In 1992 SAMPARC went for installation of 400 smokeless ovens in surrounding 12 villages of Maval Taluka that gave the opportunity to come in close contact with village women. SAMPARC did a rigorous training of village women with the help of CRY and Concern India Foundation, Mumbai to strengthen the women by imparting training on hygiene, safe drinking water, nutrition, mother and child care, basic right of the women, fight against alcohol, various sexual diseases, preventive health, household management, group dynamics and how to form groups and to run livelihood projects through agriculture, animal husbandry, poultry, dairy, fruit tree cultivation and running small business like shops, flour mill etc. In 1997 SAMPARC started women’s self Help Group and ventured into the financial matter where their own savings group and extend
In 1997 SAMPARC started women’s self Help Group and ventured into the financial matter where their own savings group and extend loan to the needy women of their group. Since then till today SAMPARC organized regular training program, camps for the women for on Management of Savings group and ultimately to convert into a Credit Co-operative society which is the biggest achievement of women’s group. Now 6000 women are Members of 42 villages.