In Nepal, Due to a pervasive lack of female empowerment and an acute absence of overall awareness and skills to earn livelihood. ETSC-Nepal aims to enhance poor and highly marginalized vulnerable Janajati, Dalit women such as trafficking survivals, HIV/AIDS and sold to forced labor. Support through providing awareness, training, exposure for small business and materials. As a result the community will ensure long term continuity of skills implementation for earning good and respective livelihood
Nepal is facing an enormous dilemma regarding the phenomenon of girls and women trafficking, representing a major crisis in the country, especially as the threat of AIDS is spreading in the Himalayan kingdom. Defined as the enticement or abduction of women and girls into prostitution.Every year number of girls and women trafficked range between 40,000 to 172,000 with underage of eight to twenty. The largest number come from the districts of Makwanpur, Kavre, Sindhupalchowk and Nuwakot.
The organization empowers vulnerable women with skills and materials support to earn living through providing awareness, training and exposure for small business i.e. kitchen garden, aggro-farming, tailoring, Goat rising. These supports create a responsible society by strengthening women's role through active participation in various social engagements and improve the economic condition of women as well as of a community by creating different income generating activities.
Women community will have developed capacity through various types of training, education, facilitation, advocacy and livelihood business options. As a result the community will ensure long term continuity of the program. The program will be recruiting and mobilizing local women groups for the implementation. They effectively address theirs needs with an ability to mobilize the local resources. They will have organized capacity to sustain process further to build empowered women community.
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