Shoemaking Training for Women

In January, the Women and Children Ministry from the Nepali Government inaugurated a three-month shoemaking training for the women at Women’s Safe Haven. This initiative will include training for the women as well as the staff by professional shoe makers.

The Nepali Government will provide financial assistance to the beneficiaries who will be part of the training program. We are excited to have the government now on board in our efforts to help women in their healing and restoration journey.

After a little more than two months, the women have learned how to make professional shoes, sandals, and wedding slippers.

   

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