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Federation of Woman Entrepreneurs Associations of Nepal (FWEAN) is a non profit organization aiming at representing the collective efforts of Women Entrepreneurs in the economic progress of the nation and decision making at national and international levels.

FWEAN is the central body of WEAN established in 1989 and looks at establishing subsidiary WEAN chapters in all 74 districts of Nepal thus involving 10% of the 500,000 self employed women (MSMEs). Based in Kathmandu, FWEAN is a focal point for interaction not only with the government, but also the various national and international women's organizations.

 

The Federation ultimately seeks to redefine the perspective of women entrepreneurship – from contribution to economic growth and poverty alleviation towards participation of women at all levels in the socio economic sectors.

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Bank Account Detail:
Nepal Investment Bank Limited
Putalisadak, Kathmandu
A/C Name: FWEAN
A/c Number: 01205030110261
A/C Type: Current
Pan Number: 301934592
Swift Code: NIBLNPKT

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On Friday 26th May, two FWEAN board members, Mrs Ananda Shova Tamrakar and Mrs Basanti Pradhan, visited Sunaulo Gadeule Mall Samuka Group, in Bhardeu.

It was a perfect occasion for a councelling session regarding the following subjects: market linkage, packaging and businesses' registration.

This group is specialized in vermicompost production and brings together 11 women's members. They received the support of the POWER "Promotion of Women's Economic, Social and Cultural Rights" project from LWF (Lutheran World Federation) and FCA (Finn Church Aid) which aims to:

  • Increased women's access to and control over land and capital
  • Increased income through employment opportunities for women and girls
  • Improved women's economic, social and cultural rights through enhancement of capacities of local government bodies and community organizations
  • We also realized afew videos to obtain members' testimonies about the benefits of vermicompost production for them and their families.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     



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