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It occupies second place after cancer of oral cavity in the present study. It mentioned that malnutrition of children in Mulbagal district was rampant. Mulbagal, was but a km. Iyer's mind was made up. He arrived in Honnsetthalli in Mulbagal taluk, a despondent village 8 km. Rao, who is now the Executive Director of Grama Vikas recalls, "Folks here lazed and slept most of the time and rarely washed. There were lunges at agriculture whenever the rare rains collected in the silted-up tanks. The local leader was Motappa, renowned for his nose that smelt weddings from miles away; Motappa then galvanised his villagers and they raced off in bullock carts to crash into the feasts.

For them this was 'life'. Iyer set up home here, observed and plotted. He was no bleeding heart snot-wiper but a cunning planner. The situation required some formalism, not ad hoc intervention. He began to recruit a team. The first to come on board was Rao, from the backwoods of Andhra Pradesh. They were ready to back the man. Armed with assured support, Iyer put out advertisements in papers for rare new jobs in social work. And audaciously, he wanted girls for those jobs! What is more astounding than that - remember, it was the late seventies- is the fact there were tens of responses from girls all over Karnataka.

Pause for a moment here to re-examine your cliches about backward India. Would it send teenaged middle class girls into deprived rural areas? Iyer began work in 7 villages, deputing 2 girls to each. His road-map was simple and clear: Men were peripheral to his plans. The girls stayed in the assigned villages, ran creches [Balwadis], fed the children with carefully cooked balanced meals and instructed the women in child care. They also began to meticulously survey the neighborhood to map population mix, problems, opportunities and resources.

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Within a year Grama Vikas had earned the women's trust and Iyer shifted gear. After pujas there was group singing. When this had gone on for a while, [with the men looking on intrigued, from a distance], the meetings slowly began to be converted into discussion groups. What did they want to do? Would they repay the loan amounts? The women were stunned. Would they really be given Web cames Yes, said Iyer and disbursed Rs. Woman adult date in kolar were to buy sheep and rear them commercially. With the first profits Iyer insisted that each of the women buy a saree for herself. From Bangalore, a huge lot was brought for the women to select from.

For many of them it was the first 'new' saree of their lives. They were shrill with delight and close to tears. The rest will fall in place," was his game plan. Evangelists in bright sarees: The buzz that began then spread far and wide. Between andwomen from the original 7 villages fanned out dressed in bright sarees and singing specially created songs, to persuade women to start SHGs to better themselves. They told them of loans available, opportunities, rights, importance of child care, environment, education and health. Friday evening women's clubs or Sanghas or SHGs sprung up everywhere. The membership of women swelled from the original 76 to over organised into SHGs.

Small loans were sponsored, creches spread to over a villages, and employees of Grama Vikas rose to over 50 to nurse the new SHGs. Grama Vikas began to inform the SHGs of the schemes and resources the government had announced for their benefit. It urged them to rise and demand these as a right. They were taught the ways of the banks and government departments. They were taken on trips to see these for themselves. How does one apply, how to follow up and what were their duties? The world of women of Mulbagal began to widen and glow. Iyer began to ponder the issue of sustainability. Grama Vikas had to slowly disengage and let the women run the activities themselves.

He organised a conference of all SHGs at which they spontaneously declared themselves a Okkuta or a Federation. They elected a President, a Secretary and a Treasurer. Each SHG agreed to pay Rs. Grama Vikas transferred to the Okkuta a corpus fund of Rs. Grama Vikas was now merely to advise the Okkuta from behind the scenes and intervene only when necessary. The development work had progressed from the child to the woman and now turned to the environment. Mulbagal district was totally dependant on rain for all its needs. The taluk has over tanks, which had over the years fallen into disuse for want of maintenance. Iyer was convinced that the economy of the villages can be self sustaining only if the tanks were revived.


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