Women Empowerment

Women Empowerment

Empowering women ensures that they have equal rights, opportunities, and access to resources as men. Gender equality is not only a fundamental human right but also essential for achieving sustainable development and social justice.

Sahaj Seva Foundation recognizes the importance of honoring women, including widows, divorced women, and vulnerable members of the community. Through events like the Haldi Kumkum Ceremony held on February 9, 2021, we celebrate their strength, resilience, and contributions to society, promoting inclusivity and empowerment.

Empowering Women, Transforming Communities.

Empowering Women Through Health: Sahaj Seva Foundation’s Free Health Camp – Sahaj Seva Foundation prioritizes women’s health by organizing free health camps, including  mammography checkups, on World Women’s Day. By providing access to essential healthcare services, we empower women to prioritize their well-being and take control of their health.


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The Raigad police department, in collaboration with Sahaj Seva Foundation, honored 18 women achievers from various fields for their remarkable contributions, under the leadership of Industry Minister Uday Samant and Guardian Minister Aditi Tatkare. This initiative was announced during the Navdurga Awards ceremony, with a commitment to distribute mobile phones to all women managing self-help groups in the district within the next two months. Additionally, they emphasized empowering girls for self-defense. Among those honored were social worker Ishika Shelar, pilot Gargi Thakur, and entrepreneur Rajshree Jadhav. Maharashtra’s Minister for Women and Child Development, Aditi Tatkare, was also honored with a special Navdurga Award.

The proposed program, initiated by Police Superintendent Somanath Gharge, with appreciation extended by Assistant Police Commissioner Atul Zhende, also received support from Sahaj Seva Foundation. Other awardees included devotion expert Swarali Kondvilkar, businesswoman Rajshree Jadhav, lawyer Geeta Mhatre, and pilot Gargi Thakur, among others.

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