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Bellary Women’s SHGs to Re-invent Themselves for Development of Women

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Bellary Women’s SHGs to Re-invent Themselves for Development of Women

 

BELLARY, Aug. 29: The Women’s Self Help Groups of Bellary have decided to re-invent themselves be more active and more organized in order to be more effective” under the leadership of BDDS, the diocesan development society.

 

The leaders and animators of the Women’s Self Help Groups of Bellary and T.B. Dam met at the BDDS Centre for social development to assess their work and to evolve better strategies in making women stake holders in their own development.

 

About 50 women from the parishes in Bellary town and T.B. Dam, during a two day workshop deliberated and prepared new ways to enlist more women from the poorer sections in their social development work.

 

BDDS Director Fr. Paulraj animated the deliberations.

 

Bishop Henry D’Souza, during the concluding Eucharist urged the women leaders to “bring dignity to women and to bring the fruits of development to the least and the last in the society” through their work.

 
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