Why Women Empowerment

Nav Astitva Foundation (NAF) strongly believes in the empowerment of women and girls, as they play a critical role in shaping the future of society. Women and girls are often the most vulnerable and marginalized members of society, and they face significant challenges in accessing basic services like healthcare, education, and employment. NAF recognizes that empowering women is not just a matter of justice and equality, but it is also a key factor in reducing poverty and promoting sustainable development. By working on Women's Empowerment, NAF aims to provide women and girls with the tools, resources, and support they need to lead healthy and productive lives, and realize their full potential. Through various programs like literacy programs, skill-based training, and marketing guidance, NAF helps women and girls gain access to education, healthcare, and employment opportunities, and provides them with the support they need to overcome social, economic, and cultural barriers. By empowering women and girls, NAF is building a more equitable and sustainable future for all.

What we do in Women Empowerment

Nav Astitva Foundation (NAF) has made significant contributions toward women's empowerment through various initiatives and programs. The organization has taken various steps to promote and support women in various fields and aspects of life. In terms of economic empowerment, NAF has generated employment opportunities for women through the production and selling of Acchar, Bari, and Papad. This not only provides financial stability but also builds self-confidence and independence among women.

NAF has also provided skill-based training programs like Stitching Training and Home Food Making. These programs aim to provide women with practical skills and knowledge that can be used to start their own businesses or become self-sufficient. The foundation also focuses on the health and hygiene aspect of women's empowerment.

Some Key facts

NAF's Impact in Empowering Women and Communities

1 Lac+

sanitry absorbant distributed to women and adolecents

4 Lac+

People have been served nutritional food at only Rs. 5 under the Project "Sai ki Rasoi"


Sanitary pad banks opened


Sanitary vending machines installed


MHM awareness sessions conducted in schools

6 Lac+

women and adolescents approched on MHM awareness

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