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VJMS Three Years Bio Data
(2017-2018)
Programmes
vjms VJMS 2017 - 18
All Programmes
vjms Annual Report       2017-18
vjms Audit 2017-18
(2016-2017)
Programmes
vjms VJMS 2016 - 17
All Programmes
vjms Annual Report       2016-17
vjms Audit 2016-17
(2015-2016)
Programmes
vjms VJMS 2016
All Programmes
vjms Aunnual Reports
vjms Audit Reports
vjms CIRC Wanaparthy
(2014-2015)
Programmes
vjms 2014-2015
Aunnual Report
vjms Audit Report 2015
vjms Child Labour Awareness programme
vjmsStreet Children Education Programme
vjms National Women’s Day Celebration
vjms Minority Awareness
Programme
vjms Republic Day Celebration
vjms National Book Trust Programme
vjms Swachh Bharath Programme
vjms Pulse Polio Programme
vjms Youth Awareness Programme
vjms Mother and Child Health Awareness programme
vjms Food Security Programme
vjms Social Media Awareness programme on Community Radio
Programme
vjms Rural Women Day Celebration
vjms Internal Learning Literacy Programme
vjms PNDT act Awareness Programme
vjms Girl and Child Education Programme
vjms Independent Day Celebration
vjmsCultural Activities Programmes
vjms Cluster Meeting
vjms Skill Development Programme
vjms General Meeting Programmes & Vocational Training
vjms Groups Leaders Meeting
vjms Health Camps

Our Prgrammes
(2013-2014)
vjms 2013-2014
Aunnual Report
vjms Audit Report 2014
vjms AGP Wanaparthy
vjmsAHVY Handicrafts Meeting
vjms Chenetha Programme
vjms Drug Against Day
vjms Durgabhai Deshmukh
vjms Group Leaders Meeting
vjms Group Leaders Meeting
vjms Group Leaders Training Meeting
vjms Handicrafts
vjms Inspection
vjms Mahilalu Adigaminchalsina Savaallu
vjms Manager at Meerpet
vjms MSME
vjms NBT Programme
vjms NCW Mamatha Sharma
vjms Youth Day

Our Prgrammes
(2012-2013)
vjms 2012-2013
Aunnual Report
vjms Audit Report 2013
vjms MSME TREAD Scheme
vjmsAHVY Project
vjms Paper plates Making Unit
vjms Environmental Program (Bio-Diversity)
vjms International Rural Womens Day
vjms NBT Book Fare & Seminar-Library
vjms Women Domestic Violence Day
vjms Culturer Program
vjms PNDT Act
vjms Awareness on Street Children
vjms Adult Education
vjms Minority Group Leaders Development Program
vjms General Group Leaders Development Program
vjms Individual Loans, Small Units
 


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Tread Scheme Cheques Distribution Program by Smt. Sabitha Indra Reddy
 
Khamar Rahman with Sec'bad MLA Jayasudha
 
Khamar Rahman with PCC President Shri D. Srinivas
 
Vayojana Vidya
 
NBT Book Fair
 
Womens Domestic Violence Day
 
Bio-Diversity
 
Swacch Bharath Awareness Camps in Villages by VJMS

 
 
  ABOUT VANITHA JYOTHI MAHILA SANGAM (VJMS)
 

Welcome to Vanitha Jyothi Mahila Sangam (VJMS), we are extremely happy to announce that we have completed 20 wonderful years of journey in empowering women, girl children and youth from vulnerable backgrounds. We have played a crucial role in critical stages of their lives and in preparing them for employment, as we start this New Year 2015 we are making plans for another year of working with vulnerable families and empowering them.

Our Prime Minister Shri. Narendra Modi stressed about how  social media can play a key role in several activities of our country, our objective for the year 2015 is to adopt some villages in the State of Telangana; bring about digital literacy in all the families in those villages, conduct trainings and workshops on Internet and usage of social media. We hope to achieve this objective by the end of the year 2015 in as many villages as possible. Bringing about this development of internet connectivity and internet literacy in the most vulnerable of our rural areas can change the outlook of our rural life and create wonders.

Please join hands with us in our ‘ADOPT A VILLAGE’ programme. With a rich experience in conducting several programmes over the past 20 years successfully and economically, we at Vanitha Jyothi Mahila Sangam will ensure that your contributions and donations are spent wisely to give free trainings and workshops to the most vulnerable families of our villages.

The programme; ‘ADOPT A VILLAGE’ is designed to remove the obstacles the villages face in accessing the internet, we are in a unique position to bring about a drastic change in our villages, with your generous contributions we can adopt as many villages as possible and achieve a meaningful change in their lives, to empower them and develop them.

There are many ways in which you can support the ‘ADOPT A VILLAGE’ programme, apart from giving donations, you can also volunteer for the awareness programs, provide video resources or providing free educational resources to help make ‘ADOPT A VILLAGE’ alive and become part of this stupendous task in front of us. Please contact us and we will be pleased to send you additional information.

  VISION OF THE ORGANIZATION  
 

VJMS and the SHGs share a vision of community of unified rural population, across parochial caste lines and the gender divide, with increased survival capacity in a rapidly changing political economy, with food security, where children, especially the girl child, have a childhood, education and secure future.

  MISSION OF THE ORGANIZATION
   
  VJMS and the SHGs is committed to the unification and organization of the rural women in their struggle for freedom from social oppression and the realization of a human identity, dignity and citizen status.
 

The overall goal of the organization is to build women SHGs as a village, cluster & Mandal level mass organization so that women struggling for their development can con con continually take stock of wider societal changes and make necessary adjustments to survive with  dignity and security in the society.

   
 
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  MAIN GOAL OF ORGANIZATION
   
  The overall goal of the organization is to build women SHGs as a village, cluster & Mandal level mass organization so that women struggling for their development can con con continually take stock of wider societal changes and make necessary adjustments to survive with  dignity and security in the society.
 
To oppose gender discrimination, sexual exploitation and strengthen  the position of women especially to develop in Handicraft sector so that they can create opportunities, separate spaces for themselves and also contribute as equals to all development.
   
  OBJECTIVE OF THE ORGANIZATION
   
  Women contribute as equal to All decisions and activities of their development.
  To stop sexual exploitation of women arising from petty credit needs.
  To establish function unity among women.
  To establish fiscal discipline and financial independence for women.
  To establish functional literacy among women pertaining to DOMWUA group members.
  Let us take the privilege to express the happening and learning we have in this year. The year started with full provocation to work with the minorities in all 5 district.


  Rural India

In rural areas where a lot of people do not have access to sex determination facilities, female infanticide is shockingly common. The parents wait until the mother gives birth, and when they find out that a daughter is born, they go ahead and kill the baby by adopting various means such as strangling the baby, giving her poison, dumping her in a garbage bin, drowning her, burying her alive, starving her, stuffing her mouth with salt, or leaving her outdoors overnight so she dies of exposure.

What is disturbing is that female infanticide is not considered a big crime and rarely do culprits get convicted. Once in while there is a harsh conviction of the parent followed by some publicity, and it isn't long before the news dies down. Surprisingly, mothers are the ones who often perpetrate the crime, with the support of other women in her network. Since the mother is the one who has given birth to the unwanted female, she is the one who must do away with it. She is forced to do so at times, and willingly does so at others since she herself desires a male child. How much the mother, another victim of atrocities, is really to blame though, is any body's guess.

Where the daughter's life is spared, parents often neglect her and expect her to work around the house serving her brothers and father. Girls are rarely sent to school, and if they are, they are removed after a few years of education and put to work - perhaps sent to cities to work as maids in homes, and send money earned by them. In all probability, they are treated far better at the homes they work in as maids than they are in their own homes - but instances of harsh ill-treatment and abuse of such girls are also just as common.

Urban India

Rural life is far removed from city life. Although we may have come across villagers who perhaps now work under us as office boys, peons, waiters in restaurants, drivers, cooks and household help, rarely do we ever try and bring about a change in their mindset. Sadly though, educated, urban and fairly wealthy people too often nurse a desire for a male child, and although they may not kill their daughter after she is born, they do try and find out the sex of their child, and abort female fetuses.

Although disclosing the gender of a foetus is illegal, there are numerous doctors that disclose the child's sex for an enhanced fee, and then offer to arrange for the abortion. Thus although there is a good law in place, its implementation is not as effective as it should be.

Although all of us take pride in our Indian culture, we need to recognize that there is something fundamentally wrong with a culture that assumes the superiority of males, and that celebrates Indian women for being meek, submissive and sacrificial. One way you can help counter this mindset is by being proud of the women in your life, and by taking pride in yourself if you are a woman.

Nai Roshini Scheme
Leadership Development Training Programe in Minority women in Ranga Reddy Dist.
Self Help GROUPS
3000 GROUP Uniforms to Empower women in a large Extent
Micro Finance
The overall goal of the organization is to build women SHGs as a village, cluster & Mandal level mass organization
SHGS
International Rural Womens Day
 
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CIRC Wanaparthy
 
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Womens Day
 
Minority
Minority DOMUA Group
 
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Minority DOMUA Group
 
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Awareness on
PNDT Act
 
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Tailoring Center Inauguration by Sri. MD Fareeruddin (Honourable Minority Minister)
 
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Paper Plate Making
 
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Tailoring
 
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Karchub and Zardozari
 
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Health Camp Wanaparthy by VJMS Cheif Guest Local MLA
 
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Independence day Celebrations Wanaparthy
 
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Tailoring Trainings for Women in Wanaparthy
 
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Tailoring Trainings for women in Srirangapoor
 
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Computer Trainings for women
 
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Women Tailoring Certificate Distribution programme in Bandlaguda cheif guest MSME Director
 
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Swacch Bharath Programme in Wanaparthy by youth organised by Vanitha Jyothi Mahila Sangam
     
   
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