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JAIPUR The day started off with the arrival and welcome of the participants followed by a the first

session where the participants were asked to give a pre test which was followed by a discussion on the various issues related to the everyday life of women. This was done to get a glimpse of their ideas, opinions and knowledge on the subjects to be covered during the training. The pre test was followed by a session on the three essential skills, that is communication skills, decision making skills and collective strength. This session was conducted with the help of different activities to make it more interesting. The second session was an introduction of the SABLA scheme. The session tried to pay emphasis on both the nutritional and non-nutritional components of the scheme. The following session was a brief overview of the Indian constitution, fundamental rights and right to vote. The fourth session was focuses on gender equality, the aim ws to facilitate the participants understanding of the concept of gende, the difference between gender and sex and gender violence. The fifth and sixth session were based on sex selective abortion and reproductive rights of women, here the difference between the PC and PNDT Act and the MTP Act were explained to the participants. To reinforce the importance of the PC and PNDT act films like “Matrabhoomi” and “Uska aana” were shown to the participants in the evening session, also content analysis was carried out to highlight the problems caused by the practice of sex selective abortions. In the seventh session case study was used to explain how the PWDVA deals with the practicalities associated with domestic vilence. In the same session Advocate Mrs. Sumati Dave, member of the Free Legal Aid Committee, Jaipur, explained the importance of free legal aid to the participants. She also explained in detail the procedure of availing free legal aid services and other issues associated with the subject. The eighth session was based on the legal provision related to rape and women’s dignity, wherein the participants were given important advices and information. The ninth session was aimed act explaining the Hindu and Muslim Marriage Acts. The last session of the day was on the subject of dowry. The second day of the training started with the session on Vishakha guideline against sexual harassment, which was followed by the twelth session based on the property rights of women and what the Hindu Succession Act and Muslim personal Act say on the issue. Mrs. Kanta Singh, UNDP, explained the intricacies associated with the property rights of women. The next session was focused on free legal aid. The next couple of sessions were based on important child related issues of child marriage and child rights. In the sixteenth session Mr. Satyendra Singh, Deputy Director highlighted the importance of the Right to Education. Later, Mrs. Kanta Singh thanked the participants for their active involvement in the training and encouraged them to share the information gained from the training with their peers and other members of the community. Mrs. Vinita, Project Officer, Women and Child Development (WCD), Jaipur was also present in this session. She encouraged the participants to dream big and work hard to achieve their dreams. She also expounded the importance of education for self development. Moreover, she motivated the girls to make full use of the opportunities that come their way in

This session was conducted with the help of different activities to make it more interesting. This was followed by the twelfth session based on the property rights of women and what the . The fifth and sixth session were based on sex selective abortion and reproductive rights of women. Towards the end of the day the participants were asked to work in groups and create a work plan of how they will disseminate their learnings from the training to their community. Miss Swati. special schemes for SC/ST and social security schemes. The eighth session was based on the legal provision related to rape and women’s dignity. Ranjana. UNDP. She then went on to explain that rights and duties go hand in hand so we should be cautious about our rights as well as our duties. Ms. The pre test was followed by a session on the three essential skills. The fourth session was focused on gender equality.order to progress. The last session of the day was on the subject of dowry. JODHPUR The day started off with the arrival and inaugural session where Dr. was present on the second day of the training. This was followed by a the first session where the participants were asked to give a pre test which was followed by a discussion on the various issues related to the everyday life of women. This was followed by a recall session. Sandeep Sandu of the Rajasthan Administrative Service were present as chief guests. After addressing the participants she organized a game based on rights and duties. decision making skills and collective strength. In the seventh session case study was used to explain how the PWDVA deals with the practicalities associated with domestic violence. The rest of the day was devoted to exposure visits. the aim was to facilitate the participants understanding of the concept of gender. Rajasthan State Women’s Commission. In this session she questioned the participants regarding the importance of the training and addressed their queries. that is communication skills. Jaipur. MNREGA. The final day of the training started with an exhibition on issues discussed in the first two days. Suryaprakash Sharma. who was also present in the Jaipur training. here the difference between the PC and PNDT Act and the MTP Act were explained to the participants. Consultant. Jodhpur and . fundamental rights and right to vote. questioned the participants on their rights. Thereafter they were shown an episode of the series “Bol basanto”. programme officer of WCD(Department of Women abd Child Development Department). opinions and knowledge on the subjects to be covered during the training. This was done to get a glimpse of their ideas. The subsequent session was based on the RTI. The session tried to pay emphasis on both the nutritional and non-nutritional components of the scheme. The following session was a brief overview of the Indian constitution. The second session was an introduction of the SABLA scheme. The second day of the training started with the session on Vishakha guideline against sexual harassment. wherein the participants were given important advices and information. the difference between gender and sex and gender violence. . WCD. During the exposure program the participants visited Family Court. Mahila Police Station and Mahila Suraksha Kendra. The ninth session was aimed at explaining the Hindu and Muslim Marriage Acts.

and Dr. The rest of the day was devoted to exposure visits. The subsequent sessions were focused on RTE. I wanted to study but my family’s economic condition did not allow me to do so. Gradually I expanded my work and started studying again with the help of a woman from my village (Pracheta). The next couple of sessions were based on important child related issues.laws home. At the age of 13 years I gave birth to a girl. and my daughter is studying in class 12th in the Science stream” Chandrakala. The money was enough for taking care of my child. Mahila police station. family counseling center and family court. was used to facilitate the understanding of the participants. BHOPAL 51 girls participated in the training. There I was alone with my little baby. RTI. Following the work plan exercise Dr. special schemes for SC/ST and social security schemes. Then the participants presented their work plans. Out of them 9 were 16 years old and the rest were in the age group between 17 to 18 years. During the exposure program the participants visited the district legal service authority (DLSA). 42. (programme officer. This was followed by a recall session. A case study. She helped me a lot. Because of her help today I am the Aganwadi worker of my village. This session was concluded with inspiring songs like “le mashale chal pade hain” to encourage the participants. my husband was living in Mumbai at the time. Jodhpur). This was done to get a glimpse of . “Konsa Ghar?”.e. Ms. I started petty stitching (‘fall picco’) work for money. Towards the end of the day the participants were asked to work in groups and create a work plan of how they will disseminate their learnings from the training to their community The final day of the training started with an exhibition on issues discussed in the first two days. My health was very poor so my husband sent me to my village. Swati also explained why economic independence is imperative for the empowerment of women. i. In the following discussion where the participants were recounting their experience on child marriage one of the AWWs told her own story: “When I was 8 years old I got married. I worked all day. The day started off with the arrival and welcome of the participants followed by a the first session where the participants were asked to give a pre test which was followed by a discussion on the various issues related to the everyday life of women.Hindu Succession Act and Muslim personal Act say on the issue. AWW Baap (Jodhpur) The consequent session was based on child rights. their economic condition was better than my family’s. Suryaprakash. After a year I went to my in. The subsequent session was focused on free legal aid. MNREGA. After 2 years my in laws sent me to Mumbai. Ranjana (Jaipur) explained the importance of building self confidence to lead a successful life.

The fourteenth session was based on child marriage. a case study and film (Chintu Chaiwala) were used to do this. decision making skills and collective strength. special schemes for SC/ST and social security schemes. The next session was focused on free legal aid. . the aim was to facilitate the participants understanding of the concept of gender. The fifth and sixth session were based on sex selective abortion and reproductive rights of women. In the seventh session case study was used to explain how the PWDVA deals with the practicalities associated with domestic violence. that is communication skills. This was followed by a recall session. The rest of the day was devoted to exposure visits. wherein the participants were given important advices and information. A few of the participants had never seen a Mahila Thana before. First. In the sixteenth session was shown to highlight the importance of the Right to Education. the difference between gender and sex and gender violence. The last session of the day was on the subject of dowry.I. The final day of the training started with an exhibition on issues discussed in the first two days. where participants were given a practice on filling the RTI form. The fourth session was focused on gender equality. The eighth session was based on the legal provision related to rape and women’s dignity. The next session was aimed at explaining the importance of child rights. participants along with trainers visited Banganga pariyojana. The ninth session was aimed at explaining the Hindu and Muslim Marriage Acts. She also addressed their queries and gave instructions to the participants to note down the numbers of Child line and Mahila Suraksha Salah Kendra. here the difference between the PC and PNDT Act and the MTP Act were explained to the participants. Ashutosh from UNDP. which was followed by the twelfth session based on the property rights of women and what the Hindu Succession Act and Muslim personal Act say on the issue. a case study was used to discuss the detrimental effects of child marriage on the physical and emotional well being of a girl. Ensuing these activities certificates were distributed to the participants by the Pracheta and Mr. The following session was a brief overview of the Indian constitution. The session tried to pay emphasis on both the nutritional and non-nutritional components of the scheme. fundamental rights and right to vote.their ideas. opinions and knowledge on the subjects to be covered during the training. The second session was an introduction of the SABLA scheme. issues related to dignity of women and how cases are solved. In mahila thana S. The subsequent session was based on the RTI. There Pracheta Mrs. After visiting Mahila Thana. all the participants along with the trainers visited the Mahila Thana. Santosh guided the participants regarding issues like filling the DIR forms and role of the protection officer in domestic violence and other cases related to dignity of women. The pre test was followed by a session on the three essential skills. The second day of the training started with the session on Vishakha guideline against sexual harassment. Towards the end of the day the participants were asked to work in groups and create a work plan of how they will disseminate their learnings from the training to their community. The last few sessions were centered on MNREGA. police talked to them on issues like lodging an FIR.

special schemes for SC/ST and social security schemes. The fourteenth session was based on child marriage. The day started off with the arrival and welcome of the participants followed by a the first session where the participants were asked to give a pre test which was followed by a discussion on the various issues related to the everyday life of women. a case study and film (Chintu Chaiwala) were used to do this. wherein the participants were given important advices and information. decision making skills and collective strength. The ensuing discussion also brought out the fact even after knowing what child marriage is and the problems related to the practice of child marriage. The second session was an introduction of the SABLA scheme. opinions and knowledge on the subjects to be covered during the training. The eighth session was based on the legal provision related to rape and women’s dignity. a case study was used to discuss the detrimental effects of child marriage on the physical and emotional well being of a girl. The session tried to pay emphasis on both the nutritional and non-nutritional components of the scheme. one of the girl’s parents wanted to marry her and the participants also said that their elder sisters or friends were married before attaining the legal age of marriage . The fifth and sixth session were based on sex selective abortion and reproductive rights of women.TIKAMGARH 50 girls participated in the training. In the seventh session case study was used to explain how the PWDVA deals with the practicalities associated with domestic violence. The last session of the day was on the subject of dowry. the difference between gender and sex and gender violence. which was followed by the twelfth session based on the property rights of women and what the Hindu Succession Act and Muslim personal Act say on the issue. The next session was focused on free legal aid. The last few sessions were centered on MNREGA. . where participants were given a practice on filling the RTI form. here the difference between the PC and PNDT Act and the MTP Act were explained to the participants. that is communication skills. The fourth session was focused on gender equality. Out of them 56% belonged to the age group of 14 to 16 years and the rest. The ninth session was aimed at explaining the Hindu and Muslim Marriage Acts. In the sixteenth session was shown to highlight the importance of the Right to Education. 22. Towards the end of the day the participants were asked to work in groups and create a work plan of how they will disseminate their learnings from the training to their community. fundamental rights and right to vote. were in the age group between 17 to 18 years. The next session was aimed at explaining the importance of child rights. The second day of the training started with the session on Vishakha guideline against sexual harassment. The pre test was followed by a session on the three essential skills. The following session was a brief overview of the Indian constitution. The subsequent session was based on the RTI. This was done to get a glimpse of their ideas. the aim was to facilitate the participants understanding of the concept of gender.

After visiteing the project area of Tikamgad gramin. where CDPO cum Sanrakshak adhikari Ms. This was followed by a recall session. the participants also visited District Women and Child Development Department and Family Counseling Center where DPO took feedback from the participant regarding the training. All the participants along with trainers visited the Mahila bal vikas project office. .The final day of the training started with an exhibition on issues discussed in the first two days. The rest of the day was devoted to exposure visits. Geeta Sharma explained to the participant the process of filling the DIR form and about the help they can get from mahila Balvikas.