Sundarika Bartika

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EMPOWERMENT

Women empowerment in India is a challenging task as we need to acknowledge the fact that gender-based discrimination is a deep-rooted social malice practiced in India in many forms since thousands of years. The malice is not going to go away in a few years or for that matter by attempting to work at it through half-hearted attempts. Formulating laws and policies are not enough as it is seen that most of the times these laws and policies just remain on paper. We all want personal fulfillment and empowerment, especially in these uncertain times. We want to be in control of our time, our jobs, and our earning potential. And, some of us know that working for someone else is simply a necessary means to an end. 

You go to work, you do a good job, you get paid for your productivity and efficiency and your value to the company, you bring home your paycheck and you get up the next day and do it all again. But, do you really feel a sense of personal empowerment and happiness? What are the odds that you are going to create “personal wealth” working for someone else? You are more likely contributing to someone else’s personal wealth!

Empowerment means the act of giving somebody more power. Women’s empowerment is very essential for our society. About fifty percent of the total population of the world is women. Women all over the world enjoy less power compared to men. As they are 50% of the world’s population, they should be given power equal to men.
Skill development initiatives have been rolled out by many non-governmental organizations for training the unskilled youth. These generally cover the target population of widows, elderly, poor and orphans. Literacy is not just about learning, it is an empowering tool to eradicate poverty and a means for social and human development. And the International Literacy Day on September 08 is just the perfect day to reiterate our commitment for total literacy and help people get out of poverty, and malnutrition and provide equal employment opportunities and put the world back on its tracks of development. In the era of growth and development, all nations try to uplift themselves to global standards in all areas. The key areas commonly identified by most economists are the social and economic transformation. The economic indicators are per capita income, gross domestic product, net domestic product, share in world trade, foreign exchange reserves etc.

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 The various departments of Sundarika Bartika are supervised by the department heads (co-ordinator) who in turn responsible to the Secretary. Sundarika Bartika is currently, working in two districts of West Bengal,( Diamond Harbour Block-II, Mathurapur Block-II of South 24 Parganas and Baghmundi & Bundwan Block of Purulia District) and it provides two kinds of services: Community Based Rehabilitation and Institutional. The focus of Sundarika Bartika is work has always rural minorities and Tribal area- to fight against all sorts of oppression and set out on a journey with three goals: