As the whole state of Kerala gets ready to celebrate its favourite harvest festival Onam, the women entrepreneurs of the BREADS’ Women Empowerment through Livelihood and Entrepreneurship (WELivE) programme in Alappuzha are making the most of the occasion. On 4 September 2022, twelve women (4 entrepreneurial groups and 1 individual entrepreneur) organised an Ona-chantha (onam market) at Maximilian Kolbe Church (Don Bosco) in Mangalam, Alappuzha to market their various products. Their products included dry fish, pickles of different varieties, coconut oil, ginger curry, chammanthi-podi (chutney powder), and snack items (like chips, sharkara-varatti, etc.).
The Ona Chantha was a successful platform enabling the ladies to reach out to approximately 500 people to promote and advertise their products, while also making a decent profit from their sales. Overall, it was an occasion for all to celebrate!
Cycling forward with KPMGTwelve children of Don Bosco Mithra School were treated to a ple
Former Smokers declare ‘No Tobacco here’ in Kappikunnu, WayanadThe Drug Rehabilitation Education and Mentoring (DREAM) programm
Deutsche Bank representatives visit DB BEST: Celebrating Mutual Benefits and Empowering YouthHosting representatives of the Deutsche Bank, Ms. Ruchi Khemka (
Morgan Stanley painting a better world at BOSCO Vatsalya BhavanA team of 30 from Morgan Stanley, led by Mr. Raju Alluri - Manag