Sathiya as a Technical Agency
Sathiya Welfare Society came into existence in the year 2006. In its initial phase, the organization started working closely with people from different communities in rural areas. In the last decade, Sathiya has done excellent work on the empowerment of the people of rural areas especially women with the help of various types of government and non-government grants. Through its own efforts, the organization made thousands of women artisans financially strong by providing them employment opportunities. By connecting thousands of women with the livelihood mission, the organization made them aware of the positive aspects of life.
Along with the up-gradation of rural communities, Sathiya Welfare Society has also made its distinct identity in the field of social service in the last decade. Our growing strength has steadily increased our responsibilities, the organization has now started serving as a technical agency for many national schemes. Presently, Sathiya is empanelled as a technical agency of major nodal agencies like Council of Handicraft Development Corporation (COHANDS) and TRIFED. As a technical agency Sathiya Welfare Society is now associated with around dozens of clusters funded under SFURTI scheme and is guiding them technically for smooth, fair and successful implementation.
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The clusters where Sathiya Welfare Society is working as a TA.
Silk Handicraft and Handloom Cluster, Hoshangabad (MP)
Sathiya Welfare Society engaged as a Technical Agency for this Silk Handicraft & Handloom Cluster. As a TA, efficient team of Sathiya is acting as a pool between both the Nodal Agency and Implementing Agency for smooth and successfully implementation of the cluster.
The cluster is concentrated in 3 villages in 10 Km radius of Hoshangabad block. With backward linkages maintaining a steady supply of Tussar and malbari variety of silk, the major produce is the production of silk cloth. More than 400 artisans are right now involved in the production process with little or no product portfolio. The aim of the project is to facilitate a consistent value chain for the cluster.
Terracotta & Pottery Cluster, Kilodabee, Kannod, Dewas (MP)
Traditional industries and artisans are being promoted across the country through SFURTI scheme of MSME, GoI. Terracotta pottery cluster has also been established under this scheme in Kilodabee of Dewas district of Madhya Pradesh. The Nodal Agency of this cluster is COHANDS and this cluster is being Implemented on the ground by Sampada Institute of Social Awareness Samiti.
Sathiya Welfare Society is the technical agency of this cluster Implemented with 223 pottery artisans. In the last 1.5 years, all kinds of technical support has been provided to this cluster by Sathiya Welfare Society.
Chikankari, Embroidery & Stitching Cluster, Chinhat, Lucknow
Chikankari, Embroidery and Stitching Cluster is a Lucknow (UP) based Chikankari Handicraft Cluster. This cluster is sanctioned under the SFURTI scheme of MSME, with the support of Council of Handicraft Development Corporations (COHANDS) as a Nodal Agency. This cluster is being implemented by the Nari Kalyan Shikshan Evam Prashikshan Sansthan, Lucknow. There are over 600 Chikankari artisans associated with this cluster. Once this cluster get operational, then it will have a wide range of traditional and modern handicraft products such as apparel, Stolls, Lehnga, Ladies tops, Sarees, Suits, Kurti, Plazo, etc.
Being as a technical agency for the cluster, Sathiya Welfare Society is offering all required technical support in the process of implementation. We are committed to serve this SFURTI sponsored project with our unique and easy technical skills. We are also committed to make optimum utilisation of government grants in a fair & proper manner.
Embroidery and Zari Zardozi Cluster, Jabalpur
Embroidery and Zari Zardosi is one the major handicraft of Jabalpur (Madhya Pradesh). A SFURTI supported cluster established in Adhartal area of the city Jabalpur, by union ministry of MSME. Samgra Handicraft & Social Welfare Society is the agency to implement the project on the ground. Same as earlier clusters, COHANDS is providing the all kind of support as Nodal Agency and Sathiya Welfare Society is also engaged here as Technical Agency to act as bridge between Nodal & Implementing agency with all forms of technical support.
More than 800 zari-zardosi artisans makes it a major category cluster of the scheme. An excellent Common Facility Centre (CFC) with updated & high-tech machinery infrastructure is established here to provide artisans a better environment of work station. As a responsible Technical Agency Sathiya Welfare Society is minutely looking overall technical upgradation of the cluster and its artisans. We are committed to serve with our full potential to bring a positive change in the live of our traditional artisans.
Lantana & Bamboo Craft Cluster, Dindori
Lantana Bamboo Craft is a source of many forest dwellers and tribal communities in our country, most of them livelihood totally depends on the natural resources. The purpose behind Lantana & Bamboo Craft Cluster at Dindori is to create an opportunities to the existing local artisans and exposure of the market platform to showcase their valued handicraft.
Lantana & Bamboo Craft cluster is a well know cluster for its bamboo art and craft which specially designed by the local artisans. The cluster is sectioned under the SFURTI Scheme Ministry of MSME, with the support of the Council of Handicrafts Development Corporations (COHANDS) as a Nodal Agency. This cluster implemented by National Institute of Women Child & Youth Development (NIWCYD). In this cluster 410 artisans are associated from the Dindori block. Also this cluster has a rich bamboo craft i.e. Soopa, Daliya, Hand fans, Baskets, Carpet & Curtains from Lantana.
Sathiya Welfare Society is the Technical Agency for this cluster to provide technical support to the Implementing Agency under the guidelines of SFURTI Scheme. Being a technical agency for the said cluster this is our responsibility to provide quality support to them for better outcome through the activities. We are committed towards our work and always able to align the challenging tasks by our skilled professionals.
Incense Stick and Camphor Cluster, Ujjain
Incense Stick and Camphor Cluster is an Ujjain (MP) based cluster. The cluster is sectioned under the SFURTI Scheme Ministry of MSME, through the support of the Council of Handicrafts Development Corporations (COHANDS) as a Nodal Agency. This cluster is implemented by Sewa Sarthak Kalyan Samiti, Ujjain. In this cluster 423 women, artisans are associated from the Ghatiya block of Ujjain. Including it, this cluster has a variety of product range i.e. incense, camphor, dhoop and other items.
Sathiya Welfare Society is the Technical Agency for this cluster to provide all kind of technical support under the guidelines of SFURTI Scheme. As a technical agency for the cluster this is our responsibility to provide quality support to them for better outcome through the activities. We are committed towards our work and always able to align the challenging tasks by our skilled professionals.