them, a planned approach is formulated to help partnering institutions move to a production model (from the training model) so that the adults with special needs can come and work together in one / multiple geographical location. This will result in capacity building and optimum utilisation of multiple resources.
SNEH aims to do the above though the following channels:
- Creating a market for the products made by participants/participating institutions themselves. Providing a platform to showcase and sell their products.
- Engaging participants in the production of products ideated by SNEH
- Engaging the participants in job works involving activities – like packing, assembling of kits / hampers and other similar outsourcing jobs.
We support skill training enhancement in skills such as block printing, carpentry, tie and dye printing, weaving, soap making, candle making, tailoring, arts and crafts.