Ramkali, Chanda & Suman are transforming rural India? Invest in training of Women Panchayat Leaders
By Manav Jeevan Vikas Samiti
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Ramkali (31), Chanda (32) and Suman (35) are not just any names. They are part of a group of 40 elected women panchayat representatives from Madhya Pradesh who are setting golden examples for leaders across the country. These women, being trained and guided by Manav Jeevan Vikas Samiti (MJVS), have achieved amazing feats in ensuring girl & child rights, including stopping female foeticide and child marriage, providing proper healthcare & nutrition to child & mothers and empowering women through awareness and creating income opportunities like organic farming and rural tourism. These are the women who are going to create the country of your dreams, join their journey of transforming rural India. Donate to MJVS' programme to train women panchayat leaders.

One year ago, Sarpanch Suman Bai heard that in Nanhwara Sejha village of her Panchayat, a tribal family is marrying off their minor daughter. She immediately met the father of the 14-year-old girl and tried to explain to him the physical and mental problems of marrying a girl before she turns 18. The girl also confided in Sarpanch that she wants to study further but her father is forcibly getting her married. But the parents were adamant and did not heed to Sarpanch's advice. This challenge did not stop Suman Bai as now she was not the

Ramkali (31), Chanda (32) and Suman (35) are not just any names. They are part of a group of 40 elected women panchayat representatives from Madhya Pradesh who are setting golden examples for leaders across the country. These women, being trained and guided by Manav Jeevan Vikas Samiti (MJVS), have achieved amazing feats in ensuring girl & child rights, including stopping female foeticide and child marriage, providing proper healthcare & nutrition to child & mothers and empowering women through awareness and creating income opportunities like organic farming and rural tourism. These are the women who are going to create the country of your dreams, join their journey of transforming rural India. Donate to MJVS' programme to train women panchayat leaders.

One year ago, Sarpanch Suman Bai heard that in Nanhwara Sejha village of her Panchayat, a tribal family is marrying off their minor daughter. She immediately met the father of the 14-year-old girl and tried to explain to him the physical and mental problems of marrying a girl before she turns 18. The girl also confided in Sarpanch that she wants to study further but her father is forcibly getting her married. But the parents were adamant and did not heed to Sarpanch's advice. This challenge did not stop Suman Bai as now she was not the

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