With a focus on adolescent anaemia, the SABLA scheme aims to enhance the nutritional condition and general health of teenage girls in seven West Bengal districts. Additionally, the Scheme gives them vocational skill sets and life skills education, as well as pertinent knowledge, awareness, and information. Girls who are currently in school and receiving Kanyashree are eligible for the SABLA yojana. The goal of the Sabla program is to empower adolescent girls (AGsz).
This system has a wide range of goals, all of which are directly related to the well-being and development of women. The foremost goal of the Sabala Scheme is to empower women. As a result, the goal of all of the Schemes is to ensure that women are not malnourished owing to poverty or other factors. The Sabala Scheme aims to raise women’s health and sexual knowledge beginning in youth. Overall, the goal of this scheme is to remove inequality in society.
– Empowering young females to have more productive lives. – Focusing on overall well-being by addressing nutrition and non-nutrition needs – Promoting skill development to help teenage girls self-sufficient. – Upgrading their existing skills and partnering with the National Skill Development Programme. – Taking advantage of Anganwadis, schools, and panchayat structures to reach every vulnerable girl
– The girl must be a permanent resident of West Bengal. – The girl’s age must be in between 11 to 14 years and the 15 to 18 years – The girl’s age must be in between 11 to 14 years and 15 to 18 yearsor the scheme. – The girl has to be enrolled in classes. Teenage girls who are not studying in any school are ineligible for this scheme.
– Age Proof – Aadhar Card – Qualification Proof – Passport size Photo
– The AGs should visit the Anganwadi Centre/Anganwadi Medical Officer/Ministry of Labour, depending on the services provided to the beneficiaries. – Now, collect the application form from the appropriate office and fill it out carefully in the approved format. – After that, submit the form and the authority will send it for verification. – Next, the supervisor will keep the correct AG records at the AWC, and collate and report according to the guidelines.
SABLA Scheme implementation is carried out through the ICDS infrastructure. The Anganwadi Centers will serve as the main hubs for the provision of the program’s services. The nutritional provision at Rs.5 per day Iron Folic Acid (IFA) Supplementation Health check-up and referral services Nutritional and Health Education (NHE) Life Skill Education Vocational Training using NSDP