The Stitch-a-Living project that started as an experiment in 2007, has today reached a level where we have not only made significant improvements in our bags in terms of design, quality, and techniques but also managed to empower women. Today, the core team of the Stitch-a-Living program manages the day-to-day functioning of the workshop independently without the need of a supervisor and is an integral part of design team.

Chhoti Si Asha operates a library and educational center in Janta Colony, a slum community located on the outskirts of Chandigarh. Here, most of the children have access to dismal educational opportunities. Further with a majority of uneducated parents, the children often have a difficulty navigating the educational world. Therefore, we started this program in order to equip children with the skills of logic, comprehension and creativity.

To empower underprivileged women and make them financially secure, Chhoti Si Asha has started a Self Help Group which provide these women with financial intervention and microcredit loans. A strong women has the strength in her to take a complete household forward and educate her children to become responsible citizens of tomorrow. And this is our step in making sure that happens.

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