- 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
|Mavim Vice President & Managing Director Mrs. Kusum Balsaraf is Receiving IFAD Gender Award 2015 in Rome on 25 November 2015||IFAD award Ceremony 2015||IFAD Gender Award 2015|
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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).