By Samhita Social Ventures
June 21, 2020
Read Time: 13 mins
For the quantum growth of the economy, investments in education and skilling of informal workers are key, especially because a huge share of population has very little skills.
Bilal, a Sozni artisan and entrepreneur with disability from Jammu and Kashmir, is driven to face the many challenges that lie in his path and works to emerge stronger from any adversity.
Sole bread-winner Valarmathi Thangaswami, a 55-year-old sanitation worker from Trichy, works to support her struggling son despite all the hurdles that line her path.