VISION 

OBJECTIVE

  • At an individual level, a woman will value herself as an equal citizen in the society where she has access to services, is aware of her Rights and entitlements, can speak confidently about her concerns in relevant forums, is able to make a decision for herself and make choices over basic needs and enjoys increased mobility.

  • At the household level, Woman experiences a better standard of living and better access to basic services. Both sexes have equal access to education, health/nutrition, and mobility. An enhanced connection to traditional Grams Sabha, natural resources and organic agriculture practices along with increased access to better livelihood and financial resources.

  • At village level, MVM and PRI will practice collaboration for overall wellbeing of the community where traditional Gram Sabha will be activated, active discussions around social taboos like witchcraft will begin, Gram Sabha will begin to take charge of the decisions through making a village development plan, include destitute socially and economically and also show zero tolerance towards domestic violence along with SHG’s and other tiers of the women institutions.

  • At the larger social level, women are liberated from social taboos and exercise their choices, domestic violence is discouraged, active citizenship is practiced and appraised, women collectives will move towards sustainability by taking charge to form larger networks to ensure gender equality, food security, social welfare, and community rights and community is able to create a vibrant local production system and negotiate with markets for enhancing rural economy.

THE INITIATIVE

PRADAN had a vision about a strong CBO which directly concentrate single-mindedly on the problems and development of poor and the marginalized section of the society of their own area. This dream actually surfaced on land and Mahila Vikas Mandal Palkot carved out as a successful alternative option for implementing the developmental works and creating a bridge between the community and different stakeholders like a government department, officials, bank, a different organization like PRADAN itself, etc.

SATURATION

MVM Palkot almost went in a saturation approach that touched almost every family of the existing villages. The federation decided to cover 73 villages in Palkot Block so that everybody can avail the facilities and power of being an SHG member and now 934 SHGs and 69 VOs have taken membership of MVM Palkot till 2018.

MOBILISATION

MVM Palkot adopted various ways to make women understand the importance of SHG and took them into SHG fold. On the one hand where our old SHG members and Mahila Mandal Majbutikaran Samiti of VOs were helping in identifying the left out women of their existing villages and also motivating them to form the SHG, meanwhile our federation leaders and community resource persons were organizing different types of events like Cluster Mela, Nukkad Natak, SHG Rallies to spread the awareness regarding SHG among the members of new villages.  This really helped our SHG trainers to make the SHG effective and smooth. This effectiveness and success appeared in our Mahadhiveshan organized by our federation had more than 2000 members took part. 

 

MVM Palkot also formed 69 VOs to monitor SHGs and also to create an environment and platform where SHG members can raise their voice and find or create a solution for their problems. Federation cut a dash in different sphere of development through VOs. Even one of our VOd Alankera Gram Sangathan, Matimtoli won n award for best VO in Gumla district on the occasion of women’s day by honorable Chief Minister Mr. Raghuvar Das.

ENGAGEMENT METHODOLOGY

The team members having the engagement broadly around the social mobilization in a saturation approach, gender, education, institution building, health and nutrition, rights and entitlement, PRI-CBO relationship and intensive livelihood activity like agriculture, horticulture, goat rearing, poultry etc. with the direct engagement in SHG, VO, aiming to strengthen these tires of institutions and enhancing the agency. Professionals reflect the engagement approach and share their learning’s and help each other to make better strategies for any kind of interventions in the team and also discuss the success and failure with teammates through regular team meeting. 

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