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Women Empowerment

Women Empowerment


                                   

• To sensitize women of target area for the need of SHG and its relevance in their empowerment process. 

• To create group feeling among women.

• To enhance the confidence and capabilities of women.

• To develop collective decision making among women.

• To encourage habit of saving among women and facilitate the accumulation of their own capital resource base. To motivate women taking up social responsibilities particularly related to women development


SHG is a group formed by the community women, which has specific number of members like 15 or 20. In such a group the poorest women would come together for emergency, disaster, social reasons, economic support to each other have ease of conversation, social interaction and economic interactions

Self help groups are the most predominant micro finance organization in India. The reason for the growing popularity and success of the micro financing through self help group is the accessibility of the scheme by the beneficiaries unlike many other development oriented schemes prevalent in the country.

The approach of considering the poor as not only NATIONAL SOCIAL SOCIETY concern but also its main resource made a remarkable change in both, in implementation strategies adopted and in the volume of benefit reached to the people. The interventions become less of delivery of goods and services and became more a rights based approach for structural transformation through various types of social movements. The immediate result of the paradigm shift was an increase in the formation and growth of self help groups especially among women. The SHG movement which began with 100 groups in the year 2014-15. The movement continues not only with providing substantial economic growth to the members but also becoming a catalyst for social change.

  Women’s Literacy Programme:(WLP)

·      NSS Literacy Programme for illiterate women within the age group of 18 to 45 years, who have been made literate in slum area of rural  India . Several women participants from slum areas were benefited by this program

·        The Scheme of Condensed Courses of Education was initiated by NSS in 2008 to cater to the needs of adult girls / women who could not join mainstream education system or were school dropouts. The scheme aims to provide educational opportunities to girls / women above the age of 15 years along with additional inputs of skill development /

·          vocational training. The main focus of the scheme is to ensure that contents of the course are need-based and modified according to local requirement, simultaneously targeting various stages of educational levels of primary / middle / high school and matric / secondary level courses. The programme also aims at instilling confidence among adult women through education making them able citizens. Selection of candidates is required to be done by a committee comprising the institution and the Principal / representative of a local government school of the area where the course is to be held. The Scheme is being implemented through Voluntary Organizations and educational institutions, having requisite infrastructure and experience in the field of women / social development and education across the country

 

 

 

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