We are working a remote area of Gorkha with limited access to education. While supporting many students for education we are more focus on providing good education support to girls so that they can contribute their family, society and country in economy also. Traditional gender roles and cultural attitudes discriminate against girls, and as a result, they have limited access to education. We tried to break this through our support to empower girls through education support.
We had implementation our activities in below two segments to cover our support in education to girls:
Empowerment of women is essential for achieving gender equality and sustainable development. However, in many developing countries, women still face significant barriers to equal participation in agricultural activities. This is particularly true in rural areas, where traditional gender roles and limited access to education and resources can limit women’s opportunities in agriculture.
Provide training in bee farming: Provide training to women in bee farming to help them develop the knowledge and skills they need to start their own beekeeping business.