Health Services

Even though they make up a large portion of India's labour and significantly contribute to its GDP, informal workers are frequently mistreated and exploited. Women in this socially and economically disadvantaged group experience a double disadvantage as a result of social, cultural, and educational hurdles that are specific to gender.

Families who are unable to fulfil minimal material and financial criteria are meant to be supported and protected by welfare systems, social security, and health programmes. However, many of these programmes fail to reach their target clients because of structural problems like illiteracy, ignorance, immobility, corruption, and cost. SAMT makes sure that women working in the informal sector are treated fairly and equally while providing social security and health care. It accomplishes this by depending on systems for the diffusion of knowledge, raising public awareness, and providing services.