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Mahima Rathore
Posted February 19, 2021 from India

During pandemic  many other women's and my life  had taken a new turn .I was running a free school for deprived girls who never been to school but due to virous story we temporary gave Break to classes.Being a responsible Humanbeing we helpd many families with ration , cloths and daily necessity .Day after day demands were increasing .It made me so disturbed .people were in trouble they lost their jobs and it was quite tough to manage houehold expenses with big families.I thaught asking for the donations  is not a sustainable solution . I called my friend and discudsed about my brainstorm . she gave confirmation to support me we were going to start a small venture where we wanted to give training to make them capable to earn. I was so passionate to help these families my sleep was gone. Finally i borrowed 15000 rs from my husband with the assurance of return back. we  gave traing of fabric printing and stitching to girls and their mothers .we stitched many diffrent items like mask different type of bags , lounge wears and indian dresses .we mafe a broad cast list and start sending pictures of our work. people love our products and it was fantastic response .It motivat me and my supportive team we are getting many orders from many cities and states .we are so happy that we could bring change in these women 's life now they .Now they raises their own expenses with proud. No need to spread hands .we love the place where we work and named it "chhapekari we have immense power to change our and others life .Nothing is impossible .

please have a look to our face book page .

https://www.facebook.com/Chhapekari-by-Abhi-chal-103172128346359/

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maeann
Feb 19
Feb 19

Hi Mahima,

I support you on the social impact you brought to your community especially with women. How you have given them opportunity to have an income. We need more Entrepreneur like you so we can have sustainability that can support our daily basic needs. More power to you and your work.

Mahima Rathore
Feb 19
Feb 19

Hello maeann
how are you. Thank you for your kind words. It's really very necessary to provide livelihood to these women because many were doing suicide because of poverty and domestic violence
..Your words are my strength
thanks

Jill Langhus
Feb 19
Feb 19

Welcome back, Love!

How are you doing? Great work, dear!! Keep it up:-) XX

Mahima Rathore
Feb 19
Feb 19

Thank you jill
You always live in my thoughts but i was bussy with project chhapekari .Have you seen our work. I am sure you will be pleased to see because you have seen our journey from day one.our products are getting good response from every where.
deep hugs

Jill Langhus
Feb 20
Feb 20

You're welcome, dear.

Aw. That's nice to hear:-) Yes, It sounds, and looks like, it, too, on Facebook. Yes, it's great to see your progress, dear. Keep it up! XX

Nini Mappo
Feb 23
Feb 23

Hello Mahima,
It is wonderful that this project has taken off and can be monetized beyond your locality to support the women ang girls financially. I celebrate with you and kudos to you for having the vision, taking the risk, and lifting others out of poverty. (And to your husband for lending the capital to the initiative, hee hee ;) )

Beth Lacey
Feb 26
Feb 26

This is such empowering work. You must feel very gratified.

Hello, Mahima,

Wow! You are a champion of your community for your resourcefulness and innovation. This is so inspiring, our sister. Thank you for sharing this development with us. Please continue to write to update us more.

Anita Kiddu Muhanguzi

HI Mahima,

Thank you so much for sharing your post and for impacting your community positively. Have a lovely day.