Empowering women and improving their work's efficiency is critical for reducing poverty.
McAbbAS Foundation focused on the following activities:
• Rural transformation is not possible without an inclusive process involving women and youths.
• Rural communities can also be helped through access to knowledge that will improve productivity in their work, health practices, and enable them to learn about their environment. A large number of innovations in farm practices, tool design, and use of indigenous medication do not diffuse beyond local boundaries because of the isolation of rural communities.
• Another way of empowering rural people is by mounting training programs to build skills that are in short supply can generate rural employment opportunities.
• Emancipation of women, especially in socio-economic terms, is an essential pre-requisite for economic development and social welfare;
• Empowering women and improving their work efficiency is critical for reducing poverty. As food scarcity and poverty contribute to widespread malnutrition among children, this results in chronic, unmanaged illness and parental deaths – further aggravating household food security and making children more vulnerable;
• Works with the households of poor women by empowering them through training in income-generation activities so as to promote financial independence as members of the community;
• Empower them with the knowledge that will enable them to gain basic and advanced skills. Our approach includes raising awareness and providing training, workshops, counseling, and access to education and information technology.
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McAbbAS Foundation is a neutral charity organization – non-governmental, non-profitable that established in 2020