Empowering Women through Social Entrepreneurship

Welcome to our comunity, where we are excited to introduce you to an inspiring project initiative called WeCare. In a country like India, where poverty and gender inequality persist, WeCare aims to empower economically disadvantaged women through the transformative power of social entrepreneurship. Join us on this journey as we explore how WeCare is making a positive impact on the lives of these remarkable women.

Empowering Women through Entrepreneurship: WeCare believes that social entrepreneurship can be a powerful tool for lifting women out of poverty and empowering them to become self-sufficient. Through this project, women are given the opportunity to start their own businesses, becoming financially independent and able to support themselves and their families.

Training and Skill Development: WeCare understands that providing women with the necessary skills and knowledge is essential for their success. Through comprehensive training programs, women are equipped with the tools they need to start their entrepreneurial journey. These programs cover a wide range of areas, such as business planning, financial management, marketing, and product development.

Access to Microloans: To overcome the financial barriers faced by these women, WeCare provides access to microloans. These small loans here allow women to invest in their businesses, purchase equipment, and

expand their operations. WeCare works closely with local financial institutions to ensure that these microloans are easily accessible and come with flexible repayment terms, tailored to the needs of the women entrepreneurs. By providing this financial support, WeCare is not only empowering women but also fostering economic growth in their communities.

Mentorship and Guidance: WeCare understands that starting a business can be challenging, especially for women who may face additional societal barriers. That's why WeCare pairs each woman entrepreneur with a dedicated mentor who provides ongoing support and guidance. These mentors, with their wealth of experience in entrepreneurship, serve as a source of inspiration, offering advice, and helping the women navigate through the challenges they may encounter on their entrepreneurial journey.

Building a Supportive Community: WeCare believes that a supportive community is crucial for fostering the success of these women entrepreneurs. Through regular networking events, workshops, and peer-to-peer learning sessions, WeCare creates a platform where women can connect, learn from one another, and share their experiences. This community not only provides emotional support but also opens doors to collaboration and new opportunities.

Celebrating Success Stories: WeCare celebrates the achievements and success stories of the women entrepreneurs it supports. By highlighting these inspiring stories through social media, blogs, and local media outlets

WeCare aims to inspire others and showcase the potential of social entrepreneurship to uplift communities. These success stories serve as a testament to the impact that empowering women can have on their lives and the wider society.

Measuring Impact and Sustainability: WeCare is committed to ensuring the long-term sustainability of its initiatives. To measure the impact of the project, WeCare conducts regular assessments and evaluations, monitoring the progress of the women entrepreneurs and the growth of their businesses. By analyzing the data collected, WeCare can identify areas for improvement and make necessary adjustments to maximize the positive outcomes.

Expanding Horizons: WeCare's vision extends beyond empowering a few women in a specific region. The project aims to expand its reach and impact across different parts of India. By collaborating with local organizations, government bodies, and international partners, WeCare strives to create a network of support that can empower women throughout the country. Through these partnerships and collaborations, WeCare envisions creating an ecosystem that fosters social entrepreneurship, economic growth, and gender equality.

How Can You Get Involved? WeCare understands the importance of collective action and welcomes the support of individuals who share their vision. Whether through volunteering, mentorship opportunities, or financial contributions, there are various ways for individuals to get involved and make a difference.  DONATE Here



WECARE India is a SocEnt project that empowers women through social entrepreneurship, skills development and education. We Care is on a mission to empower families providing tools to women and children who don’t have the access to the same employment, health, and educational opportunities most of us enjoy today. The project is run by our Strategy Director Alexander,  SocEnt project manager Kumar and coordinated by Kamini and Neha.

If you would like to learn more, send us an email: WECARE@gwse.org


Meet The WeCare SocEnt Women in STEM India 🇮🇳

The Global Women SocEnt drives coordinated action and change by supporting women in STEAM! By removing barriers to the workplace we can now welcome women to take up jobs that were mostly associated with men. WeCare Women are building bridges and exploring future jobs in STEM.

Join us in using this SocEnt ( social entrepreneurship) approach to women empowerment to drive momentum for the next generation of Global Women Social Entrepreneurs 💖 #wecare

The project is run by our WeCare Team. If you would like to learn more, send us an email: WECARE@gwse.org



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Neha Jha: WeCare Coordinator

Living in Delhi, India, Neha Jha holds Bachelor of Arts and has been working as a Social Worker for past two years. She has been involved in social initiatives such as Hygiene awareness among communities. She believes that using Sanitary Pad Initiative could improve the life of a poor girl and women, motivating her to join "WeCare".






Kamini Jha: WeCare  LEAD Coordinator

Founder  of Kamini Boutique, Kamini helps rural unprivileged women from the village to learn and develop their boutique skills, making them Financially Sustainable with her initiatives. Since it's inception, she has trained over 100+ women. She will not only be instrumental in setting up manufacturing plant, but also lead in scaling up WeCare Project in other cities of India.

If you have any questions about our projects and would like to contact Kamini email: wecare@gwse.org



Meet some of our WECARE Women


GWSE: WeCare Flow Update


Join us in making the case for action across sectors that women belong in STEM!

WeCare Women are making sanitary pads for women by women Now how cool is that?  Let’s match gender equality commitments with actions and financing.

Email us at wecare@gwse.org

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How To Support Us

Thank you to ALL the GWSE  family and friends who support us daily! Email: wecare@gwse.org to learn more about the project. If you would like to support us, please consider making a donation here: Empowerher!

We are our Stories!

We love to hear from you!

We are our stories! Our stories are what make us who we are, they are what shape our families, our careers, and our destiny. We invite you to share some of your wonderful stories and experiences with us on our social media platforms, our blog talk or just drop us an email at empowerher@gwse.org. We respect your privacy and have attached the new era for data protection in the EU document for your information here:  EU data protection rules.

So go ahead and have some fun and listen to some stories and experiences that have been shared by some amazing women. Click here: https://player.fm/series/herstorytoo

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