Women form the backbone of a family. They typically play multiple roles: a mother, a wife and often a provider of income. Yet women suffer from severe gender inequality, especially in rural India. Women’s empowerment is a high priority for IDRF. Supporting a rich range of replicable women-focused programs, IDRF is empowering a new generation of women who support themselves financially, participate in local government, provide healthcare for their families, and stand up for equality at home and in their communities.
The following table contains IDRF’s current NGO partners working in Women’s Empowerment. Click on each to learn more:
|Arpana Research and Charities Trust||Women’s Self Help Groups||Haryana|
|Economic Rural Development Society (ERDS)||Women Supported Small Business Activities||West Bengal|
|Maharshi Dayanand Mahila Sikshan Sansthan Samiti||Construction of Staff Quarters||Rajasthan|
|Sewa Bharti Madhya Bharat||Sagar Girls Hostel & Midli Project||Madhya Pradesh|
|Vatsalya Trust||Patient Assistant Course||Maharashtra|