The mobile van is a unique concept of reaching out to the remotest area and the poorest of people like those in the remote salt pans.

  Capacity Building
- Trainings
- Tele Education
- Trainings
Developing women’s strengths & abilities, facilitating their exposure to new information, knowledge & skills and stimulating their growth & leadership have been main concerns of SEWA.
The major thrust of the CLCs is to build-up a center within

a cluster of villages for the communities to use. This CLCs now emerged as hubs for transmission of traditional, local knowledge as young and old regularly interact. It helps in sourcing important learning in traditional disaster coping mechanism, traditional and local method of preserving grain and methods adopted for harvesting water.  CLCs are knowledge centre equipped with modern technology so that the mix can be put to effective use for generating sustainable employment.
The Community Learning Centers are Learning Centers for different needs of different villages:
Skill Trainings
The CLCs provide space for the livelihood cooperatives. Artisans, Gum Collectors, RUDI Vendors, Salt Workers, etc. may have their workshops at CLCs.
Wellness Education
On topics such as child health, nutrition, hygiene,  maternal, etc.
Education on social issues
Such as women’s rights, gender relationships, literacy programs.
Disaster Preparedness Education
On-going community education about the dynamics of disasters and their repercussions, Posters and    short   films, explain to community members where to go when an emergency alarm is heard, Signs around the center inform community members of contingency plans, etc.
Computer Trainings
Each CLC is equipped with 4-5 computers. The curriculum for the training is made on the needs of the members. For example a savings member is given extensive training on excel, whereas a craft member is taught designing. All trainings include the basic computer literacy module and office trainings.
ICT Trainings
use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) as there are Internet, Mobile phone, SMS, MMS can build capacities of the women   community in their respective trades, contribute to their development as leaders and implementers and enormously enhance their confidence. Further ICT also provides an additional opportunity of income generation.
Tele Education
This is aimed at skill development, adult
education and informal education. Tele Education   through videoconferences aim to bring access to knowledge at the villager’s doorstep.