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Eforia Designer Development Program for South Asian Women

We provide vocational trainings on designing and crafting 


Year Established: 2017

Beneficiaries: South Asian women

Allowing them to become professionals in making hair accessories


  • A lot of South Asian women are not engage in work because of religious reason
  • Most South Asian women are housewives or engage in low skills job, their talents are often not yet explored


  • Flexible working hours to design wigs and hair accessories. Help them build a professional career in salon after the training programme


10 South-Asian ladies to prosper a better career

100+ hours of training to be provided in hairstyling, leather crafts and  customer management for South-Asian Women to develop a career

South-Asian Women to be encouraged to become integrated into the society by being provided with employment and trainings
Society to be more integrated by following the examples of employing South-Asian women and other underprivileged groups


Eforia gains revenues from selling the wigs these women designed and crafted to Salon Nova


Training courses and sharing sessions  

Training courses in hair-styling and designing hair accessories, and sharing sessions about running a social enterprise, all instructed by core members

Mentorship program

Regular meetings with mentors for sharing experience and following up on improving self-esteem throughout the programme