Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Impact of Self-Help Group for Woman Empowerment in India
Nishant Kumar, Navdeep Kaur
India's welfare state continues to emphasize the development of the underprivileged via both governmental and non-governmental initiatives. One initiative designed to improve the lives of the impoverished, particularly women, isthe creation of self-help groups. SHGs are small groups of low-income individuals who constantly save money in a shared fund. TThe creation of this fund aimed to meet the emergency needs of its members by offering low-interest loans without collateral, subject to group conditions. he main motive of this paper is to study and analyse the impact of self-help groups on women's empowerment in India. To accomplish this goal, initially, women's empowerment is explained. After that, to empower the woman, a detailed description of a self-help group is given. Further, we have done case studies of different cities in India to analyse how self-help groups help women's empowerment. From these case studies, key findings and recommendations are provided in this research.
Social Help Group, Woman Empowerment, Education, Financial, Skill.
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