Sprout Women Empowerment Trust (SWET) is a women led organization established in 2018. SWET aims to address socio-economic challenges that women and girls are facing in acquiring opportunities to learn, access resources for business and personal growth.
The organization also focuses on women’s participation in governance and leadership processes with the aim to develop the community whilst nurturing the environment both in peri urban and rural vulnerable spaces through trainings, advocacy and awareness raising.
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A society where women and girls realize their full potential as key stakeholders /actors in entrepreneurship, leadership and community development.
To advance women and girls’ human rights awareness and economic development through providing spaces where they gain practical life skills in business, leadership and environment sustainability. completely different range of processes and tools. DevOps is already known to boast of an agile development methodology. Now when the inputs of the security experts I’ll be brought in a collaborative environment, the project will have an array of effective security safeguards.
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To create hubs for women and girls to learn practical skills essential for business and personal growth
To raise awareness on the effects of climate change and introduce mitigation measures at individual and household level
To provide Income opportunities and social safety nets and reduce women and girls’ vulnerability.
Rights and Leadership
To intensify awareness on the rights of women and girls and support them to participate in governance and leadership processes in their communities.
To enhance access to nutritious food and diversified food sources and reduce the impacts of disturbances in food supply within families caused by hunger and poverty.
To develop and strengthen partnerships and networks with other service providers, governmental institutions, structures and/or agencies to combat poverty and the discrimination of women and girls.
Wy We Exist
Women and girls often carry the heaviest burden of poverty by virtue of their reproductive roles and/or household division of labor. Economic reforms have intensified their workloads by increasing their participation in formal and informal labor markets as well as shiftingthe burden of the care and economy to them.
As a result, in our communities, we experience long-standing inequalities in the gender distribution of economic and financial resources which has placed women at a disadvantage relative to men in their capability to participate in, contribute to and benefit from broader processes of development.
Despite considerable progress on many aspects of women’s economic empowerment through increases in educational attainment and share of paid work, deeply entrenched inequality persists as a result of discriminatory norms and practices, and the pace of change has been slow and uneven across regions. Women continue to be absent from key decision-making forums shaping the allocation of economic and financial resources and opportunities, which further perpetuates gender inequality.
Sprout Women Empowerment Trust was established to create spaces for women both in peri urban and rural areas to learn skills and acquire knowledge to participate fully in the economic growth and governance of their communities.
The organization applies a people centered approach such that our programming is based on the priorities and goals defined by the women themselves and supports their own livelihoods strategies. The approach allows us to build on people’s strengths in order to ensure the sustainability of our interventions.