For rural Indian woman, freedom does not just mean those guaranteed under the Constitution. It also means more jobs, opportunities for entrepreneurship, increased safety, ease in day-to-day living, and protection of the girl child. In short, the road to women’s empowerment has several factors dotting its path. To ensure women are empowered, ISDA is playing an important role to enable their welfare in various sectors.
ISDA women’s empowerment project helps women in the slums and villages to form Self Help Groups (SHGs) that help them to save money, access micro credit, engage in different income generation activity and become agents of change in their communities/ villages.