Jyoti brought happiness to the house by growing flowers, also beautifying friends’ houses

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Badaun / Kadar Chowk. In some villages in the block, women become self-employed by joining self-help groups. These women work hard and diligently to strengthen the financial situation of their families. Jyoti from the village of Kadar Chowk in Bamnausi is an example of this. Jyoti and the women in her group have started growing flowers. Aside from making bouquets, verya, they also sell flowers by going to the market.
National Rural Livelihoods Mission support groups have seen major changes in many villages. Aside from the village of Dhanupura, famous for its liquor, the winds of change are also blowing in the villages of Bamnausi and Sadather in the Kadar Chowk block. Speaking of Bamnausi: Sakhi Jyoti Devi from the Jai Santoshi Maa Group has achieved remarkable success in just a year and a half by starting floriculture with nine other women. These women use the money and grants raised in the group to grow flowers and then sell them to make bouquets, Sehra, etc. When she sells flowers at the Ujhani and Badaun market, she often takes care of the stage decorations Weddings with the help of the men of the family. Block officials also help them with women’s positive work.
Jyoti said – now flowers are sold sitting at home
Jyoti’s husband is a tutor who lived at home tutoring. It is for this reason that this is how the household wheel worked. Jyoti’s floriculture and business has been in existence for about a year and a half. Jyoti says people didn’t know initially, so there were more problems selling flowers. Now a lot of people take flowers from their homes. In addition, orders for bouquet, praises and other decoration work are also accepted. Husband and family give full support.
The cultivation of mushrooms gave Sadather recognition
Twelve women of the Maa Santoshi group Sadather write a story about the progress in mushroom cultivation. The group Sakhi Priyanka Devi announced that this work will start in November and end in April. In this a closed hut of 32 to 48 feet is made. Bamboo stretches are made by rotting straw and mixing it with local fertilizer. Then 80 to 120 kg of seeds are placed on the stretcher. When the mushroom is ready, Priyanka packs it with her partner Somvati and others. It is packaged and sold with the help of family members in the mandis of Badaun and Bareilly. Somvati said that there is a mushroom picking in the hut with a temperature of 20 to 35 degrees. daily income from plants
Women are better off
Krishnapal Singh, ADO of the Kadarchowk block, says that Priyanka and her companions from Sadather village grow mushrooms and Jyoti from Bamnausi makes a living from flowers. The loan is available at the lowest interest rate in the group. Again, this will be returned as a grant if the group is running properly. Better working women are encouraged. In the recent past, women were honored by high officials with a mushroom exhibition.

Badaun / Kadar Chowk. In some villages in the block, women become self-employed by joining self-help groups. These women work hard and diligently to strengthen the financial situation of their families. Jyoti from the village of Kadar Chowk in Bamnausi is an example of this. Jyoti and the women in her group have started growing flowers. Aside from making bouquets, verya, they also sell flowers by going to the market.

National Rural Livelihoods Mission support groups have seen major changes in many villages. Aside from the village of Dhanupura, famous for its liquor, the winds of change are also blowing in the villages of Bamnausi and Sadather in the Kadar Chowk block. Speaking of Bamnausi: Sakhi Jyoti Devi from the Jai Santoshi Maa Group has achieved remarkable success in just a year and a half by starting floriculture with nine other women. These women use the money and grants raised in the group to grow flowers and then sell them to make bouquets, Sehra, etc. When she sells flowers at the Ujhani and Badaun market, she often takes care of the stage decorations Weddings with the help of the men of the family. Block officials also help them with women’s positive work.

Jyoti said – now flowers are sold sitting at home

Jyoti’s husband is a tutor who lived at home tutoring. It is for this reason that this is how the household wheel worked. Jyoti’s floriculture and business has been in existence for about a year and a half. Jyoti says people didn’t know initially, so there were more problems selling flowers. Now a lot of people take flowers from their homes. In addition, orders for bouquet, praises and other decoration work are also accepted. Husband and family give full support.

The cultivation of mushrooms gave Sadather recognition

Twelve women of the Maa Santoshi group Sadather write a story about the progress in mushroom cultivation. The group Sakhi Priyanka Devi announced that this work will start in November and end in April. In this a closed hut of 32 to 48 feet is made. Bamboo stretches are made by rotting straw and mixing it with local fertilizer. Then 80 to 120 kg of seeds are placed on the stretcher. When the mushroom is ready, Priyanka packs it with her partner Somvati and others. It is packaged and sold with the help of family members in the mandis of Badaun and Bareilly. Somvati said that there is a mushroom picking in the hut with a temperature of 20 to 35 degrees. daily income from grain

Women are better off

Krishnapal Singh, ADO of the Kadarchowk block, says that Priyanka and her companions from Sadather village grow mushrooms and Jyoti from Bamnausi makes a living from flowers. The loan is available at the lowest interest rate in the group. Again, this will be returned as a grant if the group is running properly. Better working women are encouraged. In the recent past, women were honored by high officials with a mushroom exhibition.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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