SHINE NGO is an independent charitable organisation working to better the lives of people living in Hyderabad, India.
Through a range of empowerment, welfare programmes encompassing education, health, awareness building and self-help projects, SHINE helps thousands of beneficiaries within Hyderabad and several nearby villages.
"Empowerment of the marginalized through capacity building and sustianble rural and urban development programmes
Making one person in every family digitally literate is one of the integral components of the Prime Minister's vision of "Digital India".
Pradhan Mantri Gramin Digital Saksharta Abhiyaan is the scheme to make six crore persons in rural areas, across States/UTs, digitally literate, reaching to around 40% of rural households by covering one member from every eligible household by 31st March, 2019.
SHINE NGO had Successfully completed Training of PMGDISHA
TURKAYAMJAL is the FIRST DIGITAL VILLAGE IN TELANGANA
NEWS UPDATES: SHINE NGO ARTICLES AND NEWS
What does SHINE do?
Since 2014 SHINE works in the Hyderabad and near by rural localities. SHINE is a social venture that is convinced that socio economic empowerment of women starts with generating an acceptable income and getting education. SHINE introduces the urban illiterate women to sustainable livelihoods through an area based community model that respects the cultural and social identity of the women in the society. Also SHINE supports them in educating their children.
Training and Income generation
SHINE provides livelihood training's such as tailoring and embroidery skills And other vocational,income generates courses. But also educates the women in entrepreneurship opportunities and access to finance (micro savings). Besides of that SHINE generates a source of income for the women by manufacturing and selling handmade products with unique ethnic like zardozi, shadow work, chain and crewel stitch work. These products range from multipurpose mats, to cell phone covers and gift bags. As SHINE women create products they are becoming agents of change – respected by community, family and themselves
Activities for women
- income generating /vocational training programs
– access to finance
– market orientation and value education
– counselling support
- Skill Development
– Henna / Mehendi design teams available
– Arabic and Marwari designs for weddings / festivals etc.