Weaving Destination, a livelihood programme of a charity called NEDAN Foundation, started in its early years of inception with women in villages of two districts of BTC with home-based looms and a cooperative of women weavers was formed. In 2008, with a grant from UNDP, Weaving Destination was initiated as a center for creating livelihood opportunities and facilitating socio-economic empowerment of women by involving local tribal women including women living with HIV, survivors of human trafficking and female migrant returnees who are highly vulnerable to re-trafficking and impoverishment. Weaving Destination enhances the weaving skills of Bodo women extending this ethnic cultural heritage as a source of sustainable livelihoods.