The ARCC has an order of about 1000 bags which have been exported to the Netherlands by June. The material has been bought and the cutting process is going on and it is distributed to the people in the tailoring group who take it and distribute it to the Field Training Center (FTC) students in the villages and stitch it and get it back to us. Each bag is quality checked, first by their FTC head and then by the Production head who is Mrs.Deepa. they are paid their labor charges – for stitching and for cutting separately. A cutting machine has also been purchased to make the work easier.500 bags have been made already and are in the ARCC. Because of the COVID 19situation, the rest of the work has come to a standstill because more material has to be sourced for the rest of the bags and the transportation is banned because of the lockdown.