Stop Violence Against Women's in India

by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India
Stop Violence Against Women's in India

Project Report | May 10, 2016
Little Step It Up for Gender Equality

By Deepak sharma | CEO

Women's Day celebrations
Women's Day celebrations

Dear Friend's Namaste

Many Greeting from RSKS India

For the empowerment, social development, self-respect, dignified life and increase self-reliance  of marginalized deprived women, on 8th March 2016, Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan, with the support of Global Giving Foundation, celebrated womens day with joy in village Mangaliyawaas, Ajmer.  Mending the rift of rich and poor, women of many casts, religion participated in the program.

Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan organised many programs for women on women day celebration.

1-    Rangoli competition
2-    Poster competition
3-    Musical Chair Race
4-    Sac race
5-    Violence against women and womens' Right debate competition
6-    Handicraft making competition
7-    Bridal make-up,

mehndi competition and many other entertaining and informative activities were organised. Momento and gifts were distributed to the winners to motivate them. All of that brought a positive energy to the women and the program became a cause for all the women to smile.

The women day celebration commenced by gram sarpanch showing clearence to awareness rally. In the rally, women gave awareness message on several issues as stop violence against women, women right, education, prevention of child marriage, dowry system and save girl. The villagers participated in the awareness rally and echoed the entire village with the slogans of women empowerment.

155 poor women participated in the women day program. Many public representatives, bank officers and leaders showed the utility system and significance of "women day" to the women. Also, officers shared their expreriences with the women and some of the women also shared their experiences. some of them are :

Madhu, belongs to a landless peasant family, is a resident of village Daurai. Her family had to live an extensive poor life in the lack of agriculture. They didn't have a firm mean of livelihood. One day, Madhu met one of the volunteers of Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan and told about her problem. The volunteer takes is sensibly and, adviced and promoted her to get bag making training. Her husband also promoted her to get the bag making training. The training program was organised in the collaboration of Global Giving Foundation and Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan.

    Then, for next 2 months, Madu learnt designer handbags, canvas and regzine bag, cloth bag, tote bag with dedication. After the completion of training, She got a bank loan of Rs. 10,000 with the help of Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan. Madhu bought a sewing machin and raw material with the amount of the bank loan and established her self-employment at her home. The bags she made got appreciation day by day because the consumers had beautiful bags at a lower cost. Now, Madhu earns Rs. 8,000 per month by the bag making business. Her living standard is getting better and her children study in a better school. Now they have means of pleasure in the home. Madhu is now happy and other women are getting inspired by her. Thus, she has become a role model of other women of the region.

22 years old , poor Chandni had studied till 11th, Being married at the minor age she had to leave her study. Chandni, perhaps, had a bad luck that her husband was habitual alcoholic and unemployed. He used to consume liquor and have fight with Chandni. Chandni, victim of domestic violence kept silent due to shyness. Her marriage life was at the edge of divorce and ultimately she had to get complaint file against her husband in police station. But her in-laws were economically sound and she had to wander for justice. Her failure to get justice led her to the situation of depression.

One day she came to know about Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan, she communicated and told her story to the organisation. After hearing her story, Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan got her a copy of her complaint from the police station and also got her consultation from a legal advisor for divorce. In addition to, she was promoted to learn handicraft work for her livelihood. Chandni learnt handicraft training with passion and got trained successfuly. Now, Chandni makes beautiful handicraft artifacts as puja thali, photo frame, door bell, decorative wall hanging at her home and sells in the market and thus she lives a dignified live. A better livelihood from handicraft self-employment gets her able for upbringing of her 2 years old son in a better way. Chandni gets support and help from Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan in her court case of divorce.

Delicious food was served to all 155 women present in Women Day program by Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan. 8th March 2016 became a Remarkable day for all those women. They all were happy which was seen on her faces. It seemed that all those deprived women had all the happiness of the world. In that Respect, we can say that this "women day" had become a Remarkable day for the marginalized deprived women with the support of Global Giving Foundation.

RSKS India Vetted, Superstar & top Ranked By Global Giving

Dear friends, we Get your support at Every step and we Hope to get your valuable support in future for the programs organised for the welfare of marginalized community. We glad to share this news to you that due to your support and the commitment of Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan towards welfare programs for the poor, Global Giving Foundation has rewarded the organisation with 3 Badges, these are super star, Vetted and top Ranked organisation. We assure you that the organisation will be contributing its Best for the social welfare programs.

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Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan has been Determined for last 23 years towards Education, Health, livelihood, Development of marginalized deprived community. Also, the organisation has been working at sensitive issues as women empowerment, prevention of violence against women, self-employment, child welfare, environment conservation. We hop to get your valuable support continuously for these social works. In this order, we Request you to become the fundraiser for our projects and please contribute for these noble works from your valuable time and Raise funds. We will be so Glad, if you associate with the organisation and contribute for the welfare works and continue your support.

On behalf of the beneficiaries, RSKS India would like to thank you for your generous donation to help them.

Dear friends and donors, you’re valuable suggestions are welcomed for this ''Stop violence Against women'' project. Please do provide your suggestions in the comment box so that women Empowerment may be more successful.

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Many thanks again for your support!!

We will continue to keep you updated about our work and events of the following months.

*Name changed to protect identity of minor.

#‎HerVoice #‎EndViolence #‎StandwithRSKS #‎Raiseyourvoice #‎womenRight

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Women's Day celebrations
Women's Day celebrations
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Women's Day celebrations
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Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan

Location: Ajmer, India, Rajasthan - India
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Project Leader:
Dr-Deepak Sharma
CEO
Ajmer , Rajasthan India
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