Jan-Daksha Trust, along with the Aravli Labor Union and Aajeevika Bureau, organized an event that linked labourers and their dependents to various social security schemes and government benefits. Firstly, workers registered with the Labour Welfare Board Scheme received their benefits in the form of a bank deposit. Many of the labourers’ children received scholarships, while female workers claimed additional benefits under the Maternity Help Scheme. Over 200 labourers attended the event, which featured prominent guests like Labour Minister Mangi Lal Garasiya and M.P. Raghuvir Mina.
Jan-Daksha Trust set up a career counseling camp with the young female workers of Hawamagri Sukher, with the intention of providing the uneducated youth with skill training that could expand the scope of their employment opportunities. In this event, led by Jan-Daksha secretary Alka Vyas, over 28 young women participated in various discussions about how to prepare for entry into the labour market. From these discussions, Jan-Daksha learned that many of those in attendance could not secure the jobs they wanted because of a lack of education. Also, many of the young labourers could not afford the vocational training necessary to find other employment. The Jan-Daksha staff ultimately referred the attendees to the counseling center, as well as career training services and even placement in various jobs.