Since 2016, Wise Woman Project has partnered with the Nepali community, working on projects of capacity building, income generation, and emergency relief.
The aim of Wise Woman Project is to connect people who value wisdom, generosity, and positive action. Through this connection, we work together to provide resources, training, and opportunities for Nepali women and families.
Women have been great pioneers in the areas of community, enterprise and creativity. Nepal, in particular, is unique with a vibrant culture, mountainous terrain, developing infrastructure, and economic growth. The weather, terrain, and gender-based barriers are some of the challenges Nepali women and families may encounter.
Currently, Wise Woman Project is working together with the Nepali community to address these challenges through the following projects:
- Tailor shops
- Animal husbandry
- Education and nutrition sponsorship
- Emergency food and medical relief
- Health and hygiene training
- Drug, alcohol, and mental health seminars
- Faith-based conferences
The projects provide Nepali woman with a safe space to speak, defend the vulnerable and invest in their future. Now is your time to join with your sisters, friends, and families to speak, defend, and invest.
To support current projects – email Sarah via our contact page
To purchase Sarah’s latest book, “You Can’t Ride a Yak”, email Sarah at
1 x book $24 (to include standard post within Australia $31)
Extra copies happily sent with postage arrangements.