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Phenyl making  – A case study

Two destitute and disabled women D. Buddama and O. Kamla from Markandi village of Rangeilunda Block were selected by the villagers as the beneficiaries for Micro Enterprises Development. When the project staff interacted with them and discussed various trades with them, considering their disabilities they were interested to prepare white phenyl. On the day of the training they prepared 26 bottles each containing one litre. Few bottles were given to villagers to use as a part of market experimentation exercise The product was sold with a profit of 30%. Now they have got the order from the nearby town to produce as much as they can. This brought a new ray of hope in the life of two women who were not recognized by the family and community. They now earn money with dignity

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