Completed Projects

Gender Resorce Center

Gender Resource Centre module concentrates on women & children focused activities under the following heads

Economic empowerment through – Vocational training

  • Social Empowerment and financial – reliance through institution ofWomen’s Self HelpGroups (SHGs) for micro – credit & micro finance.
  • Right awareness through legal workshops and aid
  • Health and Nutrition awareness through camps
  • Literacy through non – formal education.

The Suvidha Kendra component on the other hand, facilitates Government’s welfare measures through

  • Information to target groups regarding various schemes &programmer of the govt.
  • Awareness generation about criteria and eligibility.
  • Facilitation in procurement of required documents.
  • Identification and enrollment of vulnerable groups.
  • Verification and authentication of their status and application
  • Tracking, feedback and reporting of all such ground activities Grievance redress of the community about services

Mahila Panchayat

Mahila Panchayat in Dallupura Village Delhi-96 brought together over 200 women to discuss and find local solutions that affect the locals including sanitation problems, removal of garbage and issues relating to the safety of women.

From among the women gathered, a small council of 30 young adult women were elected to form a council covering 3-4 streets.These 30 women in turn identified a ‘Panchayat’ (group of five leaders) from among whom a Panch (Leader/ Head) was nominated.Five such Panchayats were formed and Meetings for the welfare of the area were conducted.

This is a very popular programme being conducted in the area and is widely awaited by the residents and participants equally. This programme is of immense interest to the younger generation who accompany their mothers or aunts to these Meetings.

It is of importance to note that these Meetings have begun to receive the attention of community leaders who also have come forward to implement decisions concluded by the Panch.

This project runs with the support of the Delhi Commission for Women Govt. of NCT of Delhi and Sadik Masih Medical Social Servant Society

Awaaz Uthao

Women’s Collectives under “AwazUthaao” Campaign

Department of Women and Child Development with NGOs recently conducted the survey and found that nearly 80 percent of Delhi women fear for their safety in the city. Total 5,010 people (including 3,816 women and 944 men) were covered under the survey covering bus conductors, shop-keepers and auto drivers, who have a probability of witnessing acts of sexual harassment against women.

It also came out that “Nearly three out of every five women reported facing sexual harassment not only after dark but also through the daytime. But it is a good sign that 68 percent of the women deal with harassment In some way like confronting the perpetrator or seeking help from family and friends,” plus public transport, buses and roads with faulty street lights are the spaces where women and girls face a high level of sexual harassment.

This was the realization that there are laws and mechanism to deal with the problem but until and unless the communities come together to address the issues – the problem will not be solved on the basis of this realization, WCD of GNCTD came forward to initiate a new program focusing on “To make the city sage for women”.

WCD of GNCTD has taken initiative to launch a campaign “AwazUthao” and forming the Women’s Collectives, SamajikSuvidha Sangam Mission Convergence will be the Implementing agency for the formation of Women’s Collectives at grassroots level to support the women in distress, including situations of Sexual harassment / assault and rape. These collective would not only support the victim rather also majorly work on the preventive measures for the crime of this nature.

Activities Undertaken in 2015-16

AwazUthao Campaign
Total no. of beneficiaries covered under group meetings Total no. of Public meeting conducted Total no. of beneficiaries covered under public meetings
1917 1 256

Activities Covered

  1. Conducting community meetings and other regular meetings with stakeholders etc…
  2. Formation of Women’s Collective and Stake Holders Committee in the catchment area of each involved GRC.
  3. Awareness raising through different media like posters, plays (NukkadNatak).
  4. Facilitating the process of safety audit and organizing safety walks in the catchment area.
  5. Liasioning with other stakeholders.
  6. Coordination with consultants and supervisors in forming the stakeholders committee.
  7. Capacity building of the groups.
  8. Documentation of all process and activities and its regular reporting.
  9. Organized NukkadNatak on sexual harassment issues.
  10. Organizing public events and follow up.
  11. Training of both male and female representatives to monitor the community for cases of violence.
  12. Self Defense training attended by 30 girls.


Mobile Health Dispensary

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Minorities Computer training program

SHG (Self Help Group)