Common Services Centers, through its initiative for women’s health and hygiene, named ‘Stree Swabhiman’ is striving to create a sustainable model for providing affordable and accessible sanitary products close to the homes of adolescent girls and women. The initiative is driven by awareness and personalized outreach by women entrepreneurs who produce and market sanitary napkins themselves. 5 women workers are employed in the manufacturing unit out of which two belongs to the Schedule Caste community thus creating employment for the women making them self-dependent and confident.
This project aims to set up a micro manufacturing unit (MMU) for the people in villages to create communities that will be self-dependent and generate employment with revenue. These MMU`s are easy to install production lines with a capacity of 5/10 people working at a time to produce quality LED Lighting solutions. These manufacturing units envisage necessary tools, jigs and fixtures and being well equipped for its current manufacturing needs keeping in mind its future growth aspects as well as an efficient assembly line.