Jhalam Gauthan made women self-reliant: Women's group earned 4.5 lakhs income from multi-activity

Under the ambitious Suraji village scheme of the Chhattisgarh government, ‘Gauthan-animal shelter’ built in the village panchayat Jhalam of Bemetara district has become a day-care center for the maintenance and care of livestock as well as the livelihood of women of self-help groups. . This Gauthan is spread over 3 acres. Here the fodder and water of about 430 animals are managed and taken care of. 40 women of four self-help groups belonging to Gothan have started earning better income by conducting various activities of livelihood here. Saraswati women self help associated with Gauthan, Jai Seva Mahila Self Help Group, Tribal Women Self Help Group, Jai Budhadev Women Self Help Group through Vermi compost manure, earthworm production, cow dung wood, organic color gulal, sanitary pad, vegetable production, poultry and fish Rearing work is done. In Gothan, along with the construction of Kotana water tank for the provision of drinking water to livestock, here platform, Vermi tanka, Nadep, borewell for water system, Ajola tanka, raw shed were constructed. Is. In Adarsh ​​Gothan Jhalam, women have earned an income of Rs. 4 lakh 51 thousand by adopting vermi compost production as well as other income-oriented activities, which has improved their economic condition. The journey of these women, who started with simple savings and became self-reliant through the group, started in the financial year 2020-21, when the community vermi compost unit was constructed in the village under Mahatma Gandhi NREGA on the initiative of the Panchayat. The Gram Panchayat got 30 stitches made in a phased manner. During the manufacture of the stitches, the women of the group had also received training in organic manure production. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading