More than 30 lakh neighborhood group members have participated in Kudumbashree's 'Thirike School' campaign, which has created new movements in the field of women's empowerment. A total of 30,21,317 people participated on different days. Out of 3,14,557 NHGs across the state, 2,97,559 NHGs have already participated in the campaign.
According to the figures till 26 November 2023, Thiruvananthapuram district had the highest number of participants. 3,33,968 women participated in the training in Thiruvananthapuram district on various dates. Palakkad (3,28, 350) and Malappuram (3,17,899) districts came in the second and third positions respectively. Wayanad district which has only 27 CDSs has 99.25 % NHG participation. Out of the total 1,24,647 NHG members in Wayanad, 1,04,277 participated in the campaign. Kasaragod district which has only 42 CDSs also has better participation. Out of the total 1,80,789 NHG members 1,29,476 participated in the campaign.
The aim is to provide training to 46 lakh women in the NHG network by involving the remaining 16 lakh members by 10 December 2023. As part of this, all the participants who are yet to participate in the campaign from each CDS will be made part of the campaign during the next four holidays. For this, State-District-CDS level activities have been intensified.
'Back to School' is the campaign launched with the aim of empowering the Kudumbashree organizational system, by providing training to 46 lakh Kudumbashree members in the state. Training is conducted on holidays in selected schools. As per the current decision, the campaign will come to an end on 10 December 2023.
Kudumbashree's 'Back to school' Campaign a big hit; More than 30 lakh women participated in the training