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1 Pondicherry Multipurpose Social Service Society Regd.6/77 #81, Laporte Street, Puducherry-1 To enable every human- to do more, to know more, to have more, in order to be more

2 Most. Rev. Dr.Antony Anandarayar Archbishop of Pondicherry & Cuddalore Archdiocese President of Pondicherry Multipurpose Social Service Society (PMSSS)

3  PMSSS is a Registered Society under the Indian Societies Registration Act 1860 in  PMSSS is also Registered under Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) and has Income Tax Exemption under 12 A and Permanent 80 G of the Income Tax Act. Legal Status of PMSSS Areas of Operation  The areas of operations include Pondicherry and Karaikal regions in the Union territory of Pondicherry.  Cuddalore and Villupuram districts in the state of Tamil Nadu.

4 Geographical area (in Sq. km) Pondicherry : 290 Karaikal : 161 Cuddalore : 3,678 Villupuam : 6,197 No Working Districts 4 i) Pondicherry ii) Karaikal iii) Cuddalore iv) Villupuram No of Blocks Pondicherry : 3 Karaikal : 1 Cuddalore : 38 Villupuram : 22 No. of villages (panchayat village) Pondicherry : 118 Karaikal : 2 Cuddalore : 681 Villupuram : 1104 Population Covered (M+F) Pondicherry : 9,05,644 Karaikal : 1,70,640 Cuddalore : 22,85,395 Villupuram : 29,60,373 Total Population : 63,22,052

5 PMSSS Working Area Map

6 Organizational Structure No. of Governing Body members : 21 No. of General Body Members : 202 No. of Staff : 100

7 Vision “To establish a loving and peaceful society based on human value of Fraternity, Equality, Liberty and Justice” Mission PMSSS works for the poorest of the poor of the communities such as Women, Disabled, marginalized, unreached, agricultural landless laborers, marginal and small farmers, fisher folk, destitute, rural artisans, Dalits, un organized daily laborers, refugees etc for mobilizing them into their own organization for self-reliance and sustainability with specific reference to gender equality and equity.

8 Specific Activities implemented: 1.Relief in times of Fire, flood, cyclone, drought, tsunami and other natural and man made disasters. 2. Leadership Training and Promotion of Fraternal Life Communities - FLCs (Credit Unions). 3.Delayed Marketing of Agriculture Products. 4. Kolping Programme for youth. 5. Kalrayan Tribal Development Programme. 6.Social Assistance for aged and sick 7.Kolping Matriculation Higher Secondary School 8.New Thrust Program - Women, Agricultural & fishermen. 9.Rehabilitation and Development programme for Sri Lankan Refugees

9 … contd., 10.Information and Communication Technology (ICT) 11. Home for the Mentally Ill. 12. Health and Referral Services 13. “Promotion of Healthy Community & Promoting of Sustainable Livelihood Micro Enterprise activities for Adi – Dravida Community (SC community) through Science & Technology Intervention – DST Project“ 14. Integrated community development programme for children, youth and women, health awareness, water and sanitation & Solid Waste & Management. 15.Value Addition Programme for Establishing Ice Plant & Fish Pickle Unit 16.Care and support for HIV and AIDS - TNVHA 17.Childline 1098 Programme 18.Liberating and empowering the Minority Community Families

10 20.CBR Mainstreaming of PWDs 21.Vazhndhu Kaattuvom & Vazhi Katti 22.Mahalir Thittam 23.International Fund for Agricultural Development- IFAD 24.Farmers Club - NABARD 25. Minority Scholarship for children and Youth education 26.Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) 27.PMSS Livelihood and State Training Centre 28.Medium and Small Scale Enterprises - Self Employment Training for youth 29. Usha Silai Schools … contd.,

11 Profile of People’s Organizations promoted by PMSSS Name of the CBO’sTotal CBO’sTotal Members Fraternal Life Communities (FLCs) Women SHGs Agricultural SHGs Fisher Folk SHGs47877 Kolping Groups PWD SHGs – CBR30437 Disabled Groups – VK Community Vigilance Groups(CVGs)14216 Total

12 “The setting up of USHA Silai Schools in villages all over India with a capacity to teach at least 20 (twenty) women in a year, how to sew using sewing machines to be provided by UIL “

13 District : Puducherry District Programme Period : April 2013 to March 2014 No. of Silai Schools : 30 Nos [15 (Batch I) & 15 (Batch II)] Sponsored by : USHA International Ltd., New Delhi Implemented by : Pondicherry Multipurpose Social Service Society (PMSSS)

14 Step 1 Communication Step 2 Identification Step 3 Preliminary Screening Step 4 Orientation Meeting Step 5 Selection Stag e 6 Application Step 7 Finalization Process adopted by PMSSS in the Selection of Women Entrepreneurs for 1 st & 2 nd Batches in Puducherry District The following selection criteria opted for selections were:  The trainees should posses basic knowledge on tailoring skill  The trainees are should be from low economic conditions.  Preference to destitute and widows The following selection criteria opted for selections were:  The trainees should posses basic knowledge on tailoring skill  The trainees are should be from low economic conditions.  Preference to destitute and widows

15 Orientation on Silai Schools

16 1.Villianur 2.Reddiyarpalayam 3.Kurumampet 4.Nellithoppu 5.Kosapalayam 6.Vandrapet 7.Vambakeerapalayam 8.Saram 9.Thenkaithittu 10.Nainarmandapam 11.Moolakulam 12.Govinda Salai 13.Kottucherry 14.Karaikal 15.Nedunkadu 1 st Batch 1.Kudieruppupalyam 2.Panda Sola Nallur 3.Eripakkam 4.Patammal Nagar 5.Sanniyasikuppam 6.Dupurayapet 7.Kompakkam 8.J. J. Nagar 9.Keezh Agraharam 10.Mary Oulgaret 11.Mudaliarpet 12.TN Palayam 13.Arumparthapuram 14.Jayamoorthy Raja Nagar 15.Thiruvandarkoil 2 nd Batch Profile of 30 Silai School Teachers Widow : 2 Deserted by Husband : 5 Disabled Husband : 1 Coolie : 22 Social Background: Schedule Caste : 10 Backward Class : l 5 Most Backward : 5 Education Qualification: 5 th Std : 2 6 th Std : 1 8 th Std : 1 9 th Std : 4 10 th Std : th Std : 7 Diploma course : 2 ITI : 2

17  7days residential training  usha silai school awareness by WE’s  Opening of Usha Silai school in Target areas  Issue of Certificates to the WE’s / Teachers  Functioning of Silai schools

18 Activity 1 : 7days residential training 1 st Batch Date : 6 th May 2013 to 12 th May 2013 No. of Trainees : 15 nos Training Venue : PMSSS Livelihood Training Centre, Periyakalapet, Puducherry Inaugurated by :  Sri. Vivek Pandey, I.A.S. Secretary to the Govt. Women & Child Development, Puducherry  Mr. Alok Shukla, Deputy Department Manager, Usha International, New Delhi  Rev. Fr. V. Albert Thambidurai, Executive Director of PMSSS  Mr. M. Rock Pushparaj, General Manager, PMSSS  Mr. Suresh, Trainer, Usha International Ltd.,  Ms. A.Kalvikarasi, Coordinator, PMSSS

19 1 st Batch – Inauguration

20 1 st Batch – Residential Training Training on Sewing Machine Mechanism

21 1 st Batch – Residential Training Training on Stitching for 16 Garment Models + Variation of Blouse and Chudithars

22 2 nd Batch – Inauguration Date : 3 rd to 9 th August 2013 No. of Trainees : 15 nos Training Venue : PMSSS Livelihood Training Centre, Periyakalapet, Puducherry Inaugurated by :  Rev. Fr. V. Albert Thambidurai, Executive Director  Mr. Vadivelan, Coordinator, Usha International  Mr. M. Rock Pushparaj, General Manager, PMSSS  Mr. Suresh, Trainer, Usha International Ltd.,  Ms. A. Kalvikarasi, Coordinator, PMSSS

23 2 nd Batch – Residential Training Training on Sewing Machine Mechanism

24 2nd Batch – Residential Training Training on stitching for 16 Garment Models + Variation of Blouse and Chudithars

25 Activity 2 : Village Level Usha silai school awareness by WE’s  Through USHA Advertisement Board  Door to Door campaign  Distribution of Pamphlets Sample Pamphlet

26 Activity 3 : usha Silai school opening 1 st Batch : 5 th June 2013 Area : ThengaithittuArea : Govinda Salai Area : Nellithoppu – Shop Inauguration

27 Activity 3 : usha Silai school opening Area : Sanniyasikuppam Area : Eripakkam 2 nd Batch : 5 th September 2013

28 Activity 4 : certificate distribution Date : Venue : PMSSS Conference Hall Chief Guests : -Thiru. V. Jayakumar, Deputy Director (Retried), Commissionerate of Rehabilitation of Non-Resident Tamils, Chennai - Mr. Srikrishnan, Chief Manager (Rural & Inclusive Banking group), ICICI Bank, Coimbatore - Mr. Jonathan, Regional Head Sales, ICICI Bank, Chennai In Presence of Rev. Fr. V. Albert Thambidurai, Executive Director, PMSSS Mrs. Bridget Selvaraj, Finance Executive – PMSSS Mr. Selvaraj, Manager, Women development program, PMSSS Ms. A. Kalvikarasi, Coordinator, USHA Silai School, PMSSS Date : Venue : PMSSS Conference Hall Chief Guests : -Thiru. V. Jayakumar, Deputy Director (Retried), Commissionerate of Rehabilitation of Non-Resident Tamils, Chennai - Mr. Srikrishnan, Chief Manager (Rural & Inclusive Banking group), ICICI Bank, Coimbatore - Mr. Jonathan, Regional Head Sales, ICICI Bank, Chennai In Presence of Rev. Fr. V. Albert Thambidurai, Executive Director, PMSSS Mrs. Bridget Selvaraj, Finance Executive – PMSSS Mr. Selvaraj, Manager, Women development program, PMSSS Ms. A. Kalvikarasi, Coordinator, USHA Silai School, PMSSS

29 Certificate Distribution Welcome Speech by Rev. Fr. V. Albert Thambidurai, Executive Director, PMSSS Silai School Teachers experience sharing on their Development for past 6 months

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31 Activity 5 : Functioning of Silai schools  Enrollment of Learners  Sensitization on basic Sewing Art (Hand stitching)  Sensitization on Basic Sewing machine mechanism  Training on stitching (on Usha Syllabus, need based modules)

32 Activities carried out in Silai Schools

33 1 st Batch Total No. of Learners : 119 learners Studying : 84 students Completed learners: 35 students Fees from Learners : Rs. 100 – 300 (Average per month /Student) Income from Stitching : Rs – 5000 (Average per month ) Income from Sew. machine service : Rs.1250 (from entire 1 st batch)

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35 2 nd Batch Total No. of learners : 95 students Studying : 93 students Completed learners: 2 students Fees from Learners : Rs. 200 – 500 (Average per month /Student) Income from Stitching : Rs – 5000 (Average per month ) Income from Sewing machine: Rs. 600 (from entire 2 nd batch)

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37 DOCUMENTS MAINTAINED at SILAI SCHOOLS  Album  Learners Application File  Attendance (Log in & Out)  Bill Book  Cash book

38 1.13days Bridal Saree & Blouse designing Course sponsored by NABARD, Puducherry. 2. Regular Followup.

39 Activity 1 : Bridal Saree & Blouse Designing 15 Silai Schools teachers participated in the training

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42 Date : 12 th & 13 th September 2013 Monitored by : Mr. Vadivelan, Coordinator, Usha International Ltd., Mrs. Kalarani, Vandrapet

43 Mrs. Dhanalakshmi, Nainarmandapam Mrs. Revathy, Thengaithittu

44 Mrs. Malakodi Villianur Mrs. Thenmozhi Reddiyarpalayam

45 Date : 18 th December 2013 Monitored by : Mr. Vadivelan, Coordinator, Usha International Ltd., Mrs. Subashini, Sanniyakuppam

46 Mrs. Kalaiselvi Panda Sozha Nallur Mrs. Suganthi Kudieruppupalyam

47 District : Villupuram District Programme period : December 2013 to November 2014 No. of Silai Schools : 30 Nos [15 (Batch I) & 15 (Batch II)] Sponsored by : USHA International Ltd., New Delhi Implemented by : Pondicherry Multipurpose Social Service Society (PMSSS)

48 Process adopted by PMSSS in Selection of Women Entrepreneur for 1 st & 2 nd Batch in Villupuram District Step 1 Communication Step 2 Identification Step 3 Preliminary Screening Step 4 Orientation and Practical Test Step 5 Selection Stage 6 Application Step 7 Finalization

49 Practical Test Orientation on Silai Schools

50 1 st Batch2 nd Batch 1.Sathampadi 2.Anivari 3.Pazhaya Karuvachi 4.Fathimapalayam 5.Eraiyur 6.Sengadu 7.Porpalampattu 8.Thaduthatkondur 9.Poondi Road 10.Adanur 11.Madampet 12.V. Maruthur 13.Theedir Kuppam 14.Mugaiyur 15.Melvazhi 1.Kiliyanur 2.Salaiagaram 3.Sernthanur 4.Chellapiratti 5.Thaiyur 6.Marangiyur 7.Chinna Maranodai 8.Melakondai 9.Arulambady 10.Melapazahagoor 11.Ottampattu 12.Sitheri 13.Se. Kuenthur 14.Viriyur 15.Panaiyapuram Profile of 30 Silai School Teachers Widow : 4 Deserted by Husband : 2 Coolie : 24 Social Background : Schedule Caste : 5 Backward Caste : 17 Most Backward : 8 Education Qualification: 5 th Std : 3 6 th Std : 2 8 th Std : 5 9 th Std : 3 10 th Std : th Std : 6

51  7days residential training  usha silai school awareness by WE’s  Opening of Usha Silai school in Target areas  Issue of Certificates to the WE’s / Teachers  Functioning of Silai schools

52 Activities 1 : 7days residential training 1 st Batch Date : 13 th to 19 th December 2013 No. of Trainees : 15 nos Training Venue : PMSSS Livelihood Training Centre, Periyakalapet, Puducherry Inaugurated by :  Rev. Fr. Louis, Episcopal Vicar  Rev. Fr. V. Albert Thambidurai, Executive Director  Mr. Vadivelan, Coordinator, Usha International  Mr. M. Rock Pushparaj, General Manager, PMSSS  Mr. Suresh, Trainer, Usha International Ltd.,  Ms. A. Kalvikarasi, Coordinator, PMSSS School Opening : 1 st Batch Silai schools opened from 6 th January 2014 onwards and all 15 Silai Schools opened.

53 1 st Batch – Inauguration

54 1 st Batch – Residential Training Training on Sewing Machine Mechanism

55 1 st Batch – Residential Training Training on 16 Garment Stitching + Variation of Blouse and Chudithars

56 2 nd Batch – Inauguration Date : 4 th to 10 th January 2014 No. of Trainees : 15 nos Training Venue : PMSSS Livelihood Training Centre, Periyakalapet, Puducherry Inaugurated by :  Rev. Fr. V. Albert Thambidurai, Executive Director  Mr. Suresh, Trainer, Usha International Ltd.,  Ms. A. Kalvikarasi, Coordinator, PMSSS 2 nd batch Silai schools started by all 15 beneficiaries and official inauguration will be held from 1 st week of February 2014.

57 2 nd batch – Residential Training Photograph Training on Sewing Machine Mechanism

58 2nd Batch – Residential Training Photograph Training on 16 Garment Stitching + Variation of Blouse and Chudithars

59 All the Women entrepreneurs enthusiastically and fully participated in the residential training Women entrepreneurs felt that 7 days residential training is very much useful for them. All the Women Entrepreneurs expressed that the sewing machine care and maintenance training has enabled them to repair and service by themselves instead of service person from outside making it cost effective. Women entrepreneurs enhanced their basic knowledge to technical skill. Women entrepreneurs practically learnt the techniques of dress measurement, cutting pattern and stitching methods. Women entrepreneurs become tailoring teachers. USHA program ensured women entrepreneurs a social and economical development.

60 60 Socially, Economically backward rural women got opportunity to equip themselves with tailoring course. Technical skill and capacity of women as entrepreneur developed. Poor and needy women owned a free tailoring machine sponsored by USHA. Training Module inspired the trainees in its comprehensiveness. Gained more knowledge and skill in tailoring with short duration training Simple women became a skilled persons, owner of Silai School, teachers, entrepreneur, employer etc., Developed Fraternity and integrating among women from different destination in Puducherry and Villupuram Districts. Self esteem, Self confidents, Dignity, Positive attitude and courage got imbibed in women. Given a new outlook for women as individual, partner and member of the family and living community. Income earning capacity enhanced. 45 Silai School established in Rural villages and 15 will be established sooner. Created good impact among the rural women especially young girls to avail the tailoring training within their locality with easy access & minimum fees.

61 Name: Mrs. Revathy Age: 40 years Education: 12 th Std. Husband Name: Mr. Mayavan Mobile: Address: # 45, Purushothaman Nayakar St., Thenkaithittu, Muthaliyarpet, Pondicherry-4. Background: Ms. Revathy was married with Mr. Mayavan and got separated 17 years ago. After separation from her husband, she lived with her parents and her father takes care of entire family. Her father has passed away during the year 2000 and the entire responsibility of the family came to Ms. Revathy. She worked at a tailoring shop and earned on an average of Rs. 3000/- per month to run her family before establishment of Silai School. She was really struggling to mange her family with that income. Now she lives with her mother and takes care of two female children.

62 Silai School Intervention: Ms. Revathy has participated UIL training conducted during the month of May, 2013 through PMSSS and established a Silai school on June, 2013 at Thengaithittu. Her life got changed after establishment of Silai School. She runs a Silai school at a relative residence (at free of cost) located near to her home because of limited space at her residence. Month and Year of Establishment: June, 2013 Number of learners completed the course: 11 Number of learners attending the Silai School at present: 17 Fees(Rs. 200 per person /month): Rs /month Average Earning per Month (Silai School & job Work): Rs / month Number of sewing machine at Silai School: 1 Working Condition of UIL Sewing Machine: Good Silai School Signage Board Displayed at a Prominent Place: Yes Silai School Functioning Time: 10 AM – PM Type of Job Work: Women & Kids wear

63 She maintains an album, accounts book with bill book and learners detail at Silai School. She employed two assistants at Silai School to help in job work (both of them were completed Silai course at this Silai School). Ms. Revathy used to go to Mulakulam village to take Silai class on Sundays at one of a learner’s residence. There are five learners attending the class. The income from the Silai School and job work helping her in meeting all household expenses including medical expenses, children educational expenses and saves some amount in a bank. Impact: Ms. Revathy has saved Rs. 39,000/- at bank after establishment of Silai school apart from meeting household expenses and spending money to educate her daughter. Now she educates her younger daughter on her own and she doing B.Tech in a reputed private college. Now Ms. Ravathy is very happy and confident standing on her own & takes care of entire family without any problem. Future Plan: Ms. Revathy has planned to establish a Silai school in a town centre since her present school located in an interior place and difficult for the learners to reach the school. She also planned to buy an additional sewing machine to train the learners better and an over lock machine.

64 Name: Mrs. Subashini Age: 31 years Education: 10 th Std. Husband Name: Mr. Pachaiappan Mobile: Address: # 11, Indira Nagar, Sanniyasikuppam, Pondicherry Background: Ms. Subhashini is a 31 years old and married Mr. Pachaiappan. Her husband has been working as a driver in a private concern on work availability basis. His monthly income is not stable. Thus the Silai school teacher really struggled to run the family. She is blessed with two kids. She was a housewife and never came out from her home after marriage for any purpose. This was the first time she came out from her home/village and participated in a 7 days training programme. Initially her husband wasn’t interested to send Ms. Subashini for the training programme and then Ms. Subashini convinced her husband.

65 Silai School Intervention: Ms. Subashini had participated in UIL training conducted during the month of August, 2013 through PMSSS and established a Silai school in September, 2013 at Sanniyasikuppam. She runs a Silai school by renting a house and paying Rs. 500/- per month as a rent. Month and Year of Establishment : Sep, 2013 Number of learners attending the Silai School at present: 13 Fees (Rs. 500 per month/student):Rs. 6500/ month Average Earning Per Month (Silai School & job Work): Rs. 9000/- Number of sewing machine at Silai School: 1 Working Condition of UIL Sewing Machine: Good Silai School Signage Board Displayed at a Prominent Place: Yes Silai School Functioning Time: 11 AM–7 PM Type of Job Work:Women & Kids Wear

66 A leather company called Rane supporting 10 learners fees. The Silai school teacher serviced a sewing machine and earned Rs. 100/- from that way last month. Ms. Subhasini has been maintaining an album of work and accounts register at Silai School. Impact: The income through Silai School and job work helping Silai school teacher in supporting household expenses and saving Rs. 1500/ months in a bank. Ms. Subashini expressed “Since my husband income wasn’t stable and the income through the Silai school helps us a lot” Future Plan: The Silai school teacher has interested in buying a top model sewing machine which does stitching, over lock, embroidery etc. to train the learners better and get more job work.

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