Horizons of hope: impact assessment study of the project - reviving crafts heritage and providing sustainable livelihood to artisans

By: Mathur, Ajeet
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad 2017Description: 100 p.Subject(s): Crafts heritage | Gujarat State Women's Sewa Cooperative Federation Limited | SEWA | women spirit | cultural heritage | artisanal craftsDDC classification: 746.0954 Summary: This is an impact assessment study of the project "Reviving Crafts Heritage ans providing Sustainable Livelihood to Artisans" executed by Gujarat State Women's SEWA Cooperative Federation Limited ( GSWSCFL ) from March 2013 to February 2016 supported by the National Cultural Fund ( NCF ) and funded by Rural Electrification Corporation ( REC ) with an outlay of Rs.13,890,000. The hope of reviving crafts heritage that sparked this project is about spirits of gritty women being enabled and prepared by acquiring artisanal skills for sustainable livelihoods and the establishmen of a Craft Heritage Centre at Dhal-ni-Pol Ahmedabad by renovating a dilapidated building into Sewa-ni-haveli as a hub for Design SEWA and cultural heritage tourism.
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This is an impact assessment study of the project "Reviving Crafts Heritage ans providing Sustainable Livelihood to Artisans" executed by Gujarat State Women's SEWA Cooperative Federation Limited ( GSWSCFL ) from March 2013 to February 2016 supported by the National Cultural Fund ( NCF ) and funded by Rural Electrification Corporation ( REC ) with an outlay of Rs.13,890,000. The hope of reviving crafts heritage that sparked this project is about spirits of gritty women being enabled and prepared by acquiring artisanal skills for sustainable livelihoods and the establishmen of a Craft Heritage Centre at Dhal-ni-Pol Ahmedabad by renovating a dilapidated building into Sewa-ni-haveli as a hub for Design SEWA and cultural heritage tourism.

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