The overall health of a family is deeply rooted to the health of its women, and thereby contributes to the wellbeing of a community. Good health is not merely the absence of disease or infirmity but a state of complete mental, physical, and
societal wellbeing. However, in most societies, the existence of gender inequality leaves women and girls as the most vunrelable section who suffers from poor health.
There are numerous factors which act to hinder the development of a girl to her full potential, and health is one of them. Education and good health are strongly associated, and are important predictors of wellbeing.
We believe that empowering adolescence girls and young women is an ongoing process that makes them feel emotionally strong, confident, and empowered to achieve anything they want. Our empowerment program focuses on multiple aspects including life-skill building, vocational training, career development counselling, ensuring that girls develop a positive sense of self-worth and mental health, and making them competitive and job ready so that they have a sustainable livelihood