The Women Development Society and Embassy of Australia worked on Pap Smear (Pap Test) for more than 200 women at Ichangu village. Here is the photo from the past event. The Ambassador of Australia Her Excellency Susan Grace was inaugurating the event.
We believe that young women and girls hold great potential in all fields. Check out this video on the Coder Girls project to see how the Women’s Development Society (WODES) in partnership with Naya works to increase their inclusion, leadership and innovation in the fields of science and technology!
Over the past few years WODES has collaborated with Naya to inspire girls into technological fields. Our collaboration and support from international organizations such as Global Fund for Women has resulted in two very successful Coder Girls sessions that taught girls the basics of computer programming. This year we decided to take our efforts a little further to introduce girls to robotics. In the joint collaboration of Naya, Women Development Society (WODES), SOS Kinderdörfer Weltweit...
On behalf of the Women Development Society in collaboration with Ban Landmines Campaign Nepal, we would like to wish humans of all races, ethnicities, religions, nationalities, socio-economic statuses, and sexualities a joyous, reflective, and engaging International Women’s Day 2018!
Today in Kathmandu, streets were filled with rallies, minds were filled with drive, and hearts were filled with passion. Worldwide, social media platforms were positively overwhelmed with eclectic narratives while faces were radiating with hope, conversations with...
Programmable robotic systems are becoming an important part of industrial developments. Not only are the robots being used to carry out different errands, they are also being developed to sense changes in their surroundings and respond accordingly.
Students, researchers and professionals around the world are doing enormous amounts of work to further the domain of robotics. From rescue operations to industrial operations, bots are slowly becoming an integral part of human life. In a country like...
Women empowerment means giving access to an income to ALL women! That is why Women Development Society and Women Entrepreneurs cordially invite you to visit their stall (#96) during the 15th Handicraft Exhibition, organized by the Federation of Handicraft Association of Nepal.
The exhibition will take place at Brikuti Mandap in Kathmandu from the 17 to 21 of November 2017 and will be open from 10am to 5pm. Please join us to support women empowerment in Nepal!
Your support can make a big difference in the life of Nepalese women.