Social IMPACT PROJECTS

Social IMPACT PROJECTS

Social Impact - SIKSHANA, SADHANA, SAMRUDHI

ALEAP, in its 28 years of journey, is striving to bring significant positive change to improve women's economic status.

We believe that the most important job of an organization is to "improve society."People these days are more focused on businesses that bring good to society. ALEAP, as a business organization,follows an ethical approach to improvingand upholding women's socio-economic status.

ALEAPconducted several skill development programs in rural and semi-urban areas with the support of government and private organizations.

LEDP: Livelihood  Entreprise Development Program:

LEDP trainingwas organized in rural areas with the financial support of NABARD. Sustainable livelihood trainingwas designed to provide maximum benefit to the rural people, along with handholding and escort support. Each batch comprised 30 participants.

LEDP program in jute bag making was inaugurated by Dr. GR Chintala – Chairman, NABARD at Siddipet District.

Trainings for MINORITY WOMEN

With the support of Telangana State Minorities Finance Corporation, Hyderabad, ALEAP has conducted skill development training for minority women in three centers – Jute bag making in Amberpet, Garment making in Malakpet, and Jute bag making for two months at ECIL– with the strength of 30 at each center.

ODISHA – Reintroducing traditional handlooms with new designs

ALEAP has been offered to extend its services to the Handloom cluster at Katapali or Govindpur in Bargarh district, Odisha. The available raw materials are cotton, cotton yarn, silk cocoons, tussar silk yarn, chemical dyes, and natural dyes. The cotton and the silk cocoons will be spun into yarns when required.

The Ikatbandha work is done per the designs created in the design innovation center. ALEAP is responsible for design intervention and training the weavers with new technologies and innovative designs. ALEAP aims to help weavers increase the quantity of production. The women will get training in garment making and home furnishing products. They will also be provided with innovative packaging.

ALEAP develops loom innovation and yarn diversification by using different kinds of sustainable yarns such as banana, bamboo, jute, hemp, etc.

ALEAP helps them in Digital Marketing and participation in buyer-seller meetings in India and abroad to market and put Odisha handloom on the global map. Product diversification, especially in home furnishing and sustainable fashion, meets the market demand beyond Odisha.

Current Events


ALEAP conducted a ZED program whose objective was to improve the manufacturing quality of MSMEs, enhance their productivity and reduce the negative impact on the environment.
The ZED Certification envisages the promotion of Zero Defect Zero Effect (ZED) practices among MSMEs so as to:
  • Encourage and enable MSMEs for manufacturing quality products using the latest technology, and tools & to constantly upgrade their processes for the achievement of high quality and high productivity with the least effect on the environment
  • Develop an Ecosystem for ZED Manufacturing in MSMEs, for enhancing competitiveness and enabling exports
  • Promote the adoption of ZED practices and recognize the efforts of successful MSMEs
  • Encourage MSMEs to achieve higher ZED Certification levels through graded incentives
  • Increase public awareness of demanding Zero Defect and Zero Effect products through the MSME Sustainable (ZED) Certification
  • Identify areas to improve upon, thereby assisting the Government in policy decisions and investment prioritization

Visit of Shri Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma, the Honble Minister of State, MSME, GoI
Dr. S. Glory Swarupa, Director General, National Institute for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (NI MSME)
Mr. Shashi Ranjan Verma, Deputy Director, Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) to Atal Incubation Center (We-Hub); Center for Entrepreneurship Development at ALEAP and Launch of Innovative products of start-ups promoted by AIC ALEAP We-Hub