Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Aham Bhumika Needs Your Help

It's always nice to come across NGOs that extend a helping hand to the underprivileged, empowering them with opportunities denied to them otherwise. A lot of us want to do our bit but are either constrained by lack of time or unsure about which NGO to support.

Aham Bhumika is an NGO ( Registered ) based in Bhopal. Besides providing basic education to rural children, the organization has trained over 30 rural women in hand embroidery. This enables these women to earn by working from home.
This where you and I step in.
Aham Bhumika desires to make this hand embroidery initiative self sustainable. From past three months they have been marketing the sale of hand embroidered products mainly through Twitter and Facebook. Besides this, the organization has also tied up with a  retail store based in Jaipur to sell their hand embroidered cushion and bags.      
So, why don't you hop over to their  Facebook page, take a look at their wares and if you like something, order and spread the good word around?

I particularly liked these designs.




 







16 comments:

  1. Wow, these are so pretty, Purba...I love the first two. I'm off to scout their pages for more. And yes, sharing this post, too.

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  2. Hoping over to their pages to check out more...

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  3. Thanks for sharing about Aham Bhumika. Great initiative. I will surely keep them in mind.

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  4. Thanks for sharing this. Will share it wiyh family and friends. Beautiful designs.

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  5. THank you for introducing .. Good work needs to be told about and HELPED tooooooooooo


    Bikram's

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  6. Thanks for the informative post , Purba. Loved the images.

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  7. Nice initiative. Do you know which store in Jaipur ?

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  8. Will do! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  9. Yes Purba we want to help but can't be sure who will pocket the moolha.Iwill check this one.

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  10. The work is so creative, I am game to help them in alls ways possible. liking and sharing the FB page for starters :) Thank you for sharing.

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  11. Nice to read about " Aham Bhumika", Great initiative ,
    Thanks for sharing

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  12. I have been reading their tweets,but,unfortunately,haven't been able to help thus far.

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  13. I have been following them on Twitter and like their work.

    Purba: It is awesome of you to write in support of Aham Bhumika....

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  14. Thank you for your interest. Really appreciate it :-)

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  15. Great that you are using your fan-base for this cause as well! Definitely going through Aham Bhumika's FB page, liked these designs.

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