The Empowerment Of Women.
Our NGOs have a significant role to play, alongside governments, in improving the status of women. Solar Association is a platform for a community that works to spur social change by training young activists in the field of solar Swami Vivekananda, one of the greatest sons of India, quoted that, “There is no chance for the welfare of the world unless the condition of women is improved, It is not possible for a bird to fly on only one wing. ”In the process of empowerment women should consider their strengths and weakness opportunities and threats and move forward to unfold their own potential to achieve their goals through self-development . in our country empowering women through enterprise development has become an integral part of our development efforts due to three important advantage entrepreneurs , economic growth an social stability . The most important step ending poverty is to create employment and income opportunities in women’s. providing the opportunity for women to become solar entrepreneurs. Solar Association deliberately focus on women because not only are they overlooked in terms of economic opportunity, but they are also the primary drivers of technology adaptation in the household – by intentionally reaching out to women, we create economic opportunity and create employment as well provides women with business training and technical skills they need to make their micro-business thrive As they grow in their skills and confidence, they become change agents in their communities, sharing their skills and knowledge and becoming ‘evangelists’ for the new technology. The key to our success is combining the women’s social capital with financial capital to create a distribution network for renewable technology solutions.
To enhance the socio-economic status of young, underprivileged women by empowering them with self-confidence and the required skills to enable them to become independent and contribute to family and society.empowerment of women and achievement of equality between women and men as partners and beneficiaries of development,