CDP Grant

  • August 4, 2020

Women Employment Through Sustainable Access to Finance and Skills (WESAF)

  • January 1, 2018

FWEAN and SAHAKARYA Nepal have been jointly implementing “Women Employment through Sustainable Access to Finance and Business Skills (WESAF)” project in Sindhuli district of Nepal in partnership of Finn Church Aid and Women's Bank since 2018. The project covers the geographical areas of different three local government bodies of Sindhuli district (Dudhauli Municipality, Tinpatan Rural Municipality and Kamalamai Municipality) and…

Safety and Opportunity for Women in Asia Project

  • June 15, 2020

This project titled ‘Safety and Opportunity for Women in Asia’ is being implemented by Federation of Woman Entrepreneurs’ Associations of Nepal (FWEAN) as part of the theme: “Accelerating Women’s Economic Advancement and Responding to Gender Based Violence in Asia During the COVID-19 Pandemic” under the grantee ship of The Asia Foundation (TAF)/ The Visa Foundation. This project is targeted for…

Strengthening Access to Finance for Women Entrepreneurs in Nepal

  • August 12, 2020

The Federation of Nepalese Entrepreneurs Nepal has prepared and implemented the project with the support from Center for International Private Enterprises (CIPE) in order to increase the financial access of women entrepreneurs and to address and relieve the problems faced by women entrepreneurs after COVID-19, which entitled “Strengthening Access to Finance for Women Entrepreneurs in Nepal”. The duration of this project…

Promote Decent Work in Informal Micro and Small Homebased Women-Led Enterprises and Facilitate their

  • September 16, 2020

Since 2013, FWEAN has been collaborating with ILO to promote women enterprises in formalization and capacity building starting from Way-out of Informality project and this partnership continued in ILO’s Sustainable Global Supply Chain Project in South Asia.  As part of the work with the project, in 2019, the FWEAN has made some significant progress in terms of registration of new…

Enabling Women Owned Micro, Small and Medium Enterprise Recovery

  • April 10, 2021

It is currently estimated that in Asia, nearly one-third of new small enterprises are being set up by women, and in many cases these businesses are creating employment faster than the countries' domestic averages (Thapa, 2004). In Nepal out of 9,23,353 registered MSME around 27 percentage (2,47,880) are women owned enterprise. Nepal ranks 127 out of 156 countries in the…

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