Economic Empowerment of Low Literacy Women for Social Change and Entrepreneurship in Low Income Urban Communities

This project revolves around developing a community based, women-centered, and sustainable social entrepreneurship model that promotes women-focused economic empowerment in low income urban settlement and improve reproductive and preventive health outcomes for women and their families such as 100% immunization coverage, 40% contraceptive prevalence and reducing diarrheal illnesses by 25%. RADS will take the responsibility to train 20 low educated local women to become social entrepreneurs and positive role models in their communities. The Project will take place at UC5, UC 6 and UC 8 of Dhok Hassu.

Economic Empowerment of Low Literacy Women for Social Change and Entrepreneurship in Low Income Urban Communities

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