What is women empowerment?

Women empowerment is tomotivate and develop women by promoting their participation in all areas and sectors, to build stronger economies, improve their quality of life and bring gender equality with equal amount of opportunities. It is to help them to take their own decisions by breaking all their personal rules that the society and their family has created for them. It is to make them independent in all aspects from thought, mind, decision, wealth and to bring equality in society.

  • Education:Nelson Mandela had rightly said Education is the most powerful weapon to change the world. Education women will have better position and respect in the society and family, also they can better understand their rights. For eg. A women police officer is More Likely to be more sensitive to women issues, hence can work for their empowerment and safety.
  • Awareness:On female rights and their equality with men can make parents invest more in girl child.
  • Health:Better health, Sanitation facilities and adequate no of hospitals especially in rural areas are essential. For eg. Better sanitation and toilet facility in schools can increase female enrolment ratio.
  • Political empowerment and adequate representation of women. For eg. women is the position of power will not only motivate others but will also work for their rights.
  • Proper law and order enforcement is important for their safety.

Economic empowerment

Investing in women's economic empowerment sets a direct path towards gender equality, poverty eradication and inclusive economic growth. Women make enormous contributions to economies, whether in businesses, on farms, as entrepreneurs or employees, or by doing unpaid care work at home.

But they also remain disproportionately affected by poverty, discrimination and exploitation. Gender discrimination means women often end up in insecure, low-wage jobs, and constitute a small minority of those in senior positions. It curtails access to economic assets such as land and loans. It limits participation in shaping economic and social policies. And, because women perform the bulk of household work, they often have little time left to pursue economic opportunities.


  • Helping girls student to prepare for admission in high school & colleges.

  • Enrolling them for skill development programme.

  • Womem self-employment programme. To do small businesses on their own.

  • Provide them small loan to do small business like making paper bags. Stiching & tailoring workshop. Starting their own pottery making business.

  • Give them training in the kitchen to provide food for school children under Mid day meal scheme.

  • Helping women to manufacture sanitary pads for women and distribute them among poor women free of cost.

  • Projects running under sweekars self-help groups.