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Seven states show interest in Kerala's Kudumbashree venture

Press Trust Of India  |  Chennai/ Thiruvananthapuram 

Seven states have shown keen interest in partnering with Kerala's poverty eradication mission, Kudumbashree.

It has been successfully implemented by the women-oriented economic empowerment venture in the state.

Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Odisha and Rajasthan are expected to sign MoUs with Kudumbashree in this regard soon. Yesterday, these states showed interest to collaborate with Kerala at the close of the three-day orientation workshop for Community-based (CREST), organised here by the Union Ministry of Rural Development, a Kudumbashree release said today.

The workshop was designed to orient and inform states on Kudumbashree's (MEC) and to discuss plans and modalities for rolling out CREST.

Chhattisgarh representative said his state would give the final word on replicating the model after due discussions with the government.

First Published: Tue, January 10 2012. 00:26 IST