• Although Rajasthan’s infant mortality rate (IMR) has reduced significantly since 2014, but its IMR of 38 deaths per 1000 live births, as of 2017, is still higher than the national average of 33
  • According to the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR), Rajasthan has recorded a 20% reduction in child marriages, but it still ranks among the top 12 states where prevalence of child marriage is very high. According to reports, the pandemic has given rise to child marraiges again.

The seven points of empowerment are as follows:

  • Safe Motherhood
  • Reduction in IMR
  • Population Stabilization
  • Prevention of Child marriages
  • Retention of girls in schools at least up to class X
  • Provide safety to create secure Environment for women
  • Economic Empowerment of Women by providing opportunities of self-employment through SHGs