Give a boost to rural women and children. How? By going shopping! Development of Women and Children in Rural Areas (DWCRA) is organising a six-day exhibition of their handicrafts and handlooms of Ranga Reddy District at Shilparamam from 24th August to 29th August.
There would be 15 stalls set-up for this exclusive exhibition of Banjara Needle Craft, Bidri Craft, Kalamkari, Ikat Weaving, Cloth and Jute bags, Semi-Leather goods, Clay and Brass handicrafts, Pochampally sarees and so on.
5 foods stalls serving traditional Andhra and fastfoods, are being set up for the convenience of the visiting people. Cultural programs such as Bharatanatyam on 24th August, Pallesudulu and dance ballet on 25th and Harikatha on 26th will be organised for the entertainment part.
Development of Women and Children in Rural Areas (DWCRA) program was launched in 1982, as part of the Integrated Rural Development program (IRDP). Its aim was to empower rural women living below the poverty line by way of organizing them to create sustainable income generating activities through self-employment.
It was the first program of its kind that specifically focused on improving the quality of life of rural women.
The exhibition is inaugurated by Sabita Indira Reddy, Minister for Mines and Geology, and L Premachandra Reddy, RR District Collector would be present for the inauguration.
Please contact the venue at 2310-0455 for further details.