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INJUSTICE

Gender inequality faced by rural women in decision making powers of families


WHO & HOW

  • Unemployed women

  • Rural Homemakers

  • Tribal women

  • It leads to poor mental health in women due to recurring family disputes

  • It sustains a male partner dominant society

  • Lack of respect

  • It can affect the thoughts of children raised in the family

  • It can affect the personal goals of the woman

  • “Only a strong woman can raise a stronger younger generation”


WHY

  • Patriarchal Society

  • Stereotypes about livelihoods

  • The idea of Money rules the world

  • Less opportunities in rural areas

  • Unawareness


ROOT CAUSES

  • Financial dependence

  • Acceptance of Patriarchy in rural families

  • restrictions on women

  • Stereotypes about livelihoods

  • The idea of Money rules the world

  • Less opportunities in rural areas

  • Unawareness


COMPASSIONATE INSIGHT

To solve this injustice of Gender inequality faced by rural women in decision making powers of families, we will address the root cause Financial dependence by Generating sustainable livelihoods through mushroom production.


GOALS

  • Provide Mushroom cultivation training to 10 unemployed women in the locality

  • Create a feasibility report for Mushroom production in Kaniyambetta Panchayath

  • Improve the income of participants in 3 months from the program end

  • Establish Entrepreneurial skills in women

  • Build a network of self-sufficient women to empower others

KEY STEPS

1. Conduct a Before test to know the present condition of the women

2. Recruit an experienced resource person for Mushroom cultivation training

3. Implement a Mushroom house in an existing building in RASTA

4. Conduct training programme ( irregular days according to mushroom growth)

5. sales and income generation

6. Create & present Analysis report of the entire program

7. Conduct After test to know the improvement

8. Guidance for future entrepreneurs on a need basis


NAME OF TEAM: RASTA

TEAM MEMBERS: Fairoosa T



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