Aasaman Nepal (ASN) has been implementing Sisters for Sisters’ Education project in 24 Local Government of four districts of Nepal – Dhading, Parsa, Lamjung and Surkhet, targeting marginalized adolescent girls that envision transition from basic to secondary education, and secondary to upper secondary and they continue education or empowered with a sustainable livelihood. After the successful and impactful implementation of the first phase of Sisters for Sisters’ education project, which was implemented from 2013 to 2018, Aasaman Nepal is currently implementing the second phase of Sisters for Sisters’ Education Project from 2017. Our primary beneficiaries are equipped with skills, bolstered by strong learning outcomes that improve employability, enhanced confidence and self-esteem to act as leaders, and enabled them to influence and control their own sexual and reproductive health rights (SRHR).
- 2000 Teacher
- 9150 in-school girls
- 320 Big Sister
- 1280 Little Sister
- To improve access to quality education along the education continuum
- To enhance confidence and self-esteem of in school girls
- To enable girls to influence and control their own sexual and reproductive health rights