Stephanie Woollard was 22 when she met seven disabled women working in a tin shed in Kathmandu. These women were struggling to make a living in the face of harsh discrimination, so with her last $200, Steph paid for a trainer to teach the women how to produce products for sale locally and abroad – and Seven Women was born.
12 years later over 5,000 women have been educated, trained and employed by Seven Women, empowering Nepali women and transforming their lives and their communities.
Seven Women are now offering unique adventures …
Their trips allow you to see both the natural beauty of Nepal as well as inside many grassroots organisations that are developing this country and empowering the people of Nepal.
You will gain both knowledge and firsthand experience of what it is like to create real and lasting change in a developing country, all while contributing to the local communities you visit and those in need.
Seven Women are part of the Women Travel Network WomenTravel.info – you can find their tours listed on the Tour calendar on that site
Seven Women are now in a position to invite you to join them with meaningful travel with impact through two tours they offer: