The underprivileged get recognition from thread, ink, public land
Three projects are being implemented for the upliftment of the underprivileged communities under Enacts Kirori Mal College.
Amar Ujala Office
New Delhi. Three projects are being implemented for the upliftment of disadvantaged communities. Projects continue under Enactus Kirori Mal College. Three projects are running with the help of students. This includes cord, ink and public land.
The production of handmade scarves, dupattas and cushion covers under the Door Project is reviving the traditional art form. Migrant women from West Bengal, Bihar and Jharkhand are their artisans. In this project, sources of profit from the sale of these products are explored for the upliftment of women. Project Siyahi introduces a sustainable alternative to plastic pens. Here we work on handmade pens from upcycle paper. The ink not only reuses the old paper, but also offers the opportunity to plant trees. The pens are manufactured by a community of underprivileged women who want to be financially independent. The Janbhoomi project aims to promote organic lifestyle and raise awareness about proper waste management through terracotta household compost.
Please note that Enactus is an NGO. Enactus is a team of students from Kirori Mal College.