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Vol. 11, Special Issue 4 (2022)

Role of SHGS in women empowerment: Case from selected villages of Gajapati, Odisha

Author(s):
Arun Kumar Panda, Atanu Deb and Chitrasena Padhy
Abstract:
The Self-Help Group is a notable idea being developed program. These days Self-help Groups play a main duty in shortage relief in country region. This is accounted for that the SHGs have some work in accelerate monetary advancement of country. Primarily, individuals from the Self-Help Groups are women. Subsequently, commitment of women in the country's monetary improvement is rising. They additionally assume a crucial part in enhancing the financial status of their families. Ladies address around half of the absolute human resources in our monetary framework. This has prompted improve the strategy for women Empowerment. The study is based on Ex-post facto research design. The study intended to find-1) Impact of Self-Help Groups on women empowerment and 2) Constraints experienced by the women in operationalizing the Family Farms through Self-Help Groups. Participatory Rural Appraisal was a major dominating method. The study was conducted in three villages of Gajapati District, Odisha, namely- Polikota, Jhola and Adanguda. The study has revealed that Self-Help Groups has not been successful in providing social empowerments to their members but Self-Help Groups has been successful in providing economic empowerment to their members. Self-Help Groups members are not significantly co-related.
Pages: 712-715  |  568 Views  357 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Arun Kumar Panda, Atanu Deb and Chitrasena Padhy. Role of SHGS in women empowerment: Case from selected villages of Gajapati, Odisha. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(4S): 712-715.

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