- Monthly progress Report October 2015
- Half Yearly Report April 2015 to September 2015
- Tejaswini Maharashtra Rural Women Empowerment Program Report
- Minority Women Empowerment Program Report
- Maharashtra State Rural Livelihood Mission (MSRLM) Report
Meeting with Hon. Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri. Devendra Fadnavis for the upcoming project тАЬTejaswini тАУIIтАЭ
Ms. Rasha Omar, Country Representative of International Fund for Agriculture Development (IFAD) met Hon. Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri. Devendra Fadnavis for the upcoming project called тАЬTejaswini-IIтАЭ in corporation with MAVIM. IFAD expressed satisfaction over the achievements of тАЬTejaswini тАУIтАЭ project supported by them and implemented by MAVIM. On similar grounds IFAD has shown willingness to support the project further which will ensure participation of 1 million women. These women will be selected from agrarian distressed regions for economic development of their families.
Hon. Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri. Devendra Fadnavis has principally approved the project.
MAVIM and Tata trust joins hands for facilitate digital literacy in rural India
In the presence of Hon. Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Shri. Devendra Fadnavis along with Hon. Minister (Women and Child Development Dept) Smt. Pankaja Munde, Hon. State Minister (Women & Child) Smt. Vidya Thakur, Hon.Sir Shree Ratan Tata; TATA Trusts & MAVIM has signed a MoU today for тАЬInternet SaathiтАЭ program.
This is a unique digital literacy programme for women in 1200 rural villages which will provide an access to information and knowledge through internet powered devices.
The broom is an ordinary object of daily use but is essential to every household. It is such an ordinary thing that any literary piece beginning with the word broom might be mistaken to be as mundane.
|Contentment of fruitful effort
The grapes of Nashik, the oranges of Nagpur, the bananas from Jalgaon, the chikoos from Dahanu, and ultimately, the Alphonso mangoes from Ratnagiri; all of these are known according to the cities that they are cultivated in.
The property rights of women in India are governed by a complex set of personal laws with separate provisions for Christians, Muslims, tribals and Hindus (which includes Buddhists, Sikhs and Jains).