Women have long suffered social and economic discrimination. We work toward changing the mindset of communities to accept women as equal and to empower women themselves to take on greater roles in their communities
Socio-economic development and health are so closely intertwined that it is impossible to achieve one without the other. Health cannot be looked at in isolation; but can be addressed only through a combination of efforts.
Development can be enhanced by ensuring the entire community participates in its decision-making process. Using a participatory approach toward the vocational and skill development of communities, we can ensure their sustainable development.