Supporting Girls  Education in Nepal

BREAKING DOWN THE BARRIERS TO EDUCATION FOR Girls

 
 
 
 
 2017 Solukhumbu Girls Dorm group

2017 Solukhumbu Girls Dorm group

Girls Higher Education

An educated woman’s household is more likely to prosper as a result of a higher overall income. Just one extra year of secondary education can increase a woman’s income as much as 25% a year. By participating in the labour market, an educated woman helps boost economic productivity, leading to greater wealth for her community.

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 Hope Home girls at breakfast

Hope Home girls at breakfast

Himalayan Hope Home

The Small World founded the Himalayan Hope Home in Kathmandu as a child protection center and to serve as a preventative strategy for at risk children. 

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 First Graduate group from Proud to be a Girl

First Graduate group from Proud to be a Girl

Proud to be a Girl

Being born a girl in a developing country like Nepal is challenging as girls face discrimination and are held back in every step of life but at The Small World we strongly believe that if we could only provide girls an educational opportunity she will feel proud to be born a girl.

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 Weaving for Empowerment 

Weaving for Empowerment 

Women's Empowerment

This program was established with the intent to teach women marketable skills, to help them become economically independent, to keep traditional Nepali weaving alive, and to serve as an inspiration for other women to join them with hope and promise for their future. 

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