Why Women Must Co-Lead Nepal

The potential for young women to be a strong force for change in Nepal is huge, but their voices, and experience remain marginalized in the democratic process.

Women LEAD’s LEAD Course alumni pose for the photo.

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Announcing the Sujata Baskota Changemaker Grant

In July 2016, the Women LEAD family mourned the heartbreaking loss of 2012 LEADer Sujata Baskota. Today, on what would have been her 22nd birthday, we are proud to announce the creation of the Sujata Baskota Changemaker Grant.

2012 LEADer Sujata Baskota played a key role in Women LEAD’s post-earthquake relief project in April 2015. (Photo: FIT)

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Leadership Institute Diaries: A Look Inside the First Day

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.

2016 LEADers Sabina (left) and Shweta (right) get to know each other and ask each other why they wanted to join Women LEAD.

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Women LEAD Conducts Its First Out-Of-Valley Program in Chitwan!

Women LEAD ran a week-long Intercultural Leadership Workshop in Chitwan. This is the first time that Women LEAD led a leadership training for young women outside of the Kathmandu Valley.

Participants of the Intercultural Leadership Workshop in Chitwan, Nepal pose for a photo on their final day together.

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