State Fisheries Federation Chairman Pittala Ravindar has urged women to participate in the fisheries sector and achieve economic empowerment. On Monday, he conducted a meeting with women fisherfolk from Gokaram village in Yadadri district at the Fisheries Building in Hyderabad. During the event, he stated that women aged 18 to 60 years should enroll as members of the society. He also emphasized the need for promoting the export of fish products to foreign countries. The newly formed Women’s Fisheries Cooperative Society in Gokaram village submitted their registration confirmation letter to the committee leaders.
Ravindar further explained the importance of women’s participation in the fisheries industry and highlighted how it can contribute to their socio-economic development. He encouraged women to actively engage in fishing activities, including production, processing, and marketing. By participating in these sectors, women can generate income and improve their overall livelihoods. The chairman also assured support from the Fisheries Federation in terms of providing training, financial assistance, and market linkages for women interested in the fisheries sector.
The meeting concluded with a discussion on various schemes and initiatives introduced by the government to promote the welfare of women in the fisheries industry. Ravindar highlighted the importance of availing these schemes and urged women to take advantage of the opportunities provided. He emphasized that women’s active involvement would not only benefit them individually but also contribute to the overall growth of the fisheries sector in the state.
In conclusion, Chairman Pittala Ravindar’s meeting with women fisherfolk aimed to encourage their participation in the fisheries sector and promote their economic empowerment. The event discussed various aspects of the industry and highlighted the opportunities available for women. The chairman assured support from the Fisheries Federation and emphasized the importance of availing government schemes to enhance women’s welfare in the fisheries sector.