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  • 1. A small endeavor with a hope for a better future for our women….. Team details: Vineet Chauhan(Team Lead) Ishoo Gupta Varish Gupta Archana Singh Prashant Singh
  • 2. Women make up half of world population but yet they lead a miserable life. Same is in India.. • 1.3 billion people who live in absolute poverty around the globe, 70 percent are women. • Women make up two-thirds of the estimated 876 million adults worldwide who cannot read or write. • Girls make up 60 percent of the 77 million children not attending primary school. • Even in India after 66 years of our independence, women are still one of the most • Here are some facts and figures regarding different crimes which occur against women all over India:- • Reported Incidents of crime (Incidence 2,03,804): A total of 2,03,804 incidents of crime against women were reported in the country during 2009 as compared to 1,95,856 during 2008 recording an increase of 4.1% during 2009. These crimes can be:-independence, women are still one of the most powerless and marginalized sections of Indian society. • This topic was selected in order to address the current state of women in India. • In the backdrop of current cases(Delhi, Mumbai cases) happened in India and the life women lead, there was strong need to address the issue. • Another reason to select this issue was to spread awareness among people about the adverse situations women are facing and to provide feasible solutions for them. Its time to treat women as goddesses in real!!! These crimes can be:- • Incest Rape (Incidence 404):Incest rape cases have increased by 30.7% from 309 cases in 2008 to 404 cases in 2009. • Kidnapping & Abduction (Sec. 363-373 IPC): These cases have reported an increase of 12.2% as compared to previous year (22,939). Uttar Pradesh (5,078) has accounted for 19.7% of the total cases at the National level. • Rape : . In 2012, over 24,000 cases of rape were reported, though realistic statistics are likely to be much higher. Despite a rise in the number of reported rapes, it is believed the majority of these cases go unreported.
  • 3. 60000 80000 100000 120000 National Crime Records Bureau data for last five years starting from 2008 • Female foeticide: If we look at the figures of sex ratio in India, according to the 2011 Census, the number of girls stands at 940 which is a marginal increase from 933 in 2001. In the national capital Delhi, the statistics stand at 821 girls against 1000 boys in 2001 compared to 866 in 2011. • Causes :The patriarchal history of India is the first culprit in perpetuating violence. • Gender inequality and the continuation of a "culture of silence" are foremost reasons that violence in India has continued. • The caste system has exacerbated this inequality, as some members of society are 0 20000 40000 inequality, as some members of society are considered 'untouchable' and offenses against them are repeatedly condoned • Illiteracy and lack of community support also factor into the continued violence towards women, as women have no means through which to report crimes. • Finally, the largest perpetrator of allowing violence towards women to continue is rampant corruption.
  • 4. Solutions which can be provided to encourage women empowerment •It is important that the extent, nature and root causes of violence are well-documented. •By analyzing such information, concrete steps can be taken, both legal and charitable, to reduce the occurrence of such violence and reduce its effects. Form documents of the crimes • The lack of education is the root cause for women’s exploitation andEducational • The lack of education is the root cause for women’s exploitation and negligence. •Only literacy can help women to understand the Indian’s constitutional and legislative provisions that are made to strengthen them. People encouraging women education should be awarded. Educational upliftment of women •Strong health policies should be made in order to eradicate the gender related inequalities. •Female foeticide is a major crime committed in India, so person guilty in such heinous crime should not get nothing less than a life term and public ban of the family of the offender. Focus on health and well being of women
  • 5. •Women must learn to understand economics and how to make money. They should be encouraged by • This will enable us to be financially self sufficient and therefore economically independent of men. Economic Independence •Well connected roads through transportation, and presence of patrol vans to ensure safety. •Volunteers appointed to report the crime in the form of document to help police. •Volunteers appointed willing to teach women and impart particular skills like painting, cooking etc. •Ombudsmen/women appointed to address the grievances of Implementation model •Ombudsmen/women appointed to address the grievances of women on weekend basis. Same can be done for their health issues. • More suitable will be to appoint ombudsmen who are familiar to the people or are local people themselves. model •An educated women can be able to fight against injustice. •Bring up more hands in front which contributes in countries development. •Brings proportionate reduction in crimes, violence activities against women. •A way of providing Social Justice, freedom & safe environment to women. •Providing Sufficient education regarding women Rights and Laws can bring up a sense of awareness in women Merits over the current system
  • 6. Stakeholders Volunteers Women Governmental organizations /NGO’s Rationale for choosing the group • Have specific skills needed. •Can impart relevant knowledge required for work. •Have sufficient spare time. • Able to attend classes. • Have potential to apply that knowledge practically. • Can be a part of awareness campaigns. • Should have proper knowledge regarding the problem and its causes. Number • It directly depends on the number of cities in which we have to run our campaign. • All women under the age group of 25-55 years. • Tie up with 2-3 political parties or NGO’s is enough that belongs to a particular region. Potential skills imparted • Should be a motivator. • Capable of handling crowds. • Self Motivator. • Self esteemed. • Should be practical enough. • Can be able to help financially and physically. •Should be active and indulge in our activities.
  • 7. Leveraging of existing Infrastructure •Laws to protect women from injustice but not comprehensively implemented . After the suggested •Better security infrastructure insuring safety.. •Literacy rate low among women. •Women not aware about there constitutional rights and no proper care of their health. Existing infrastructure •Few solutions provided earlier. suggested changes safety. •Health facilities will be tuned up. •Women will become aware of their constitutional rights and will take up education seriously. Amended system
  • 8. Impact and reach • 5 lakh volunteers for educational services in 150 districts. • 3 lakh volunteers for looking after the health of women in 150 districts. • Around 75000 ombudsmen in 150 districts. Volunteer Network Trainees Skills imparted • Computer literacy. • Basic training skills: Audio/Video Recording, relevant knowledge regarding Laws and Rights. • Awareness of constitutional rights. • Awareness of Basic health factors . • Encourage women to come out from their homes to stand with outside world. • Programs will be for a month, quarter, half-year and annual. • Increases employability. • Exploration of I.T in villages. • Health status of women will get better. • Extra helping hand in family. • Increased chances of better bringing up of children. Additional Benefits • Awareness of Basic health factors . Support by governmental policies • NREGA(National Rural Employment Guarantee Act.) • SGSY(Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana). •Encouragement of girls to go to school.
  • 9. Challenges and Risks Mitigation Factors • Funding from other sources or self funded model via training fees. • Advertising/ Awareness Campaigns, use of mass communication for spreading our idea. Concept Risks • Government or corporate do not see the viability of funding. • Several Women do not see the value of vocational education and formal programs. • Women participation due to traditional customs & social beliefs is less in number. idea. • Bringing in Political Parties/ NGOs for curriculum and training inputs. • Tie-ups with other vendors for providing venues and interaction channels so that we can de able to spread our idea. Implementation Challenges • Providing support & facilities to women all over country is a big challenge. • Running campaigns across the country is little bit difficult. • Educating women regarding social injustice and laws is also big challenge. • Changing mind set of women and bringing them up is a typical task.
  • 10. References • http://ebookbrowsee.net/158705-women-empowerment-in-india-ppt-d135282905 • http://www.globalshiksha.com/ppt+on+women+empowerment+in+india/search/ • http://www.slideworld.com/slideshow.aspx/Gender-Inequality-and-Women%E2%80%99s-Empowerment- ppt-724529 • http://currentaffairsappsc.blogspot.in/2010/07/women-empowerment-in-india.html• http://currentaffairsappsc.blogspot.in/2010/07/women-empowerment-in-india.html • http://www.fsdinternational.org/country/india/weissues • http://www.zenithresearch.org.in/images/stories/pdf/2011/Dec/zijmr/15_VOL%201_ISSUE8_ZEN.pdf • Ministry of Home Affairs, Office of the Registrar General and Census Commission of India, 2011 census data • National Crime Records Bureau, Ministry of Home Affairs, 2011 • http://www.humanrights.asia/news/ahrc-news/AHRC-PAP-001-2013