The 123 Project, funded by GET-P Korea (Gender Equality Training Platform), has been implemented by NEEDS Nepal in a slum area since 2019. Its primary objective is to address poverty, unemployment, and illiteracy through sustainable livelihood and quality education. The project aims to increase the income generation of mothers living in the slum area through professional sewing training. By addressing livelihood and education issues, the project aims to improve the overall well-being of the community.
The aim of this initiative is to provide quality education to children living in slum areas and to empower their parents with skills that will make them self-sufficient and self-reliant within the community. By doing so, it is hoped that a brighter future can be created for these children and their families.
The main objectives of this project are to address poverty, unemployment, and illiteracy in slum areas by providing sustainable livelihoods and quality education. One of the specific goals is to increase the income generation of mothers in these areas by offering professional vocational training (Sewing & Bakery). By equipping individuals with the proper skills through vocational training, the aim is to enable them to lead self-sufficient lives and thrive in their communities.
|Thematic Area||Education and Economy Development|
|Project Name||123 Project|
|Funded By||Gender Equality Training Platform (GET-P), Korea|
|Implementing Partner||National Environment and equity Development Society (NEEDS Nepal)|
|Geographical Coverage||Bhimdatta Municipality-18, Slum Community, Kanchanpur|
|Objectives||• To reduce poverty, unemployment and illiteracy through sustainable livelihood and quality education. • To increase income generation of mother in slum area through professional vocational (sewing, Bakery) training. • To equipped and give proper skills by livelihood / Vocational training and able to survive their lives.|
|Target Groups||Slum Community|
|Duration||1st November 2020 to 31st October 2023|
National Environment and Equity Development Society Nepal
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