We aim to achieve behavioral, social and economic transformation for women and children towards an India where everyone can have equal opportunities.
It is our motto to empower women living with dignity and contributing as equal partners in development in an environment free from violence,
AIMS & OBJECTIVES
1. To extend social and cultural welfare activities amongst the people of the area in general and women and children in particular
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Bordumsa Mahila Mandal
Bordumsa Mahila Mandal in its inception stage consisted of few like-minded women hailing from different communities residing in Bordumsa Township. Later it was expanded and extended to villages of Bordumsa Circle. Initially, its objectives were to come up with a common platform to discuss the problems of women and children as problems of womenfolk in the area were always unattended.
On 24th April 1993, the organization formed an Executive Body to look into the problems of individual women, and society as a whole.
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Making Sanitary Napkin Pads
Reusable Sanitary Napkin Production Unit at Wakhetna, Bordumsa was technologically and financially supported by RuTAG IIT Madras, Jatan Sansthan, Udaipur, Rajasthan under STINER. STINER stands for Science and Technology Intervention in the North East Region under the Donor Ministry Programme,
Arranging SHG Groups
Around 75 to 80 SHG take IGA’s Activities and extra income for growth of more income for their livelihood and for the like IGAs as handloom, horticulture, agriculture, livestock, as well in the no-farm sector like pickle making, broom sticking making, selling of vegetable, clothes, etc. And extra income activities
Capacity Building of SHG
During the year, 200 women leaders of SHG have undergone a 5-days training on capacity building, thrift savings, and micro-credit management. Potential group leaders are enrolled in the training program. The training has been conducted in a participatory method and the participants were vocal in the training camp.
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The membership of the Bordumsa Mahila Mandal is open to everyone, everywhere who believes in and would like to work for the realization of the ideals of the Society.
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Observing Menstrual hygiene Day
Menstrual Hygiene is a very important matter to know for every single person. It is a tough period for women where they go through lots of body changes and hormonal changes. These days they need to be properly clean,
Food and Fruit Processing Training
Arunachal Pradesh is full of nutritious vegetables and fruits which has made the state a land of nutrition. Here the fruit processing units are active and they engage a huge number of workers from the surrounding areas.
Piggery and Poultry Training
Developing the Animal Husbandry sector, the organization conducted Animal Health Check-up camps in different places. This animal husbandry program is mainly a source of income for rural women. In this program,
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By and large, our goal is to dedicate our effort to improve the well-being of the socio-economically weaker section of society. How shall we achieve this? Through a community-based integrated development approach with the active participation of the community. What have we done so far? Our collaboration with NERCORMP/NEC has left no stone unturned in improving the overall status of the people in Bordumsa, especially for the empowerment of women in particular. Over the years, we have been bullish on promoting education among non-school-going children. improving health and nutrition at an individual level, supporting, livelihood development, and collaborating with government, corporate sectors, development agencies that extend helping hands to our noble mission. Lastly, I convey my heartiest thanks to all of you for your constant support for the efforts of our organization. We thank the NERCORMP NEC Shillong. District Administration – Changlang (Arunachal Pradesh), Bordumsa Administration, NABARD, Jahan Sansthan Udaipur, Samarpan – Mumbai, APWWS Itanagar, and Public leaders & Panchayats to bring us where we are at this juncture of our mission.