India still has one of the lowest female literacy rates in Asia. In 1991, less than 40 percent of the 330 million women aged 7 and over were literate, which means today there are over 200 million illiterate women in India. Even when having enrolled in primary schools girls are less likely to complete primary education, due to poverty, traditions and lack of protection.
Saivana- promotes self-reliance, economic independence, and leadership opportunities for any of their women employees or a girl child, at any point in their lives. 100% of a girl’s education is fully funded by the company at our corporate factories in India.
Empowering women by educating them thus removing boundaries - cultural, educational, societal, and political.