All posts tagged: "WCS"

  1. Empowering Women

    “I earn nearly Nrs 22,000 from one harvest of tomatoes. This additional income helps me support the education of my son and other four children, save some money, and improve my family’s overall economic status,” says Vishnu Maya Tamang from Bhardeau. With the majority of Bhardeau’s men working abroad these days,…

  2. Invest in Women, Invest in Society

      Rangjung Yeshe Shenpen, with the support from Chance for Nepal (UK), have been helping with skills development training through the Women’s Cooperative Society (WCS) for the past nine years. There are four days training package designed by WCS  and provide day to day practical knowledge about different topics of…

  3. The Success Story of Nirmala Lamichane

    The Women’s Cooperative Society (WCS) has been providing training for the past nine years to its members. The micro finance program empowers women and lifts the living standards of underprivileged women. WCS achieves this by providing low cost loans to its members with minimum interest. Recently, during one of their training…

  4. Off Seasonal vegetables farming in Bhardeau

    This year, our partner, WCS, has provided off-seasonal vegetable farming training to the members at Bhardeau (26th June to 29th June).  There were 28 women participants. Instructors were Sanjeev Dhungel and Ram Mahato who jointly facilitated the training. They divided the training into theoretical and practical sessions so that the participants…

  5. Elementary Vegetables Training at Jarshing Pauwa

    Introduction: Jarshing ‘Pauwa’, located approximately 25 kilometers from Kathmandu, is one of the most scenic spots near Kathmandu and is renowned for its spectacular view of the Himalayas and famous tea garden. I was excited about this trip as it was was going to be my first one to Jarshing,…

  6. 2016 at Shenpen Skills Training — Empowering Nepali women by offering skills training

    SHENPEN Skills Training is proud to say that through our partner, the Women’s Cooperative Society (WCS), and with the financial support of C.H.A.N.C.E for Nepal (UK), SHENPEN Skills Training sponsors an average of eight farming skills training a year and reaches out to 185 women every year. Shenpen first began supporting WCS in…

  7. Digging for Success

    Women living in developing countries like Nepal have to struggle a lot to prove their competency. It is also true for Srijana Lama (Thapa) age 35 from Thankot. She was one of the participants in vegetable farming training organized by Women Cooperative Society (W.C.S.) and supported by Shenpen and C.H.A.N.C.E for…

  8. Shenpen Annual Newsletter – a Review of 2015

    There is a review in photos and texts of the year 2015 in Nepal. Hope you will enjoy reading Shenpen’s latest Newsletter.     You can also read Shenpen’s Winter Newsletter in pdf on our website: http://www.shenpennepal.org/newsletters/