A series of constructive activities that began with the organisation of the rural women power through the anti-liquor campaign in Shivaganga-Gunjawani river valleys of Pune district. A network of  320 Self-Help Groups (SHGs) of 5777 women across 65 villages. Guidance to the rural women through establishment of a local body called ‘Jijamata Prabodhan Kendra’. Personality development, health, self-employment and leadership training programmes for rural women across all age groups through the ‘shabd te shakti’ (Expression to Empowerment) project. Training of 125 Aanganwadi workers for quality improvement in Child Development. Health projects and training of health workers (aarogya prabodhikas) for the health of rural mothers and babies in 25 villages. Noteworthy contribution alongwith government administration in making the Velhe taluka free from malnutrition