The women empowerment programmes of The Ultimate Truth Preaching Mission are exclusive development initiatives to promote the poor and tribal women interested to stand on their feet. The Mission mainly focused on provide them basic guidance and direction to regain their due rights in the society and thereby get their social and economic status in the respective village, community and society.
The Mission is therefore, initiated its actions to undertake some exclusive activities for organizing the poor women inclusive of young girls who have been left by their husbands and are in search of their livelihoods.
The Mission is trying to provide some economic activities based on their existing skills and capacity for starting income generation activities to earn their total empowerment. The women are basically manages their respective families within available and limited resources and tries to satisfy all the family members and the Mission has decided to use this management capacities for their development and provide them suitable means and platform for their right growth.
Therefore, the Mission has started its development interventions in different ways as mentioned below.
Awareness Campaign on AAM ADMI BIMA YOJONA
The Mission in collaboration with the Life Insurance Corporation of India, Aizawl Branch, have conducted Awareness Programmes in the villages Tuichawng, Samuksury, Ugudasury, Tuikawi, Malsury and Bindya Sora on AAM ADMI BIMA YOJONA and enrolled 105 members to get benefits by their families at the events of their death.
Promotion of Self-Help-Groups (SHGS)
The 44 (forty four) SHGs formed earlier are given good guidance and supervision inorder to keep the SHGs active. The SHGs are working hard to stand on their own feet. They are asked to participate in the Design & Technical Development Workshops and skill upgradation training conducted by the Mission from time to time for upgradation of their skills in the crafts they have been practicing. Now, they have started to make good quality of products which are sold in the local market at a reasonable price. The women are helping their husbands to bring sustainable livelihood of their family. Their small income really help to support their families.
|Sl. No.||Name of SHGS||Address of the SHGS||Members||Saving Pm||Major Activities|
|2||Lagorsomar||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|3||Rongsongye||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|11||Junopor||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Dry flower|
|13||Jimit Jamat||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|21||Joli udok||Tuichawng||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|23||Sahaji||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|24||Porsodok||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|25||Kemotaloy||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|26||Sawzaak||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Artistic Textile|
|28||Ribeng Kudo||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|29||Potpottya Pawr||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|31||Ajar||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|32||Cit Digol||Tuichawng||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|34||Satbon Tara||Tuichawng||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|35||Kushi||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|
|36||Sujuk||Belpei (Matisora)||13||30/-||Artistic Textile|
|40||Jalat Bor||Tuichawng||13||30/-||Tribal Textile|