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ABOUT MRA

“Vote Humara, Raj Humara”
“Our Vote, Our Governance”

Mahila Rajsatta Andolan

A Campaign with women in decision making process evolved i

OUR PRESENCE

Mahila Raj has an indepth presence in the Village, Taluka and District level. Hera is a brief detail of its Core Areas, Coverage, Presence of Campaig

PANCHAYATI RAJ INSTITUTIONS

The major steps for ensuring participation of Women in Decision Making Process needs step by step involvement, from organising Mahila Sabhas to decent

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AWARENESS MATERIAL

Ongoing Need Based Publications: Different books, training modules, Training material, posters, pamphlets etc. are published as per the needs of the programs and campaigns. Savitri Gatha (Savitribai Phule […]

Indian women wait in a queue for check up at a free medical camp held to mark Bhim Rao Ambedkar's death anniversary in Mumbai, India, Saturday, Dec. 6, 2014. Ambedkar, an untouchable, or dalit, and a prominent Indian freedom fighter, was the chief architect of the Indian Constitution, which outlawed discrimination based on caste. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool)

CONCERNS AND CHALLENGES

NGO  in a village politics is being seen as a new trend which is not accepted by the village members. Exclusion of EWR’s from selection process if the […]

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IMPACT

MRA within a span of 14 years has been able to create an impact at Policy level through strong Media and mass Advocacy. Women’s Demand for the allocation […]

ABOUT MRA

“Vote Humara, Raj Humara”

“Our Vote, Our Governance”

Mahila Rajsatta Andolan

A Campaign with women in decision making process evolved in March 2000 with a view of empowering women and strengthening their participation in political processes through Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRI), with the initial support of 500 elected women representatives, 5 regional networks and 150 organizations and CBOs in 30 districts of Maharashtra.

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Itall began with a state level Convention on Women’s Decision making process held at Saigata a small village of ChandrapurDistrict of Maharashtra; through different intervention strategies like- Advocacy, Organizing Training, Programs, Crisis Support, Documentation, and Dissemination of Information for Elected Women Representatives (EWRs). It has played an effective role in network building, capacity building, and creating support systems to ensure Women’s active, efficient, and effective participation in decision making process of village development.

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