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RSCD & MRA Process Journey

Every steps we take is ensured that it serves our purpose towards development of Women. Our journey for the cause has a huge list, here are few of the glimpses.

2000 Saigata Women’s right  Convention A convention of 2000 women to declare and assert women’s right to participation in decision making and development
2001 Sangamner Bachat –Satta Convention Village level organization building with a slogan of women’s saving power to women’s decision making power
2002 Campaign to Honor Gram Sabha Awareness Programme for increasing participation of women and marginalized sections in the decision making process
2003 Aurangabad Alliance Convention Highlighting alliance building with GO/NGO and CSOs working for women’s empowerment 
2004  World Social Forum Analyzing constraints women facing in decision making processes  
2005 Dedicated to Public Organization building for both women and men
2006 PRI women’s front- Mass Interaction Towards formation of separate platform for women in decision making 
2007 Kolhapur Convention on Development Towards increasing women and men’s participation in the village development process
2008 Honor of Savitri Honoring work of Savitribai Phule and to disseminate their thoughts with others  
2009 Amravati anti-violence  Convention Awareness campaign on joint house ownership, violence (against women) free villages and hunger free village 
2010 Conference of women in Decision making process Mass sharing of learning and success of MRA with different stakeholders of society along with TISS (Tata Institute of Social Sciences)
2011 Sobat shiku-HLP Effective use of 10 most successful strategies of MRA through Sobat Shiku, a peer learning campaign.
2012 Women Leader’s initiative Village Health campaign to address village level health issues of people
2012 Campaign on Village Panchayat Arogya Abhiyan process Initiated focused intervention in 40 villages and now the spread would be in 100 villages

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