Based on the discussions and analysis at Sanghams women have given priority to education for themselves, their children and adolescents-with special emphasis on girls. These have led to the development of different interventions.
Sanghams have prioritised health as being their fundamental right. This was the outcome of discussions on their health status and the lack of access to health delivery systems. Bringing traditional health practices in to action and evolution of Sanghams as pressure group for community health are their priorities.
Women in Governance
As embodied in the 73rd Constitutional Amendment, Sanghams have also identified that women’s political representation is essential in the process of empowerment. Women's active participation in micro level governance is seen as the empowering factor.
Natural Resource & Asset Building
Enabling women to get Access to productive Resources. Regenerating Natural Resources and Sustainable Livelihoods are the issues identified for strategic and collective action.
Social and Gender Equity Issues
During the process of mobilisation and reflection on the status of women, an oppressive social environment and unjust social practices were identified as being the major causes for disempowerment of women. Sanghams have begun their processes of action for enabling creation of conducive environment for social and gender equality.