Empowering Single Women in Chandrapur District of Maharashtra

Pratibha Ukey
Posted August 6, 2019 from India

Chandrapur is a rural district in Maharashtra state. On 30th August we organized an event there. In this event, single women and local stakeholders of local villages came to participate. Who are these single women? They are widows, women who deserted by husband and women who didn't marry. 

These women do not have rights to property. We are empowering them to fight for their property rights. We have just started the process by meeting them and mobilizing them. We will keep on our efforts and share here the progress. Our aim is to see all these women become legal owners of their property and land and government schemes.

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Urmila Salunkhe
Aug 06
Aug 06

Great Work Pratibha Tai.

nikitawadhwa
Aug 06
Aug 06

Nice update Pratibha Tai!

Hello, Pratibha,

Congratulations for organizing these meetings! Yes, women should be legal owners to land and properties, too. Looking forward to reading your updates.

Keep up the great work! Thanks for sharing!

Jill Langhus
Aug 06
Aug 06

Yeah, Pratibha! Great initiative. Please keep on:-)

Hope you're doing well, and having a great week!

Tamarack Verrall
Aug 06
Aug 06

Dear Pratibha,
What important work you are doing! The rights of women to own land is a basic and too often lacking human right. It is a right all unmarried and/or widowed women should have. It is so good to know that you are challenging this, and I see from your profile that you have been doing this for a long time. It is so good to know that these many rural women have been able to meet you, have your support, and know that this is an unfair man-made decision.
In sisterhood,
Tam

Beth Lacey
Aug 07
Aug 07

Good luck with your work

Kathy Dixon Crowley
Aug 09
Aug 09

Great update! Thanks for all that you do.

Madhuri Deshkar
Aug 11
Aug 11

पुढील कार्याला माझा शुभेच्छा।महिला ना अशीच मदत करा

Dawn Arteaga
Aug 13
Aug 13

What powerful work you are doing that will help women for generations to come! So grateful you shared!