Women self-help teams are creating the story of self-reliance – Lok Shakti.in2 min read
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel had began the Suraji Gaon Yojana in Chhattisgarh with the goal of displaying a brand new route to the agricultural economic system of Chhattisgarh. Today its outcomes are additionally being seen. The girls of Chhattisgarh’s rural areas should not solely attempting their arms in new employment however are additionally writing a brand new story of self-reliance. Rural girls, who earlier trusted male members of the family to fulfill primary wants, are actually changing into financially empowered and opening new doorways of prospects.
One such story is of Balrampur-Ramanujganj district located within the northern finish of Chhattisgarh. The girls members of the Pragati Mahila Self-Help Group right here have earned about Rs 37 lakh 17 thousand within the final three years by making vermicompost from cow dung, making manure from the waste popping out of the homes and from the works of group backyard improvement.
So far, 3 thousand 724 quintals of vermicompost manure has been produced by 28 girls of Pragati Self Help Women’s Group, out of which 3 thousand 631 quintals of vermicompost has been offered, incomes a complete earnings of Rs 36 lakh 31 thousand 700. occurred. With this earnings, the self-help group has made a revenue of Rs 9 lakh 58 thousand 200.
Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel’s bold Narva, Garuva, Ghurwa and Bari scheme has given a brand new enhance to the spirits of ladies of self-help teams and they’re setting new data. Mrs. Lakho Puri of Pragati Mahila Self Help Group says that 28 girls are collectively manufacturing vermicompost from cow dung, resulting from which they have a prestigious place within the society together with further earnings. He instructed that the situation of our home has improved with the dividend cash. The secretary of the group says that Godhan Nyaya Yojana has turn out to be a supply of further earnings for us girls, the earnings acquired from this has helped within the schooling of kids.
Door-to-door rubbish assortment is being executed by these hardworking girls via e-rickshaws and mini-tippers, which they themselves drive to gather rubbish from houses and convey it to the segregation shed inbuilt Gothan. Group member Geeta Nagvanshi stated that mustard, banana, tomato, peas, gram, garlic and onion are additionally being cultivated beneath the group backyard in Gauthan. Along with this, the group is getting further earnings from poultry farming and quail farming.