We also believe that high inequality, manifested in a large proportion of population having poor health, nutrition, and education have also seriously impacted to cause less labour productivity and slower economic growth. It is therefore our commitment that more equitable distribution of income may also act as a material and phycological incentive to widespread public participation in the development process.
We have undertaken to implement a comprehensive empowerment programme to unlock the potentials of the poor rural/urban women seeking employment in the ME. We would provide them with opportunities to switch into alternative livelihoods, with handholding support in financial, technical, advisory, counselling on micro and small-scale ventures, agriculture, fisheries, cottage industries, handlooms etc. We would also ensure implementation of Special Social protection schemes meant for the purpose of securing and strengthening women-headed families and units burdened with differently abled and mentally retarded members as well. We firmly believe that enabling the women to transform their livelihoods and wellbeing of their family unit, through knowledge and capacity building will lead to shape their children’s future successfully, while by inculcating morality, ethics and values in them.
Making an economically free and prosperous, socially inclusive, culturally tolerant and integrated, politically sound and democratic, equality to everybody in every respect and before law, rule of law and accountability, environmentally caring and sustainable, scientifically and technologically innovative and advanced, internationally mutually respected and reciprocal, enabling all the citizens to live in peace, harmony, with self-dignity and free from any fears, with love, compassion and spiritual awakening.