NGO for women empowerment

May 20 15:52 2021 Vishal Vekny Print This Article

Do you know their are 72 million children representing 39% of population which can make a huge difference in our society or across the world

Today’s child is the future of India,Guest Posting it’s very important for them to be educated, to have awareness about the world they live in but the harsh truth is that they some of them can’t even write their own name and 50.30 of the students of class fifth can’t even read the text which is meant for first-class isn’t it depressing in India where the population is the second highest across the world we have the ability to shine all over the world but because of orthodox and less awareness India always lead behind especially if we see that on the equality basis.

The not only government there are many NGOs who are also working for the same to provide equality, provide education to a girl child, but Lakshyam is also one of the NGOs who works for empowering women and educating girl child, It is one of the best NGOs who is working and growing very fast as they truly working to improving the society by giving them education and awareness of the society Lakshyam has a special program for a girl child education and women empowerment known as ROOH.

Lakshyam’s Rooh Program tirelessly strives to educate the women of India and empower them with skill training so that they can lead a life with confidence and at par. Lakshyam's ideology behind ROOH program is to think of living with almost no control and freedom over one’s own life as is quite a suffocating state of affairs. Women in India have to endure many ordeals in their day-to-day lives.

For centuries women of all generations have had to struggle to be treated as equals. At present, thousands of women in India are marginalized and poorly treated within society resulting in a lack of the skills and confidence needed to live fulfilled and active lives. Currently, a staggering 245 million women across India are unable to read or write, this severely limits their position and opportunities available to them within society.

That is why Lakshyam – NGO for women empowerment, stepped in to create an impact by changing the lives of women from these backgrounds, by creating the set goals and training sessions to make them self-sustainable in life.

Impact Figure-
Over the years, the program has generated the following impact:
Women & Girls educated on Menstrual Hygiene
Sanitary pads distributed
Women Empowered

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