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The Sikh Relief Kirat Kamai centres are continuing to empower the ladies of underprivileged families, helping them train in vocational skills and create employment or self sufficiency within months.

Only through the grace of the Guru and their Sangat has such an incredible change in the lives of so many been achievable.

Bibi Kamaljeet Kaur has taken a course in tailoring and embroidery at Sikh Relief's Bajakhana, district Faridkot, centre and in just 6 months is proficient enough to now work as a self employed tailor. Unfortunately due to her circumstances she is unable to buy a sewing machine.

Bibi Kamaljit Kaur's family predicament is very severe as her father is the only earner at the moment, he operates a backbreaking rickshaw and has four siblings, one of whom is a brother who is unable to speak, or even walk and has been bedridden since childhood.

In such a situation, helping our sister is our Seva and privilege.

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