A variety of government schemes are available for single women, but due to a lack of knowledge and system support, most go unavailed. We connect single women to these schemes by helping them secure identity documents, bank accounts, and apply for support.
Due to the patriarchal property system, often single women are excluded from ownership of their own homes. We help them reclaim their rightful property and become secure.
We support single women to re-enroll in education and seek jobs. Single women’s Mahila Mandals and Self Help Groups run various skill trainings and provide collective funding schemes to raise the seed money for entrepreneurial ventures.
Our own single women leaders administer and analyse baseline surveys to gauge the status of single women across villages. Our door-to-door strategy also helps to raise awareness about the Single Women Organisation.