Team Details:
Vibha Ghavri (Hindu College, University of Delhi)
Apar Singhal (Dehradun Institute of Technology University,...
Change The Stereotype..
Towards The Women..
REASONS FOR SELECTING THE TOPIC:
The path towards total gender empowerment is
...
Educating Women..
Educating India..
But sadly enough despite being the 2nd
largest country in the world, women in our
soci...
• Introducing a non-evaluative subject in school curriculum on different rights and
justice served for different acts agai...
•Survey of different cities
per district and per block
and potential requirement
of skills identified
•Complete district w...
NGOs Online
Mobile Direct Applicants
Central
Management
Recruitment Management Implementation
Volunteers College going gir...
Recruitments Management Implementation
• Basic Education for Illiterate women
• Volunteers: College going girls
• Venue: P...
Recruitments Management Implementation
• About 1 million employments in this project itself
• Mostly volunteers and helper...
Volunteer
monitoring
headquarters
Recruitment
Team
Co-ordination
Team
Out-
Reach/Media
Team
Finance Team
Management
Team
I...
Organization
Cost
Head Of Organization
(8L pa)
Central Teams
(1.38Cr pa)
Regional Teams
(2.5 Cr pa)
TOTAL APPROX
4 Cr PA
L...
Challenges and Risks
• Funding from other sources or self
funded model via training fees
• Tighter integration with formal...
References
•http://www.indiancag.org/manthan/women-safety-and-empowerment
•http://www.census2011.co.in/literacy.php
•http:...
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  1. 1. Team Details: Vibha Ghavri (Hindu College, University of Delhi) Apar Singhal (Dehradun Institute of Technology University, Dehradun) Jyoti Pundir (Dehradun Institute of Technology University, Dehradun) Sonali Bhowmick (G.L.N.A Institute Of Technology, Mathura) Dibyanshu Tibrewal (DIT University, Dehradun) Women Empowerment (Ensuring Safety And Empowerment To Women) Team Motto: “To prove ourselves worthy enough to get the opportunity of contributing to the development of our nation. JAI HIND !!”
  2. 2. Change The Stereotype.. Towards The Women.. REASONS FOR SELECTING THE TOPIC: The path towards total gender empowerment is full of potholes. With education the thinking of an individual broadens but we in India are still holding back the old testaments. Although women have proved themselves every now and then, they are still treated as an inferior being. Educating women more than man can lead to disputes in marriage. Families are still expected to supply a chaste daughter to the family of her future husband. Many great examples are set by Indian Women fighting the odds but still there is a large section of our society that condemns the birth of a girth child. SOME FACTS: According to the 2012 Gender Inequality index from the United Nations Development Program, India was ranked at 132 out of 148 countries. Less than 40% women give birth in healthy facilities. 30 lakh girl child were lost to female infanticides during 2001-2011. In September 2009, former President Bill Clinton remarked that “Women perform 66% of the world's work, and produce 50% of the food, yet earn only 10% of the income and own 1% of the property.
  3. 3. Educating Women.. Educating India.. But sadly enough despite being the 2nd largest country in the world, women in our society still lag behind. Even after 60 years of Independence, 1 out 3 women is illiterate. Only 39.5% in India are economically active , compared to 80% in China 48% of the Indian Population consists of the women and only 30.3% were employed in 2011. Though a number of constitutional amendments were made for women’s social, economic and political benefits, yet they were never effective to bring a radical change in the situation. “It is impossible to think about the welfare of the world unless the condition of women is improved. It is impossible for a bird to fly on only one wing.”
  4. 4. • Introducing a non-evaluative subject in school curriculum on different rights and justice served for different acts against laws. • Introducing a basic level of sex education • Volunteers for trainee are drawn from various women sectors Education • Channelization in buses • Bringing ‘Pink autos’ back on roads in every city • Installing CCTV cameras to cover as much routes as feasible Safety • Providing employment opportunities in both formal and informal sector. • Taking more female volunteers for implementing the mentioned tasks hence increasing employment as well as safety at the same time Mobilization • Already have good rules for women safety. All we need to do is put things in action rather than on paper. • Large scale media and offline campaign to make womens aware of their rights • Posters/ Banners indicating women rights to be put up in high footfall urban areas like shopping complexes, Railway stations Rights Proposed Solution
  5. 5. •Survey of different cities per district and per block and potential requirement of skills identified •Complete district wise and block wise skills and volunteer requirements identified •Direct recruitment by reaching out to NGOs/ Voluntary organizations •Online registration •Mobile based registration •By sending message •By android APPs •Publicity for volunteer recruitment to be done on a large scale with the help of both traditional and social media •Both online and offline media will be used Recruitment Management Implementation Sailent Features: The volunteers have very important role in this tier system since they have direct encounter with those women we are working for so it is important to appoint a huge number of them, that too from various sectors like IT companies, Jurisdiction, Business World or be it the teaching field. Another benefit of this model could be that the women trained under this model could also act as a volunteer in any of the centers established and help other women. Hence it can be a self- regulatory model.
  6. 6. NGOs Online Mobile Direct Applicants Central Management Recruitment Management Implementation Volunteers College going girls Sex Workers Housewives Field of training Part/Full Time helpers ‘SEX EDUCATION’ ‘SENSITIZATION’ Rationale for choosing the group • Easy to tap into by contacting different colleges. • Would very easily opt as a part-time job. • Will provide them a livelihood and a means of escape to lead a decent life. • Have a practical knowledge about different aspects of sexuality. • Have great knowledge about different household works which could be used for entrepreneurial ventures • Opportunity to work in voluntary engagements. Number 5L+ 4L+ 6L+
  7. 7. Recruitments Management Implementation • Basic Education for Illiterate women • Volunteers: College going girls • Venue: Primary schools, Volunteer homes, Student homes • Curriculum: Generic modules like numeracy, communication skills • Sex Education • Volunteers: Sex workers • Venue: Schools, Education camps • Curriculum: Enough to know about different threats they are exposed to Education • Channelization in buses • Implementation Time: 4 months for entire nation • Otherwise: Busses without channelization MUST be banned • Pink Auto • Increment in the number of such autos and a fixed price/km • Drivers: Female drivers • Volunteers for drivers: Family members of already registered govt. drivers • Training: Proper driving training • Trainers: Can again be females. • Volunteers for trainee: Driving schools over the nation can be used to take volunteers. Safety
  8. 8. Recruitments Management Implementation • About 1 million employments in this project itself • Mostly volunteers and helpers are women who would be paid and provided with incentives of certificates and other merits • Small Entrepreneurship Ventures • Volunteers: Skilled housewives who are not any other job. • Venue: Volunteer homes • Skills to impart: Stitching, Cooking, Candle and craft making, etc. Mobilization • Publicity • Large scale media and offline campaign • Both traditional and social media will be utilized to spread the message • Posters/ Banners to be put up in high footfall urban areas like shopping complexes, railway stations • Educating • Arranging road shows by NGOs • Govt. education camps • Helpline for different queries about rights of women in particular case Rights
  9. 9. Volunteer monitoring headquarters Recruitment Team Co-ordination Team Out- Reach/Media Team Finance Team Management Team IT Team (Recruitments of volunteers for different fields) (Training the volunteers for the specific targets to be achieved and polishing their skills) (Managing the social media up- front and work for the cause undeterred) (Looking after funds to be raised and needs of the institution under different programmes) (Putting plans in action via co- ordination with other teams) (Technical support and teaching the skills and act as a back-up) Volunteer Team Management
  10. 10. Organization Cost Head Of Organization (8L pa) Central Teams (1.38Cr pa) Regional Teams (2.5 Cr pa) TOTAL APPROX 4 Cr PA Logistic Cost Transportation cost Institute Setup cost Other Basic Necessities TOTAL APPROX 60 lakh PA Technological Cost H/w and S/w costs Communication expenses TOTAL APPROX 1 Cr PA Managing the funds
  11. 11. Challenges and Risks • Funding from other sources or self funded model via training fees • Tighter integration with formal education • Advertising/ Awareness Campaign Concept Risks • Government or corporates do not see the viability of funding this model • Volunteer enrollment minimal and key profession groups show no interest Implementation Challenges • Difficulty in integrating with government infrastructure and institutions • Corruption may lead to failure of various implementations • Curriculum design and to avoid unnecessary protests on sex education •Tie-ups with other vendors for providing venues and offline registration / interaction channels • Bringing in industry leaders/ NGOs for curriculum and training inputs
  12. 12. References •http://www.indiancag.org/manthan/women-safety-and-empowerment •http://www.census2011.co.in/literacy.php •http://censusindia.gov.in/Census_Data_2001/India_at_glance/fsex.aspx •http://ncrb.nic.in/CD-CII2011/cii-2011/Chapter%205.pdf- National Crime Research Bureau of India. (2012). Crime Against Women. •http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/india-loses-3-million-girls-in- infanticide/article3981575.ece- National Crime Research Bureau of India. (2012). Crime Against Women. •http://www.livemint.com/Opinion/dd8OFniJdurubBOoNJeoHK/Indias-missing-women- workforce.html- Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. (2009). Gender, Institutions and Development Database 2009 (GID-DB). •http://hetv.org/india/nfhs/nfhs3/NFHS-3-Chapter-08-Maternal-Health.pdf- National Family Health Survey. (2005-2006). Maternal Health. •http://www.census2011.co.in/p/glance.php- Census. (2011). India at Glance - Population Census 2011 •http://ncrb.nic.in/CD-CII2011/cii-2011/Chapter%205.pdf- National Crime Research Bureau of India. (2012). Crime Against Women •http://www.wcdhry.gov.in/nationalpolicyW.htm- Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Women and Child Development. (2001). National Policy for the Empowerment of Women. •http://hdr.undp.org/hdr4press/press/report/hdr/english/HDR2013_EN_Complete.pdf- UNDP. (2013). Human Development Report 2013.

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