She transform by Technology

Minakshib
Posted April 2, 2020 from India

Name: Ratna lakshaman jadhav 10th pass age: 36

Village: bahulkheda, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India.

                 Ratnabai Laxman Jadhav is living a very poor life.  This woman is a backward class and the main source of income is agricultural work and employment.  This woman created a backward class women's savings group in 2001.                                                                     Later in 2013-14 he took over the operation of a ration shop.  Because of this, the woman had many problems with technical work while running a ration shop.  Likewise, due to the technical difficulties of running a savings group, all the women decided to get digital training together.  They were given digital training through World Plus.  In 2018-19, Ratnabai Jadhav learned all the online work.  Today, she is giving women thumbs to distribute food grains, filling in online forms through protection card, transferring money through Bhim Amp, filling the benefits of various schemes online for farmers, registering a seven-time register, setting up a new joint house for husband and wife.                                                    Apply online to get government schemes for right widows, destitute, abandoned, divorced women.  She is also working to inform the women of various villages in the village by giving them votes group.  She also provides digital training to village employment servants and savings groups.  This is a change made by a woman from a normal family.

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florence kekong
Apr 02
Apr 02

Hello, Sister Minakshib, thanks for sharing the story on the poor woman and how she is trying hard to change ugly situations of poor women in your locality. With your good support I believe that things will get better. Just keep updating us about your great works. Thank you
Love,
Florence Kekong

Minakshib
Apr 03
Apr 03

Thanku so much didi

Jill Langhus
Apr 03
Apr 03

Hello Minakshi,

How are you and your family doing, dear? Which one is Ratna? Is she one World Pulse? I hope she joins us. I would love to hear more about her amazing organization. Could you clarify what you mean by "backward class?" Do you mean she is uneducated or do you mean that she comes from a lower caste?

Thanks for sharing your inspiring story.

I hope you and your family are doing well.

Minakshib
Apr 04
Apr 04

The woman who gave the photo a necklace

She is from lower caste (SC)

she is cot connected to World plus but I will connect her soon. And I wise share her stories and share like that women's stories
And take care thank you

Jill Langhus
Apr 04
Apr 04

Oh, okay. What a dear:-) Thanks for clarifying.

Okay. Great! Looking forward to meeting her:-)

You, too, dear.

You're welcome.

Dawn Arteaga
Apr 03
Apr 03

Incredible Minakshi! Were you the one who helped train them? You are doing such important work, I'm so excited to hear that the digital training has helped them apply for government schemes! What transformative work.

Minakshib
Apr 04
Apr 04

Yes. I m give her training. And lot of women's are there for training. So I m help them and connect to World plus. Work in progress.

Take care thank you

Hello Minakshib,

Wow, congratulations on the impact you made in your community, dear sister! This is truly inspiring. You did a great job in training women. Please keep it up!

Selma Ndi
Apr 06
Apr 06

This story encourages me. Your location, social status should not limit you. May Rathna continue excelling in her objectives. Does she work with a team now?, or does she handle everything by herself. It is so nice that she has supportive people like you who will share her story and encourage others.

otahelp
Apr 14
Apr 14

Waoh Mina wonderful work by the woman you described. It is really lesson to learn by all. we can achieve whatever we put our mind on. thank you for sharing