in the present time, of digital transactions and other operations also being online, With the help of Manjari Foundation, Hindustan zinc successful developed simple software to make online and transparent self-help group transactions and other accounts, in villages The details of savings and other operations of the members of the ongoing SHG will be online.
The selected rural women will also do the entire operation of this software. 22 group Sakhi was trained in making the software available to the tablet, and now they will make information about the self-help groups of their villages online at their own level.
Women empowerment is being done in 48 villages of Chittorgarh district under the Sakhi project run by Hindustan Zinc in collaboration with the Manjari Foundation.
More than 4500 women have been added to 370 self-help groups and self savings of more than Rs 80 lakhs in the last three years, and An internal transaction of around Rs 1.90 crore is moving towards financial independence. Under the project, 38 village organizations and federations have been formed at the district level, and through this, women are being encouraged for self-employment.
Under the Sakhi project, five districts of Rajasthan, including 26584 women in 2163 self-help groups in Chittorgarh, Rajsamand, Bhilwara, Ajmer, Udaipur and Udham Singh Nagar districts of Uttarakhand are moving towards economic and social independence.
Under the Sakhi project, a sewing production house has been set up in Putholi village by providing sewing training to women of self-help groups, in which 30 women are sewing clothes and masks. Given the need for pure and clean spices in every household today, a spice unit is also being operated by women, under which turmeric, chili, and coriander are being prepared traditionally.
Under the Sakhi project, the work of connecting women with self-employment is also being done in villages by imparting various types of training from time to time. In Chittaurgarh district, 20 women are training and generating their income by selling spices and pulses in their villages.