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The Organisation formed 25 self-help groups in the rural villages near Bagalur, to empower the poor women socially and economically.  There are 480 members (families) in these 25 self-help groups. These SHG groups are all connected with productive activities whether on-farm or off farm, and as a result these groups are strong and viable, and the improvement in their living conditions has meant that their members have achieved empowerment in real sense.  Women’s self-help groups, when linked with the productive activities, make a huge difference in the living conditions of the household.