Adult local female please apply

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My childhood was spent in Chandrauta, Kapilvastu with three siblings. Being the eldest daughter in the family, I was expected to become more responsible in handling household activities to look after younger siblings. I never got a chance to attend school. I was married at an early age and now I am a mother of three. However, I would like to call myself lucky.

Unlike many other women in my community, my husband and children supported and encouraged me to the adult literacy program nearby.

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Please tell us how you came to be involved in politics. Not actually. But, I always felt that a woman should have a voice. My husband always supported me. If you had asked me this question three years ago, I would have been speechless. Now, after working as an elected representative, I know that politics is important for organizing resources i. I think politics in the local government system is able, credible and transparent than the unitary government system.

At least we could do ificant work with this amount. But I wonder where all these resources money went before the federal government. To be a successful female leader, one needs confidence, empathy and support from the family. When you believe in yourself, the world believes in you. When I started leading a women's group, I truly believed in myself and people started noticing me.

One has to understand others. Another important thing is the support of your family. If my family members had not played a supportive role, I would not have been in this place. Confidence is a herculean task for any woman because of our socio-cultural context. We are taught to play a subservient role from our childhood.

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Though I was involved in an adult literacy program, women's groups, speaking in the crowd of males and the male-dominated community was difficult and embarrassing. I always suspected I was being judged and misinterpreted. In spite of the oddity, I overcame my fear after being an elected representative. I was invited and involved in various activities, programs, and training organized from the federal to the local level.

This structured me inside out. I became financially strong too. I built good networks and it eased my workload. Gradually, my roles and responsibilities transformed me into a different person. And I have a voice now.

I think education and politics are interrelated. Most importantly, basic education is very essential for an ER. For me, the three-month adult literacy programme led me to my success. If I was not literate, the party would not have approached me for the election. Likewise, one with a good education in our executive committee can easily cheat us if we are not literate enough. If I was not an ER, I would have continued my involvements in different women-led organizations and agriculture.

I want to emphasize especially on girls' education and the role of women leadership. Education gives you a voice. A voice that is so loud and powerful. It develops decision-making capabilities in you. It can also make you economically, socio-culturally and politically empowered to acknowledge your rights and responsibilities.

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What do you think of the local government system? My family plays a supportive role.

Adult local female please apply

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