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SHGs need constant monitoring
Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy on Monday emphasised that constant monitoring was required for achieving further success in the women Self-Help...
Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy on Monday emphasised that constant monitoring was required for achieving further success in the women Self-Help Group (SGH) movement, despite the fact that the state remained role model in the implementation of the programme in the country
The Chief Minister released the book Man in the hat� Biography of Shoaib Sultan Khan, one of the pioneers of social mobilization and participatory rural development programmes in Pakistan, written by Australian author Noel Cossins, here at Secretariat on Monday.
Speaking on the occasion, he said "The will of the people was that they should help themselves and this principle had literally changed the movement and reached its peak. Even after reaching this stage, continuous monitoring and fine-tuning is necessary for the movement to make further progress."
He further added that the hard-work put in by officials, staff, and stakeholders has the brought movement to its present stage. "The biography of Shoaib Sultan Khan will be the guiding force for all our officers to take up welfare programmes like the Indira Kranthi Padham," he said.