‘Swayam Siddha’ reinforce confidence into the lives of suffering women

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-Under an initiative of ‘Rotary District 3131’ financial assistance to ‘Swayam Siddha’ is provided by ‘Rotary Club of Pune University’

– First ten beneficiaries of business training were felicitated

Pune, January ​25, 2018: ” Initially when I came to family court for my case I was afraid even I was not in a state to communicate with the counselor and tell my misery. Later I was introduced to the program ‘Swayam Siddha’, joining this program was the turning point of my life. Eventually I started with a training for ‘Beauty Parlor’. In the journey of pursuing the course I met other women whose stories were similar to mine. Through all the motivation and support we have reached that state where we can start our own business.” These are the words said by a sorrowful woman, who has now come to power with confidence by training.

‘Swayam Siddha’ is an initiative by Family Court, Pune which is supported by Rotary District 3131. On the occasion 10 beneficiaries were felicitated today in the presence of S. S. Sawant, Chief Justice, Family Court, Pune, Swati Chouhan, Justice, Family Court, Pune, Abhay Gadgil, District Governor, Rotary District 3131, Deepa Gadgil, First Lady, Kalyan Banerjee, Former President, Rotary International, Adv. Ganesh Kavade, President of Bar Association, Adv. Vaishali Bhagwat, Pallavi Deshpande, President, Rotary Club Of Pune University.

‘Swayam Siddha’ a report on the process and journey has been unveiled today at the hands of dignitaries. Under this program womens are encouraged to take professional courses like ‘Fashion Designing, Nursing Attendant’, ‘Teachers Training’ and are provided financial assistance through Rotary.

Moving forward on the occasion Gadgil said, “We are not just providing financial aid but also making sure that litigants get benefitted with this program and begin livelihood on their own. Also, we will apply for Global Grants as suggested by Mr. Kalyan Banerjee”.

Justice Chouhan spoke about the the daily issues afflicted women and the initial challenges faced by this program. Hopefully this project will be implemented in other family courts in Maharashtra, said Justice S. S. Sawant.