The potential for young women to be a strong force for change in Nepal is huge, but their voices remain marginalized in the democratic process.
Women LEAD Co-Founder Claire Naylor talks about the current status of women and girls in Nepal with World Politics Review.
Organizations like our partner, Wedu, provide young women with the support system they need to grow as leaders.
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Women LEAD has been helping girls become aware about their menstrual hygiene and preparing them to help others as well.
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From an aspiring trekking guide to the next Steve Jobs, here are the exceptional young women we chose to join the 2016 LEAD Course.
After selecting 30 exceptional young women from in and around the Kathmandu Valley, Women LEAD kicked off it’s seventh-annual Leadership Institute on International Day of Friendship.
Women LEAD’s new office shows a strengthening of the past — and a look towards the future.
“I want to use trekking as a way to do good,” says 2016 LEADer, Sabina.
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I want to be a leader to help all the young women and girls in my community achieve their dreams,” says 2016 LEADer Pema.
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These were the top 10 stories published by Women LEAD; you can also dive into yearly archives: 2015, 2016.