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Educational Programme

The Stree Welfare Foundation is committed to promoting education for women and girls in our community through our Women's Education Program. Our program is focused on providing women with the necessary tools, resources, and support to access quality education, as we believe that education is the key to empowering women and creating a more just and equitable society.

Our Women's Education Program includes a variety of initiatives, including scholarships, mentorship programs, and skills training. We offer scholarships to girls who are unable to afford their education, enabling them to access quality education and pursue their dreams. Our mentorship programs provide guidance and support to young women as they navigate their educational journey, providing them with role models and mentors who can help them overcome obstacles and achieve their goals.

In addition, our program offers skills training programs that enable women to develop new skills and become financially independent. Our vocational training programs provide women with the necessary skills to start their own businesses or work in non-traditional fields. We also offer computer literacy and digital skills training, which are essential in today's digital age.

We also recognize the importance of early childhood education and work to promote early childhood development and education. We believe that providing young girls with quality education in their formative years can have a profound impact on their lives and set them up for future success.

Through our Women's Education Program, we aim to break down the barriers that prevent women from accessing education and promote gender equality in education. We also work to raise awareness about the importance of education for women and girls and advocate for policies and laws that promote women's education.

Overall, our Women's Education Program is a vital aspect of our work at the Stree Welfare Foundation. We believe that education is a fundamental right for all and that by promoting women's education, we can empower women to become active participants in their communities and create a more just and equitable society for all.