Women can be empowered through supporting their sense of self-worth, their freedom to make their own decisions, and their right to have an impact on social change for both themselves and other people. In addition to guaranteeing women's equality, the Constitution gives the State the authority to implement measures that positively discriminate in favour of women. The goal of women's equality now faces additional obstacles due to globalisation, the effects of which on gender have not yet been thoroughly assessed. The faster women's self-reliance and empowerment take place in society, the faster that society will advance as a whole. Following the same line of reasoning, Abhilasha Foundation helped more than 1355 socially marginalised and neglected women.
Women in India are taught at an early age that they are less than males. The women are instructed to rely on the male role models in their lives. Because of how deeply ingrained these patriarchal and misogynistic attitudes are women stop caring about the assault. Many women are forced to suffer in silence due to lack of knowledge, lack of awareness, and fear of societal shame. Only 14% of women who reported being assaulted activity sought assistance the rest of them suffered silently. Your contribution will empower them to live a happy life. We are creating a network of women who want to change their life and enter the workforce. Finding the best female talent pool, enabling a female workforce through skill building initiatives with partner organisations and generating job possibilities through corporate relationships. Giving millions of Indian women the chance to build our country and in turn themselves and their families is a significant step towards empowering women.
Abhilasha Foundation offers livelihood training to disadvantaged and socially excluded women. They receive counselling for the societal shame, discrimination, and trauma they have experienced throughout their lives, which enables them to lead regular lives. Abhilasha Foundation has begun to empower women by providing them with various training programmes for revenue generation, such as mattress making, beautician, mehandi designing, candle making and decorative diyas etc.