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Underlifting Underprivileged
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  • Continue to support the project SAKHI (Kushalgarh) to impart skill enhancement vocational training to the underprivileged and most unfortunate of the poor women in southern Rajasthan.
  • Many Graduates from Embroidery training are self-employed and earning $400 per month.
  • Govt Agency TRIFED sells handmade made products made by SAKHI some selective places (like an airport)
  • 300 girls were trained English via mobile during summer 2019
  • 289 girls and women learned various skills (clay art, toy-making, Mehandi,design, and education) to supplement their family income.
  • Pilot program got launch for necessary computer skills for impoverished girls and women
  • Many women got trained and employed to produce masks during the COVID-19 crisis. Masks shipped to France and USA.
  • A total of 2,700 women was provided vocational training in the last three-plus years. A complete report 2019-2020 of all activities is available at:
  • In partnership with BJS Pune and ISIS Bangalore almost a total of 267 students were funded (primary to high school) in addition to the SAKHI Project accomplishments.
  • Continue to review and fund the currently enrolled students in the program. Review their performance.
  • Scale the student enrollment but requires commitment to BJS of 25 lakhs per year basis.
  • Continue to focus on vocational training for underprivileged ones
    • Increase awareness all around the world about this program
    • Increase scale – funds and number of qualified youths to be funded
  • Continue to Identify NGO to NGO funding process in India (Govt. rules changes). Got success but need to scale further.


  • The mission is to uplift the underprivileged ones and extend our services to help them to a sustainable livelihood. Under this program the selected individuals (preferred Jains but not limited to) in India will receive quality education for their children, higher or vocational training for young adults, and skill enhancement vocational training to increase their earning potential.


  • Under-privileged and all ages in India.


  • This will allow JAINA to make a direct and positive impact in Jain families in India – Sustainable livelihood to liberate them from poverty!
  • A platform for Jains helping other Jains by education, vocational training and mentorship 267+ students got funded in last one year (2019-20).
  • 300+ women were provided vocational training last year.






Kamlesh Mehta

Chair Person


Dr. Sushil Jain



Mr. Prem Jain



Mr. Uday Jain



Lata Champsee




Kamlesh Mehta Chair-Person

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