The Angler Project is an initiative of Human Rights Foundation that focuses on women's empowerment and capacity development, with a particular emphasis on widows and single mothers.
This initiatives aim to provide support, resources, and opportunities to help women in these circumstances improve their lives, gain independence, and build their skills and capabilities. Empowering widows and single mothers can have a positive impact on their economic and social well-being, as well as on the well-being of their families and communities.
The specific activities and programs offered by The Angler Project to achieve these goals depend on our mission and approach. These include vocational training, financial literacy education, mentorship programs, access to healthcare, legal assistance, and more, depending on the needs of the women we are serving.
Empowering and providing capacity development for widows and single mothers can have far-reaching positive effects, not only on the individuals themselves but also on society as a whole, as it contributes to poverty reduction, improved gender equality, and stronger, more resilient communities.