Five Government Schemes working for Women Empowerment


Beti Bachao Beti Padho’.


The scheme ‘ Beti Bachao Beti Padho’ revolves around the notion of female feticides. It is campaign which aims at eradication of female feticides and to make girls socially and financially self-reliant through education.

The movement came into force in 2015. It is a joint initiative run by the ministry of women and child development, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and the Ministry of human resource development. The movement also revolves around the actions to bridge the growing gap between the girl and boy infants.





Mahila-E-Haat is a bilingual online marketing platform which helps aspiring women entrepreneurs, self-help group, and NGOs to showcase their products to the world. The platform is open to all Indian women above the age of 18.


It is an initiative by the Ministry of Women and Child Development and was launched in 2016. The platform is very user-friendly and provides an easy sign-in process with convenient payment modes.



Mahila Shakti Kendra


Another important initiative by the government is the Mahi Shakti Kendra. The scheme came into force in 2017 and it aims to empower rural women with opportunities for skill development, employment, digital literacy, health, and nutrition.


Each of the Mahila Shakti Kendra provides an interface to the rural women so that they can approach the government so as to avail their entitlements through training and capacity building. It works at four levels, national, state, district and block levels.


One-Stop Centre Scheme


One Stop Centre Scheme or popularly known as ‘Sahki’. Sahki came into being in 2015 with the ‘Nirbhaya’ fund. The main aim of Sahki or One Stop Centre Scheme is to provide shelter, police desk, legal, medical and counseling services to the victims of violence. It has been established at locations throughout the country. It has an integrated with a 24-hour helpline. The toll free number to remember is 181.



STEP or Support to Training and Employment Programme for women. STEP aims at providing skills and competencies to women which will lead to employability. Under the scheme, a particular project is provided for a duration of 5 years, depending upon the nature of it, kinds of activities involved and the number of beneficiaries to be undertaken.


It provides help in sectors including agriculture, horticulture, handicraft, computer handlooms, tailoring, etc. With this, it also provide help and support in skills like spoken English, it and computer, travel and tourism, hospitality, etc.



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