Scheme For Adolescent Girls (SAG)


  • Scheme For Adolescent Girls (SAG) by the Ministry of Women & Child Development
  • Aimed at empowering out-of-school adolescent girls and improving their health, nutrition, and hygiene status
  • To support their transition back to formal schooling or bridge learning/skill training and upgrade their home-based and life skills


  • Ministry of Women & Child Development
  • Implemented through the platform of Anganwadi Services of Umbrella ICDS Scheme via Anganwadi Centers (AWCs)

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  • To enable the self-development and empowerment of out-of-school adolescent girls
  • To improve the nutritional, health, and hygiene status of girls
  • To provide information/guidance about existing public services such as health centers, post offices, banks, etc.


  • Nutrition Component:
    • Take Home Ration or Hot Cooked Meal for out-of-school girls with nutrition provision of ₹ 9.50 per day (600 calories; 18‐20 gram of protein and recommended daily intake of micronutrients per day for 300 days in a year.)
    • Inclusive of the cost of micronutrient fortification
  • Non-Nutrition Component:
    • IFA supplementation
    • Health check-up and referral services
    • Nutrition & Health Education (NHE)
    • Counseling/Guidance on family welfare, ARSH, and child care practices
    • Life Skill Education and accessing public services


  • Female applicants
  • Age between 11 and 14 years

Implementation Strategy:

  • Implemented through Anganwadi Centers (AWCs) under the Umbrella ICDS Scheme
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