Srujna partners with an existing livelihood unit in the community wherein a group of women comes to make and sell handmade products. It mobilizes the necessary infrastructure and raw materials resources to develop the unit.
In the next phase, once the women begin earning, Srujna identifies a potential female Changemaker, which Srujna calls Super didi from the group. It provides coaching to the Super didi, builds her capacities to run the livelihood unit, and inspires other women to work.
In the last phase, the Super didi forms women’s groups, self-help groups, and women entrepreneurs in the larger community. She also turns the livelihood unit into a hub called the Shakti centre, wherein the women assemble to work, incubate new ideas for community welfare, finds solutions to their issues, etc.