Tajikistan Delegation in Kerala to study about Kudumbashree Updated On 2017-12-16
Tajikistan Delegation is visiting Kerala to study more about Kudumbashree Mission and its activities on 16 December 2017. The 10 membered delegation include Ms.Jamilya Saidova, Deputy Minister of Agriculture Tajakistan, Mr.Abubakr Inomov, Minister of Justice,Tajikistan and other senior officials from various departments. Studying the Kudumbashree model of poverty alleviation, the delegation will spend in Kerala till 22 December 2017.
The delegation will study from the experience of Kudumbashree programme with a view to explore replication of best practices in context of Tajikistan. Based on the interaction with the Kudumbashree officials, they would understand the approach of Kudumbashree Mission towards women empowerment and poverty alleviation in Kerala. They would understand the key elements that has contributed to the scale and sustainability of the programme, the policy environment and the role of support institutions that had contributed to the growth of Kudumbashree. The delegation would closely analyze the intervention that Kudumbashree had made in Kerala for the last 20 years.
The delegation will make field visits and will interact with the beneficiaries who had harvested success through Kudumbashree Mission. They will also discuss the scope of replicating Kudumbashree model in Tajikistan context.
History of Kudumbashree Mission, it's organisational structure, the projects of Kudumbashree Mission etc will be explained to the delegation in detail. Daily field visits are also arranged as part of their visit.
A 26 membered team from Afghanistan, Mangolia, Malavi, Kenya, Mozambia and Liberia had visited Kudumbashree during last March. As part of this, Kudumbashree was invited to Uganda for giving training and a team from Kudumbashree had visited Uganda and gave training on 'Entrepreneurial development on agricultural sector' among rural women.
The delegation include other officials Ms Azimova Mahbuba, Deputy Chairperson for Committee of Women and Family Affairs, Tajikistan, Ms Zulfiya Kurbonova, Head of Department on Women rights and empowerment, Presidential Apparatus, Tajikistan, Ms Zebo Sharifova, Executive Director of League of Women Lawyers of Tajikistan, Ms Mohru Makhmudova, Advisor, GIZ TRIGGER (Towards Rural Inclusive Growth and Economic Resilience ). The team also include the officials from Tajikistan chapter of Oxfam, the international confederation of charitable organizations focused on the alleviation of global poverty, Mr. Seyed Faiz Hayat, Economic Justice Programme Manager, Economic Justice Programme, Tajikistan, Mr Farhod Khalikov, Economic Justice Deputy programme Manager, Tajikistan, Ms. Masuda Saidova, Co-ordinator, GEM programme, Tajikistan and Ms. Safamo Gulomova, GEM Program Officer.