WOSCC Est: 1992 AD

 Man Maya Lopchan     Wage Labour to Entrepreneur     Community Learning and Action Center (CLAC)     Training on NRM groups on Governance, Biodiversity Conservation and GESI      Orientation program for women about law and rights based approach     Paralegal support and awarness     Strengthening Role of PVSE Women      Different training relating to the income generating activities     Capacitating Skill and Awareness     Conduction of Reflect Centre     Empowering Women in the Churia Area   
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Women Skill Creation Centre (WOSCC)
Women Skill Creation Centre (WOSCC), Makwanpur, Hetauda
Women Skill Creation Centre (WOSCC) is a non-profit making, non- governmental, non-religious and non-political organization (NGO) established in 1993 in Hetauda, Nepal. It is registered in District Administration Office, Inland Tax Office, and NGO Federation in Makawanpur and affiliated with Social Welfare Council (SWC) in 1996. It is established with few committed women activists who like to change women socio-economic, political, cultural position in the Nepalese society after the restoration of democracy in Nepal.
Vision / Mission
To make aware, creative, self governed, equitable and esteem society.
To empower women, children and disadvantaged groups of society on social, economic, cultural and political aspects for the improvement of human rights, social justice and environment conservation.
To ensure women human rights and improved impact group's livelihoods through natural resources management, institutional building and human resources development; and enable them to make an equitable society.
Our Projects

Equality and Justice for Women

With the support of Open Society Foundation (OSF) Women Skill Creation Centre (WOSCC) has been implementing the project since 2011 for promoting women justice and advocacy.

Makawanpur Livelihood Recovery Project

The Women Skill Creation Center (WOSCC) and OXFAM Nepal lunch Makwanpur Livelihood Recovery Project (MLRP) with aim to increase the income and food security of the earthquake affected families in the target communities by re-building their livelihoods, in other words to ‘Build Back Better Sustainable Livelihood’.
What is Happening?
Community Learning and Action Center (CLAC)
The Community learning and Action Centers (CLACs) which are community level platforms where community members come together and collectively discuss on their rights and responsibilities.
Training on NRM groups on Governance, Biodiversity Conservation and GESI
Hariyo Ban Program/WOSCC conducted training on NRM groups on Governance, biodiversity conservation and GESI was conducted at Churiyamai VDC-1 Banel Dhap on 25th April to 27th April 2013.

President Message

Success Story
Man Maya Lopchan
Ms. Manmaya Lopchan, a daughter of Mr. Arjun Lopchan resident of Hetauda municipality -11. She has 11 family members in her home. While see was studying in grade 3, a broker was come in her house, during that time she was 13 yrs old.
Wage Labour to Entrepreneur
Sumitra was born in 1965 in Ramechhap a hill district of Nepal. She got married with Mr. Ganesh Basnet in Ramechhap when she was 18 yrs old. She has 3 sons; Purushotam, Puskar and Pujan are 11, 9 and 7 yrs old respectively.






Women Skill Creation Centre

Province 3,
Hetauda- 4, Makwanpur, Nepal
Tel: 057-525115, 057-524221

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