Our Beliefs

Women empowerment is vital for every society. Why? There is a huge demand for women’s encouragement to live their lives more freely, have a higher self-esteem and exercise their equal rights. Every woman has the right to realize her full potential and achieve financial independence in a more egalitarian world. We believe that with the proper education, tools and action this world is possible. Poverty often affects women the most, and its effects on them and their families can be long-lasting. Therefore, addressing women’s needs is central to improving the quality of life for not only that woman but also her family, future generations and her community. In fact, recognizing the significant role of women in economic development is the smart thing to do, as well as being socially and morally right. We believe that achieving gender equality is imperative to developing a sustainable and just world for all, which is possible by acknowledging the crucial role that women play in the world economy. We believe that by building up a woman’s agency and knowledge, better synergies between gender equality and economic sustainability are realized, enabling her to generate a long-term impact in both her private and public life. Women empowerment means giving women the rights to live freely and do what they love without any limits. When women are empowered good things happen to both an individual household and the whole world.

why is women's empowerment important?

Women empowerment is vital for every society. Why? There is a huge demand for women’s encouragement to live their lives more freely, have a higher self-esteem and exercise their equal rights. Every woman has the right to realize her full potential and achieve financial independence in a more egalitarian world. We believe that with the proper education, tools and action this world is possible. Poverty often affects women the most, and its effects on them and their families can be long-lasting. Therefore, addressing women’s needs is central to improving the quality of life for not only that woman but also her family, future generations and her community. In fact, recognizing the significant role of women in economic development is the smart thing to do, as well as being socially and morally right. We believe that achieving gender equality is imperative to developing a sustainable and just world for all, which is possible by acknowledging the crucial role that women play in the world economy. We believe that by building up a woman’s agency and knowledge, better synergies between gender equality and economic sustainability are realized, enabling her to generate a long-term impact in both her private and public life. Women empowerment means giving women the rights to live freely and do what they love without any limits. When women are empowered good things happen to both an individual household and the whole world.

how can we empower women?

Today, most women are empowered and have a lot of things going on for them. They have become educated, enlightened, opened up their own businesses, become successful and accomplished a lot of other amazing things.  But all that doesn’t mean she’s stopped doing what the society has always expected her to. She’s still getting married, bearing children, taking care of the family and running a home too. To do all these, she requires strength and motivation as the going might get tough sometimes.

Model

Soft Skills-Based Model;​ Soft skills training programs, and activities occur through partnerships with institutions. They include schools, colleges, universities, corporate offices, public and private sectors. All training programmes are prepared according to the need based analysis done at the respective institutions and on the basis of the capacity and calibre of the trainees.

Program Services

Group Mentoring and Soft Skills Training at educational institutions that focus on character education, positive self-identity, career and academic preparation, and other relevant topics. Support groups that address individual`s personal and family issues. Access to opportunities – such as trips to museums, colleges, and other settings – that broaden their knowledge of themselves and the world. Trainees` Participation in empowerment programs, STEM conferences, and workshops and leadership training promoting entrepreneurship, career and workforce readiness. Capacity building programmes for the public sector; e.g, Lawyers, Judges, Doctors, Teachers, community workers. Capacity building & Team building training in the corporate sector. Collaboration with other nonprofit organizations. Opportunities to network with successful women for role modeling.