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Ki-WiE Swayam Sidha Leadership Training Program - SSLTP 

Women Empowerment
In the simplest of words it is basically the creation of an environment where women can make independent decisions on their personal development as well as shine as equals in society. Women want to be treated as equals and this can only happen if there is a channelized route for the empowerment of women. 

Swami Vivekananda, once said, the best thermometer to measure the development of a nation is its treatment of its women. In ancient India they worshiped as goddess like Lakshmi. They were the epitome of strength. 

So women, wake-up from your deep slumber and be aware of power within you.

Challenge for Women Empowerment 
Poverty is considered the greatest threat to peace in the world, and eradication of poverty should be a national goal as important as the eradication of illiteracy. Due to abject poverty, women are exploited as domestic helps and wives whose incomes are usurped by the man of the house. Additionally, sex slaves are a direct outcome of poverty.

If poverty were not a concern, then the girl child will be able to follow her dreams without concerns of sexual exploitation, domestic abuse and no education or work.

Our most ambitious Ki-WiE program is SSLTP - Swayam Sidha Leadership Training Program. This is a women helping women volunteer program where the volunteers bring out their daily issues/challenges and resolve them by becoming a part of the solution in association with Ki-WiE. Duration for this program is Two Days (12 modules).

SSLTP objective:
• Develop leadership skills that promote entrepreneurship among women.
• Conduct awareness programs to increase the exposure to current business and market scenarios.
• Facilitate networking opportunities among driven, like-minded women who can collaborate and start an organization whether it is for-profit or non-profit.
• Promote volunteering spirit and contribute for the betterment of the society.
• Organize fundraising and recruiting events for sustenance and growth of Ki-WiE, so we can reach out to more and more women.

Plan Of Action:
•We will create a large number of volunteer batches (Anoushka Samuha) in a geographical manner, who will bring out the issues/challenges that are faced by women in daily life.
Monthly meetings will be held to identify those issues and to eradicate and prevent the issues to reoccur by creating action plans based on root-cause analysis method.
•We will provide training to the individual and group volunteers to impart knowledge and awareness on the women development front.
We will create avenues for self-employment and women entrepreneurship by increasing awareness and by providing them the information like Government schemes for women, Bank loans for women, preparing business plans and strategies, training in terms of marketing, branding, VAT registrations, sales tax, service tax…and more.
We will become a medium between the general public and the unprivileged to provide financial assistance (by designing and running funding campaigns online on our Crowd Funding Platform and also offline) to the women who are empowered by SSLTP to start their own business if their business plan/project gets approved by Ki-WiE management. This financial assistance will be at sole discretion of Ki-WiE.

                           Four Phases of Leadership Program


KPI Evaluation – Key Performance Indicators
  • Number of women issues brought out in the notice of Ki-WiE.
  • All Training Modules covered.
  • 'Anoushka Samuha' size and number of completed initiatives.
  • Your leadership feedback from 20 random (your)'Anoushka Samuha' volunteers.
  • Funding (Upto Rupees One Lakh maximum)to the approved projects will be provided in three phases depending on the scale of projects:
  • Start-up Phase: Business planning & Pre-Start-up research

    Setup Phase: Machinery, Raw material & Infrastructure

    Business Phase: Running capital

To know more about SSLTP, write to us at


Neeraj Duhoon
Women india Empowerment
A Social Initiative by Krossroads India

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