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   


Capacitating Skill and Awareness

The project has become able to strengthen institutional capacity of four partner NGOs as well as enhance awareness level of PVSE women groups.
  • 89 PVSE women groups and 89 men supporting groups have been formed
  • 2103 PVSE women gather and held conduct weekly discussion on their own issues
  • 267 women leaders (aguwa) have been stimulated and mobilized as a Local Resource Persons (LRPs), while 445 men have been established as gender based violence resource person, 267 men on sustainable livelihood, 178 on Disaster Risk Reduction, 190 in policy advocacy and 150 men in para legal counseling support have been mobilized.
  • WOSCC has also provided trainings regarding leadership development and campaign to 150 women group leaders.
  • The training regarding Reflect, Underlying Causes of Poverty Analysis (UCPA), social mobilization, Gender Based Violence (GBV) AND reproductive Health (RH), psychosocial wellbeing, Right Based Approach (RBA), Do No Harm, SEA, Policy Advocacy have been provided to the 50 persons (which involved Program Officer, Community Mobilizer and Local Resource Persons and Board Members) and mobilized as a local resource person in respective VDCs.
  • Five Change Makers and 34 Local Resource Persons have received the information regarding method of livelihood improvement plan preparation, natural resource management, Disaster Risk Reduction, gender based violence and reproductive health.
  • Three hundred PVSE women have received the information regarding Gender Based Violence (GBV) and reproductive health (RH), which substantiate them to identify these issues and initiate a local level advocacy.
  • The groups have become able to organize different development activities like forestation, sanitation campaign, door to door campaign as an awareness medium and campaign to end all kind of violence against women.
  • PVSE women have become capable enough and empowered to claim their rights from health institution, VDC, Soil Conservation Office, District Agricultural Development office, District Forest Office.
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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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