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Satyameva is a collaborative effort of the Auromir and the Auroveda Foundations in integrated community development for underprivileged women and children in India. The first Satyameva Community development project was initiated in Chandigarh on July 2018. This project, while focusing on integral learning and vocational training for women and children, works simultaneously on the entire ecosystem around the learners and includes adult orientation to health, hygiene and waste management. The project is actively supported by volunteers from all over the country and abroad.
The ‘Learn and Earn’ scheme utilizes traditional skills associated with social and cultural backgrounds of our artisans and learners. Along with education, women get a personal space for creativity. The learners are exposed to various skills and techniques through apprenticeship, workshops and personalized training by master artisans.