The Covid Product: Making Women More Self-Reliant

The Covid Product: Making Women More Self-Reliant
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Women are coming in droves to learn how to ride for better work options, more independence. They’re tired of being dependent on their husbands or male friends who don’t share the same ambitions that they do – whether it’s earning money outside the home or taking up an athletic hobby like riding bikes!

Amrita Shary is an inspiration for the women of her family. All because she learnt to ride a two-wheeler, and with it came confidence and growth in business opportunities that were previously inaccessible or unsafe on public transportation due to recent events like covid-19.

A woman from Telangana has been working hard over these past few months, both inside and outside of the home and acquiring new skills that will help make life more enriching than ever before!

Amrita started off waiting around all day long at bus stops while married off young girls here often don’t get much say regarding what goes down during wedding plans (or anything really), so there’s no way they could’ve known this learning crap would turn helpful for them.

Possible changes:

The pandemic had a notable influence on working women, especially those stuck at home without public transportation.

Without access to riding routes and outside jobs that can be done while commuting between workplaces or during down-time hours like lunch breaks.

Many became more dependent upon family members for help around their house chores which led them into feeling isolated from society due partly because these individuals do not share similar interests with others close by, so it becomes difficult making friends when there isn’t much else going on besides watching TV together after dinner time has passed.

The typical Indian mindset:

Women in India are faced with many barriers to entering or growing their careers, such as poor public transport and safety concerns.

Women often have less financial autonomy when it comes to owning vehicles because they may need someone else’s permission before taking out loans for themselves; additionally, there is a prevalent patriarchal attitude that discourages women from working outside of the home.

When gas was low due to overwhelming traffic on roads during last year’s pandemic, people could not commute.

Hence, most had no choice but to stay at home instead, which caused significant setbacks financially – without income and physically since these individuals could no longer do daily tasks like shopping etc.

The number of women in India who want to learn how to ride two-wheelers is on the rise, which could be due to an increase in economic growth opportunities.

In addition, they have seen a noticeable jump with support groups assisting these ladies because there are so many new people looking into learning from them every day!

More work opportunities:

Nowadays, you can find more apps that offer eCommerce delivery services, which means more consumers opting out from traditional ways of being dependent upon someone else doing their errands.

While still wanting quality service at home delivered right when you need it–all without having any trouble getting around town using your set wheels.

A few months ago, over 100 women in Narayanpet were trained to ride two-wheelers by their district collector.

The initiative is part of a skill-building program where participants are taught how to use the vehicles for various purposes and have access to these skills they’ve gained!

“Accessing public transportation is a problem for women in smaller towns and villages, especially after the pandemic as they are often scared of travelling on crowded trains. I didn’t expect interest from this project to be so high,” says Hari Chandana with Narayanpet district collector.

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