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Minority Women Welfare Programs

MNEC is empanelled by Ministry of Minority Affairs, Govt. of India, New Delhi to conduct trainings on “Scheme for Leadership Development for Minority Women” at urban & rural areas in Madurai District, Tamilnadu, under Project 2012 – 2013.

The Minority Women, the Muslims & Christians, are undergoing trainings on the following themes:

  • Improving Capacity for Women on Women Security
  • Orientation Training for Women on Health Care Awareness & Health Improvement
  • Training for Women on Socio Economic Empowerment.
Mrs. R. Keerthi Priyatharsini, District Minority Welfare Officer, Madurai District, Tamilnadu, Orients the training provided to Minority women under Leadership Scheme & Welfare measures of Central & State Govt.
Minority Women – Participants Trainees
Mrs. Shajathi, one of the Directors of Madurai District Central Cooperative Bank (MDCC Bank), Madurai, a Roll Model among Muslim Women explains the need for Leadership of Minority Women & overcoming issues of minority women. Participant Muslim Minority Women Trainees  taking pledge on attaining minority women security & welfare in presence of Mrs. Mallika, Inspector of Police, All Women Police Station, Madurai City & Mrs. J. Helen, Director, MNEC.
Group Discussion by Leadership Trainees and preparing chart on sequence of issues against minority women. Participant women trainees having lunch during Leadership training session.
Mrs. Kowsalya, Inspector of Police, with Sub Inspector, All Women Police Station, Tallakulam, Madurai, explains the MinorityWomen Trainees of support services by Women Police for the afflicted women against all violences & atrocities, in presence of
Dr. J. Helen, Director, MNEC
Judge. Jecintha Martin, Madurai District Legal Service Authority, enumerates all the security measures, dispute conciliatory efforts and legal support rendered by Free Legal Clinic to the afflicted women during Interaction Session in the Leadership Training
Resource Person Mrs. Mallika, Inspector of Police, Madurai City, invites attention of all the minority women trainees towards services and emergency services of Women Police and the need to call on the police services at any time.
A Resource Person, aWoman Advocate, explains all the legal means of support enshrined in the Indian Constitution and Legal Enactments for the afflicted & minority women against violence & atrocities, during Interaction Session in the Leadership Training Program.
Minority Women Trainees, Muslims, explain the practical difficulties they encounter in their family life and livelihood and discuss the means of resolving their issues. Group Discussion of Minority Muslim women trainees through role play & singing songs on trials and tribulations of women in domestic life and their resolutions to overcome the issues against male chauvinism & violence and atrocities