Quality Education * Women Empowerment * Youth Employment * Preventive Health Care * Community Involvement
                 Quality Education * Women Empowerment * Youth Employment * Preventive Health Care * Community Involvement           

A Powerful Tool of Transformation

 

"If you educate a man, you educate an individual; but, if you educate a woman, you educate a family."

                                     

We believe in the above quote from Dr. Kwegyir-Aggrey. Hence, we have taken the empowerment of women seriously because we believe it is the quickest, most efficient, and cheapest way to achieve all-round development in the villages. Our women empowerment program supports the existing women self-help groups and assists in the deployment of strategies for village transformation, skills improvement, and income generation. Special emphasis is placed on the education of girls. We are empowering women through:

 

  • Women Empowerment Program: Our team works closely with women on a daily basis. We have empowered 60,000 women in 250 villages by December 2019
  • Providing bicycles, recognizing girls for academic excellence, decreasing absenteeism, drop-outs & encouraging higher education
  • Empowering Women Health Care Workers: such as ASHA workers, Anganwadi workers, and ANMs
  • Livelihoods Program: Conduct regularly 90-days camp for stitching training for 25 women in PRDC. Three batches trained
  • Financing the purchase of livestock and small businesses
  • Over 325 sewing machines donated to create self-employment in marginalized women.
  • SMILES Program of preventive health care
  • Sneha Program to educate the girls and thereby their families about menstrual hygiene and awareness, which has resulted in decreased absenteeism from school among girls
  • Distribution of over 1 million sanitary pads
  • Provided employment to about 100 women in our organization directly over time and training them in rural development
  • Trips to the National Institute of Rural Development to share ideas
  • Mahila Mandal building has been constructed for the Self-help Groups (SHG) to have a proper place to hold their meetings
  • Indigent Women Ashram ( Home) - food grains to 125 women every month
  • AMMA Program : Decreasing Maternal Morbidity & Mortality Rate
  • Bharat Bachpan Program : Decreasing child malnutrition & mortality
  • Empowering the Self-Help Groups
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