Opportunities are very crucial for individuals, families and societies. Opportunities and initiatives define the livelihood scenario in all communities. Rural livelihood structure is a complex and diverse one, with agriculture & agricultural labour as the dominant activities, with as much as 90% of the rural population involved in it. In addition, there are some non-farm activities like fishing, trading, providing services like transportation, tailoring, hotel, etc, small enterprises, wage labour, artisan work and others.

Livelihood is an aspect of rural tribal life that needs attention because many rural families live in poverty, below the poverty line and lack basic life amenities. To address this situation, education and various trainings are a necessity.

BSS, by itself as well as with collaborations, strives to provide various vocational trainings and workshops to support the livelihood and income-earning capabilities & opportunities in its project area.