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Online) EPRA International Journal of Research and Development (IJRD
Tribal women in India are exploited in socially, economically and culturally in all walks of life and they have been discriminated and underestimated from the main stream of our society. But the Self-Help Group (SHG) movement in India has been working in the right direction in empowering women and eradicating poverty in the tribal areas. SHGs have not only produced tangible assets and improved living condition of the members, but also helped in changing much of their social outlook andfatcat:pe77k75g4fadlm3cfeu5nslxna