Empowering Women in Dairy Enterprise through SHG: A Case Study of Haryana
Arti Swati Chandan Kumar Rai Smita Sirohi Gopal Sankhala
Vol 9(6), 264-274
The present paper was an effort to study two women SHG’s named as Anmol Mahila Dugdh Samiti and Nirmal Dhara Dugdh Samiti which were situated in rural areas of Karnal (Haryana). The major focus of the study was on making women self-reliant, self-employed and empowered by creating entrepreneurial skills in women. This paper also throws light on the importance of institution and NGO in removing various constraints and other problems like financial problems, technical skills etc. Both of SHG procure milk from different villages, store milk, add value, and advertise their product, market creation till product reached to final consumer. The main characteristics of these SHG’s was that, middlemen was totally removed from the value chain therefore ultimately reduces the total cost. Value addition includes khoa, ghee, dahi and waste management was also wonder. Season wise profit analysis was done to know the efficiency of SHG. This state is full of orthodox people, where women are considered as servant of the house. These two groups act as role model for other women of the villages. These women broke the glass ceiling and acts as epitome for the orthodox society.
Keywords : Profit Analysis Value Addition Women Empowerment
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