Dream Weavers

what we do

Dreams Weavers assistswomen through support service activities such as capacity building workshops, skills training, collaborative design innovation and product development; helping them transform their vocational skills into products which become a source of permanent employment and sustained earning.
We strongly believe any training or education achieve its full purpose once it makes the person self-reliant. In case of these poor women converting their training in to livelihoods various factors work, not alone training and education. So, we work on those other social factors also which effects these poor women’s lives.

our program

Capacity Building

We organize various awareness program to enhance their vision, to give them knowledge mostly related to the livelihood, take them in exposure visits in exports and imports house, boutiques, organize program on business(small) development.
We try to change their attitude towards the girl’s education and ensure the school enrolment of their children.
Design and Product Development- We support them in design and product development so that the products can compete in market.

Girls Education

the problem

India with 940 girls for 1,000 boys is a daughter deficient and son surplus country.
Even today, 21 million girls in India are unwanted due to parents favoring sons over daughters. Furthermore, it is estimated that there are 63 million women “missing” from India’s population because the desire for sons has given rise to sex-selective abortions, and girls suffer disproportionately from disease, neglect, or inadequate access to education and nutrition.
Out of this Haryana is the worst state with 877 girls (900 in 1966) for 1,000 boys.
Haryana strictly follows a patriarchal system where son holds the centre stage in the family. Cases of female foeticide are on the rise and the state is not taking seriously the guidelines of the Supreme Court by not submitting the quarterly report of child birth along with the gender ratio. According to the Economic Survey of India 2018, the ratio of the last child born in the family in Haryana is 2,300 boys to 1,000 girls, against 2,100 boys in Gujarat, Punjab and Rajasthan.
Despite the government women friendly schemes, the enrolment of girls in schools is much less than boys and the ratio of Scheduled Caste girls is the worst. Around 49.3 per cent girls drop out of schools before matriculation.
The crippling female illiteracy in India leads to a gender-skewed workforce, where only about 25% of the country’s workforce is female.
An educated girl child stays away from an early marriage and is empowered to stand up against exploitation. As she grows, she is able to make better choices for herself and influence the communities she lives in. This transforms her present life and ensures a secure safe future for her.

What we offer for this solution


A tuition is given after the school in good conducive environment so that girls can meet their academic expectations


Complete kit of school books, copies, uniform, stationary, sanitary hygiene items and by-cycles need based


Meal support after the tuition classes as per need.


Half yearly programme to provide medical checkups with the support of partner organizations.

Social and Moral Support

Making the parents and community sensitize about the importance of education, change their perception and attitude towards the girls education.

Community Participation

Assist the community for making their available education infrastructure active and friendly for girls.

Child Rights

Children have a right to be heard. They must have their basic survival rights(food, shelter, education, health) without any biasness. It is not only important for their mental and emotional development but also caters a high degree of self-esteem and self-belief in them.
We strongly believe the importance of supporting and strengthening families and communities to protect and take care of children as families are the first line of defence for children. That is why we our we started a program for sustainable livelihood.