In this present study, an attempt is made to explain the relationship between Women and NGOs, SHGs, Self-Employment, Social Development, Economic Development and Micro Finance. It is no doubt true that micro finance has phenomenal growth in recent year in Assam, it is happening due to play better role by NGOs and SHGs, where a large number of women members are engaged. Women have higher unemployment then men. So women are engaged in NGOs & SHGs and thus they self-employed. While developmental NGOs vary greatly in size and helping people and benefiting society. International and national NGOs support large-scale activities ranging from social welfare to environmental and political advocacy. NGOs at the local level provide services that include commodity organization, health, education, welfare support, small financial intermediation and environmental production NGOs help to improve people live through skills training and other livelihood programs NGOs prepare and implemented developmental projects and work to strengthen local institutional capabilities and promote community self reliance. NGOs funding comes through donations, government assistance and a variety of other same. Now, more than 700 SHGs of Dimoria are able to provide loans to others as the Banks. So, SHGs of Dimoria are known as Mini Bank.
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