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 AWARENESS GENERATION PROJECTS FOR RURAL AND POOR WOMEN

Awareness Generation Projects for Rural and Poor Women

 

Central Social Welfare Board is implementing Awareness Generation Project programme with the aim of creating awareness in the community on issues relating to the status, rights and problems of women. Its main objectives are to identify the needs of rural and poor women, to increase their active participation in decision making both in the family and community on development issues including atrocities on women and children.

Components of the Scheme

1. Survey of the area: The Voluntary Organizations shall survey the area where they want to

    organize awareness camp and prepare a target group.

 

2. Training of organizer: Training of the organizer is one of the conditions under the scheme

    and will be imparted by the identified Training Institute to be determined by the Board.

 

3. Organizing of camps: Duration of camp eight days.

 

4. Follow-up action: Two days follow-up action will be taken by the grantee organization within six months after

    completing the camp so as to assess the impact of the camp in the area.

 

5. Beneficiaries: 20-25 women.


Schematic Budget:-

1.

Honorarium and Travelling of the organizers

3,000

2.

Expenses on camp including boarding,

lodging, travelling of participants,

honorarium and travelling of resource

persons and learning materials,

administrative expenses and contingencies

 

3,000

3.

Follow-up activities including expenses on

village meetings, short-duration camps

for participants, meetings with officials

and voluntary agencies, and other

related expenses on initiation of follow-up

programmes

 

2,000

4.

Allowance to participants

2,000

 

Total

 

10,000

 

6. Topics for coverage: The objective of the scheme is to increase awareness amongst women on a set of selected   topics so as to both inform and educate them. Topics that can form part of the camp are:

i.              Status of women

ii.            Women  and law

iii.           Women and health

iv.           Community health and hygiene

v.            Women, technology and environment

vi.           Women and the State Government

vii.          Religion, culture and women

viii.        Women and economy

ix.            Women and social action

x.            Panchayats  and Gram Sabhas,

xi.           National integration and communal harmony

xii.          Legal literacy

 

7. Submission of reports and accounts: Annual impact assessment report, feedback from target group, methodology  of training imparted with photographs and accounts to be submitted immediately on completion to the camps of the  Board. Accounts to be settled within one month of holding of the camp.

 

GUIDELINES FOR THE VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS

APPLYING UNDER THE SCHEME OF AWARENESS GENERATION PROJECT

FOR THE YEAR 2012-13

 

 

·         The voluntary organisations engaged in work relating to women’s issues can apply for conducting camps in rural, poor and backward areas under Awareness Generation Project.

  • The camps under the Awareness Generation Project should be with the aim of creating awareness amongst rural and poor women and society at large relating to status, legal rights and problems of women.
  • Preference will be given to proposals which will be on thematic basis and areas based problems.
  • The Voluntary Organization should make proper survey of the area to identify the needs and problems of the women and such data should be furnished alongwith the proposal.
  • The voluntary organisations should involve participation of local bodies like panchayat raj institution, medical officers, Child Development Project Officers (CDPOs), legal experts, social workers, public representatives etc for organising the camps.
  • The voluntary organisation should prepare IEC (Information, Education and Communication) material like banners, charts and kits relating to women issues and to be displayed during the camps.
  • Activities like role play, puppet shows, nukkad natak and drama skits should be included in the camps.

 

 

 

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