Hobbylu kicked off the first campaign on "Make Women Strong"at Press Club Hyderabad on International Women's Day (March 8th) wherein the self defence trainer of Hobbylu, Hobby discovery and booking platform, showed some of the most powerful and effective self defence techniques to women journalist.
Under this campaign, Hobbylu will provide free martial arts workshop for women and children in urban localities and schools within the twin city for the next 8 weeks, in a move to encourage women to learn self defence techniques so that they can safeguard themselves.
The initiative is aimed at creating awareness regarding women safety and child abuse. Under the Make Women Strong campaign, for a two-month period (March-April 2017), Hobbylu will conduct self-defence workshops in shortlisted communities, reaching out to 20,000-30,000 women and children.
"Although its not that self defence classes and workshops are not happening now, but as a society, we need to reinforce it and it should be ingrained in the mind of women. This is our small way of contributing to a larger cause," said Pratibha Rathore, Founder, Hobbylu.