In Jumla, altogether 63 women are working as RAP3 members in different groups of SMG, RMG and CTEVT Internship. The Certificate of Achievement was awarded to the following five nominees.
Miss Janmaya Bohara, in recognition of her contribution of defying stereotypes, who has used her wages from RAP3 to support a family of four and volunteered to work for women’s health and care.
Miss Tara Kathayat, in recognition of her contribution to challenging social norms, by educating her two sons in Kathmandu.
Miss Suman Buda, in recognition of her contribution to Inspired/Energized communities. She sells Unilever products and has encouraged other women to participate in income generation activities.
Miss Pabita Bista, in recognition of her contribution of Achieved academic success, who worked as a CTEVT Intern at RAP3 after completing her course in Diploma in Civil Engineering.
Miss Sampurna Buda, in recognition of her contribution to leadership, who has started a new hotel and lodge and aiming to grow her business bigger.