Who We Are

Mahila Arthik Vikas Mahamandal

Mahila Arthik Vikas Mahamandal (MAVIM) is the State Women’s Dvelopment Corporation of Government of Maharashtra, established on the 24th February,1975 on the occasion of Inernational Women’s year. MAVIM has been declared as a Nodal agency by Government of Maharashtra on 20th January 2003 to implement various women empowement program through Self Help Groups (SHGs).

Mission of MAVIM
The mission of the corporation is “To bring about gender justice and equality for women, investing in human capital and the capacity building of women, thus making them economically and socially empowered and enabling them to access sustainable livelihoods.”

Goal
To establish social, economic and political justice for women thought for Sustainable Development.

Objectives

  • To organize women through Self Help Group
  • To build the overall capacities of women
  • To enhance self confidence amongst women
  • Entrepreneurial development of women
  • To synchronize employment opportunities & market linkages
  • To promote women’s initiative for equal opportunities, prosperrity & participation in governance.
  • To build grassroots institutions over SHGs as a way forward to sustainable development.

 


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Features of the functioning of MAVIM

  • To perform as a state level nodal agency to implement various women empowerment schemes aides by the central & state government.
  • To converge with concerned departments of government, financial institutions, NGOs & self help groups to meet the demands.

MAVIM at a Glance

Particulars No.
Total Districts 34
Total Cities 52
Total villages 11326
Total VLCs 8851
Total CMRC 310
SHGs (Tejaswini + CAIM + MSRLM + Minority) 97301
Total Members (Tejaswini + CAIM + MSRLM + Minority) 1181804
Total Savings Rs.406.57 Cr.
SHGs linked with banks 72990
Amount mobilised through bank Rs.1495 Cr.
Total women elected in PRI 28099
Total Drugery Reduction Model 4776
Total members benefited through convergence 3.63 Lac
Total women literate due to project interventions 100622
Total villages covered in Nirmal Bharat Swacchata Abhiyan 12611
Total Micro Livelihood Plans (MLPs) operationalised 3036
Total members of MLP 74658

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