STATE RESOURCE CENTRE FOR WOMEN (SRCW) – 2018
State Resource Centre for Women (SRCW) hi kum 2013 khan Mizoram ah din tan a ni a, hmeichhiate hmasawnna leh chawikanna lama thawk tura din a ni. Office dang ang bawkin Sawrkar kum tawp leh kum thar inkarah kan hmalak dan tur ‘Annual Action Plan’ siam thin a ni a, kan hmalak dan tlangpuite chu a hnuaiah hian tarlan a ni. Heng kan hmalakna tarlanah te hian rawtna emaw, thurawn emaw, thawhpui tura sawmna emaw kan Action Plan siam hun lai (March leh April thla) hian kan dawng thei reng a ni.
- Seminar: Seminar buatsaih thin a ni a, a thupui – ah pawh hmeichhiate tana tangkai tur leh hmasawnna lam hawi hman thin a ni, Seminar ah hian Dan lam thiam te, Police experience nei tha tak tak te, Pathian thu lama mi thiam te leh Zirna lama mi thiam bik te thusawi tura sawm thin an ni a, anni hian thu tha tak tak leh zirtirna hlawk thlak tak tak te rawn pe in kal khawmte tan a hlawk thei em em a ni. Nikum October ni 4 pawh khan Synod Conference Centre ah MZU- Women’s Study Centre te nen tangkawpinMipa leh Hmeichhiate Intluktlanna leh Hmeichhiate tih hmasawnna lam hawi seminar buatsaih a ni.
- Training: Training hi chi hnihin kalpui thin a ni a, pakhat chu ‘Skill Development’ lam hawi niin, a dang leh chu ‘Awareness’ lampang a ni ve thung a. Skill development bikah hian tih bik nei hran lovin, kum tira Annual Plan-a kan rel angin kalpui thin a ni. Hemi avang hian kum tinin kan thil kalpui hi a inang thin lo a ni. Entirnan, kum hmasa lamah Puanthui zirna buatsaih a ni a, kumin ah erawh chuan Puanthui zirna hun hi kan siam tawh rih dawn lo a ni.
- Research Studies: Kum tinin Research – Hmeichhiate dinhmun zir chianna kan nei bawk thin a, heta tan hian thlur bing hrang hrang neiin hmun hrang hranga hmeichhiate dinhmun zirchianna neih thin a ni.
- Annual Magazine: SRCW hian Annual Magazine kum 2015 – 2016 atang khan kan buatsaih ve thin a, hmeichhiate hmasawnna tur leh hamthatna tur lam hawi Article te tihchhuah a ni thin a ni. Hemi a chhuah tur hian mithiamte Article min ziah sak tur in kan sawm thin bakah Article Writing Competition te kan buatsaih thin a ni. Heng atanga thu ziak lo lut te hi kan Annual Magazine ah hian tih chhuah theih tura ruahman a ni.
- IEC Materials: Booklets, Bookmarks leh Leaflets hrang hrang kan siam a, an thilsiam te hi a remchanna apiangah leh programme neihna apiangah te sem thin a ni a, a duh tan SRCW Office ah lak mai theih in kan dah reng bawk a ni.
Awareness hi Self Help Group lam tih larna leh zirtirna bakah Legal Rights lampang in zirtirna zawnga kalpui a ni tlangpui. Resource person turin, kan programme neih tur a zira mi thiam bikte sawm thin an ni a, anni hian training an rawn pe thin a ni .
Research kan neih tawh thenkhatte chu:
- Women in the Market
- Economic Status of Migrant Women in Mizoram
- Women in Mizoram : A Situational Analysis te an ni.
Tin, tun hnai khan (2018) State Research Committee din a ni a, anni hian Research chungchangah chuan thu tawp an nei tawh dawn a ni.
Thu ziak lama tuimi te tan, engtiklai pawhin kan Annual Magazine-a chhuah tur thuziak thawh theih reng a ni.
SRCW hi Sorkar Department dangte nen tangkawpa (convergence), hma la tura ruahman a nih angin hma kan lak dawn reng rengin kan hmalakna tur lam hawi department te biak rawn thin an ni a, anni nen tangkawpin a remchan dan angin hma kan la thin a ni, kan kalphung leh nih phungte hrechiang duh leh hriat belh duh tan Office hun chhungin biak theih reng kan ni e.
Mahila Shakti Kendra (MSK) Scheme
The Government of India has approved a new scheme, Mahila Shakti Kendra to empower rural women through community participation and to create an environment in which they realize their full potential.
Under MSK, District Level Centre for Women (DLCW- MSK) and Block Level Centre for Women (BLCW- MSK) will be set up in phased manner to provide support and collect information on Government programmes, schemes and services meant for women empowerment (including BBBP, OSC, WHL, MPV, Swadhar, Ujjawala, etc.).
MSK will provide an interface for rural women to approach the government for availing their entitlements and also empowering them through training and capacity building.
At the state level, technical support on issues related to women is being provided through State Resource Centre for Women (SRCW) functional under the respective State Government. SRCWs are meant to facilitate implementation of all women centric schemes and programmes of the government, including the district and block level component of MSK Scheme.
Strategy: Women empowerment is multi-dimensional and the services provided under MSK will build upon by leveraging available resources of variety of schemes/programmes of the government at the district/block level. Student volunteers will cater to awareness about government schemes/ programs, training and capacity building forempowerment of rural women through block level intervention. They will provide an interface for rural women to approach the government for availing their entitlements. Accordingly, mechanisms at national, state, district and block level have been provided under the Scheme.The scheme will be implemented through the State Government /UT Administration.
Mizoram: In Mizoram, during 1st phase, MSK Scheme will be implemented in two Districts namely, Champhai and Siaha District and initiatives have been taken. The DLCW-MSK will be placed at the Deputy Commissioner’s Office and will be guided by District Task Force headed by the Deputy Commissioner. The DLCW-MSK will act as a link between the local administration, State Governments and Ministry of Women and Child Development.
Under the Scheme, BLCW-MSK will be implemented in 115 Districts (as identified by Niti Ayog) and in Mizoram, only Mamit District (to be covered in the next phase) is identified.
Under this BLCW-MSK, schools and college students will be encouraged to volunteer and act as an “agent of change”. These student volunteers will play an instrumental role in awareness generation regarding various important government schemes/ programmes as well as social issue and association with NSS/NCC cadre students will also be an option
MAHILA POLICE VOLUNTEERS (MPVs)
Police plays a pivotal role for the safety and security of the citizens and with the increase in crime against women, the Government of India carried forward the initiative to give 33% reservation to women in the police force and increased emphasis on gender sensitivity of police force through training programmes, performance appraisal, women police stations to tackle crime against women. However, women who are victim of violence or harassment do not find it easy to approach the police or other authorities for getting help or support. Therefore, the Government of India envisaged the engagement / nomination of Mahila Police Volunteers (MPVs) who will act as a link between police and the community and facilitate the women in distress.
Vision: MPVs are envisaged as empowered, responsible, socially aware women for fostering leadership in local settings to facilitate police outreach on gender concerns. They will be an interface between the society and police.
Objectives: An MPV will serve as a public-police interface in order to fight crime against women. The broad mandate of MPVs is to report incidences of violence against women such as domestic violence, child marriage, dowry harassment and violence faced by women in public spaces. She will act as a role model for the community. An MPV is an honorary position.
MPVs are envisaged as empowered, responsible, socially aware women for fostering leadership in local settings to facilitate police outreach on gender concerns and will act as a role model for the community. An MPV is an honorary/ voluntary position who will serve as a public-police interface in order to fight crime against women. The broad mandate of MPVs is to report incidences of violence against women such as domestic violence, child marriage, dowry harassment and violence faced by women in public spaces.
In Mizoram, the scheme will be implemented in Aizawl District and Lunglei District. Selection and monitoring of MPVs is to be done by the Superintendent of Police (SP) of the respective districts and the selection of 299 MPVs is still under progress. It is expected to function in the near future.
Office Address :
State Resource Centre for Women (SRCW)
C. Lalchhuma Building, H/ No: L - 1/ E
Near Social Welfare Directorate
- Phone No: 0389 – 2392348
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org