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Complementary Effects of Self-Help Groups in Achieving Gender Mobiliy and Women Empowerment in Rural Areas – A Case Study
International Journal of Human Resource Management and Research
The women, particularly in rural areas, have been deprived of quality education, access to information, employment and economic independence, nutrition, sanitation and health services. Since mid-1990s, women have been identified as key agents contributing towards sustainable growth. The women empowerment has become pivotal of all social and economic policy programmes of the government. The strategies of women empowerment therefore, focus on socio-economic restructuring with emphasis ondoi:10.24247/ijhrmrdec20181 fatcat:q7ug3gjsdje3plzht5rdl76k4m