Shilp Rahat – Save The Artisans and Craftworkers (AIACA)
All India Artsians and Craftworkers Welfare Association
The All India Artisans and Craftworkers Welfare Association (AIACA) is headquarterd in New Delhi, India. It was established in 2004, as a membership based non-profit organisation for the handloom and handicrafts sector in India.
It works towards the growth and sustainability of the crafts sector, with a focus on providing a better standard of living for the artisans and craft workers. Its main operation is to continuously work on mainstreaming the craft practices through policy, advocacy and facilitation methods.
Last year, AIACA looked after sustaining livelihood options for the artisans and craftworkers by providing marketing assistance to them to clear their stocks, and responded to their economic distress by paying wages and raw material. They also provided relief kits containing food supplies and essential supplies to various artisan clusters across the country.
This year, after taking stock of artisans’ needs, AIACA, in partnership with Goonj, is relaunching #RaiseWithAiaca, a fundraising effort, as #ShilpRahaat focus to recover lost livelihoods and providing food and medical aid. Your donations will help in
- Support wages and raw materials for artisans and handmade businesses as they seek to continue their work with dignity.
- Provide marketing assistance to ensure sales of existing stock through digital platforms, mitigate logistics issues, etc.
Artisans and Craftworkers pan India
Open Donations Appeal.
You can donate to secure an artisan’s wage and raw material for a day or fund a complete coverage for 5 days, 10 days, 15 days or 20 days.
Aarohi is a registered charitable organization in India
All donations are tax-deductible under the 12A 80G
Aarohi is a registered under FCRA in India
About Goonj :Since 1999, Goonj envisions growth as an idea across regions, economies and countries using urban discard as a tool to alleviate poverty and enhance the dignity of the poor in the world.