Capacity Building in GRAMIN
OFFICE ADDRESS Village. Galia,
P.O. Chariali-784176
P.S. Chariali
Dist. Sonitpur (ASSAM)

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Capacity Building in GRAMIN

SHG for GRAMIN, is not just a unit for economic development but many more. Promotion of the SHGs as capable platform for all-round development is not a cake walk but requires constant and rigorous escort services. We are trying our best to graduate the SHG members in their plight of marching towards a dignified life. This requires self understanding, self confidence, knowledge of the environment surrounding, knowledge of prevailing socio-political system and his position in the system, proper knowledge of his wants and the resources available etc. Proper analysis of what one possess and what are the opportunity available for one-self and then synthesizing the two to garner the best for self is the best practice for success in life. Moreover, the concept of self help and how it can help them in moving towards a better life and how best to make their group strong, affective and working is another important aspect of the endeavor. Imbibing all these aspect in the people, we are working with, requires repeated and extensive training.

To achieve this goal we regularly organize capacity building training workshops for the SHG members and their functionaries separately. In the last year we organized the following capacity building trainings:


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Krishi Samriddhi - For Cultivators


Assam is predominantly an agricultural state. Over 90% of its population live in rural areas and are dependent on agriculture and this sector contributes more than 43% to the Net State Domestic Product. The geographical location, physiographic, climatic features, ethnic diversity, socio-cultural sphere are some of the peculiar features of the people of the state. By and large, crop production and animal husbandry have been way of the life rather than any commercial enterprises. The progress made in agricultural sector during the last five decades is comparatively less in Assam as compared to others stats. This is ascribed mainly to natural phenomenon, infrastructural deficiencies, inadequate input supply and extension support. Agriculture has been practiced in most traditional way.