Imphal: Home cleaning products produced by the inmates sheltered at Manipur crisis Relief Camp in Urup OBC Girls Hostel was launched on Wednesday at the relief camp in Imphal East district. custom basketball jerseys dallas cowboys jersey nfl team shop best sex toy for women cheap jerseys sex toys for women cheap wig adidas yeezy boost 700 nike air max for sale cheap jordan shoes for sale adidas stores adidas stores jordan’s store jordan outlet nfl jerseys
The products launched were phenyl, dish wash and detergent powder, which are to be marketed at very nominal price. The products will also be available for sale at the Manipur State Rural Livelihoods Mission (MSRLM) office, Loklaobung.
They were launched by State Mission director, MSRLM, N. Bandana Devi and deputy commissioner, Imphal East, Khumanthem Diana Devi.
The launching programme was organised by Keirao Women Multipurpose Co-operative Society Ltd and promoted by MSRLM under department of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj, Manipur.
Diana said the launch was one of the initiatives of the government for financial self-reliance and for generating income for their livelihood.
Bandana interacted with the inmates and encouraged them to set up Self Help groups to indulge themselves in the income generating work and assured that all possible assistance will be given to revive their livelihood. She stated that through effective communication and community engagement strategies, Cluster Level Federation (CLF) successfully conveyed the benefits of participating in the income generating Initiatives to the camp inmates. They organized awareness sessions and interactive discussions, emphasizing the significance of economic empowerment and the potential for personal growth that these activities offered.
With the initiative of MSRLM, Cluster level Federation of Keirao supported 152 inmates of the relief camp from Churachandpur and Moreh at Urup OBC Girls Hostel for Short -Term Livelihood activities.