The economic situation of women has not improved

Group member cleans communal toilets.
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The economic situation of the women belonging to the group did not improve
Maharajganj. Instead of improving, the economic situation of women’s support groups that maintain communal toilets has deteriorated. Because he hasn’t received a fee for seven months. This matter relates to the Parataval area. Block Mission Manager Radheshyam says that responsibility for maintaining the communal toilet in Shyamdeurwan has been transferred to the ASHA support group. The fee goes to the account of the group. The list was drawn up and sent to the Panchayat department. Payment will be made soon.
Asha Self Help Group Shyamdeurwan from the Paratawal area was founded on April 4th, 2020. Female members are associated with the group. Jantira Devi, a female member, was entrusted with looking after the communal toilet on December 27, 2020. He has not received the fee since then. Instead of improving his financial situation, it deteriorated. Jantira Devi said there was talk of giving a fee of six thousand. No payment has yet been made. Jantira said that the chairman, secretary and other women had given her responsibility for cleaning and maintaining the toilets. In the event of illness or leaving, the other woman in the communal toilet takes over the group. Group President Leelavati said the group is responsible for running the toilets. A female member was appointed. Secretary Kusum, Treasurer Sindhu said there is not much income.

The economic situation of the women belonging to the group did not improve

Maharajganj. Instead of improving, the economic situation of women’s support groups that maintain communal toilets has deteriorated. Because he hasn’t received a fee for seven months. This matter relates to the Parataval area. Block Mission Manager Radheshyam says that responsibility for maintaining the communal toilet in Shyamdeurwan has been transferred to the ASHA support group. The fee goes to the account of the group. The list was drawn up and sent to the Panchayat department. Payment will be made soon.

Asha Self Help Group Shyamdeurwan from the Paratawal area was founded on April 4th, 2020. Female members are associated with the group. Jantira Devi, a female member, was entrusted with looking after the communal toilet on December 27, 2020. He has not received the fee since then. Instead of improving his financial situation, it deteriorated. Jantira Devi said there was talk of giving a fee of six thousand. No payment has yet been made. Jantira said that the chairman, secretary and other women had given her responsibility for cleaning and maintaining the toilets. In the event of illness or leaving, the other woman in the communal toilet takes over the group. Group President Leelavati said the group is responsible for running the toilets. A female member was appointed. Secretary Kusum, Treasurer Sindhu said there is not much income.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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