Livelihoods with dignity for women

Women on wheels

The Women on Wheels programme empowers resource poor women to become professional drivers to enable them to gain remunerative ‘livelihoods with dignity’...

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Programme impact

‘The best part of being a trained driver is being seen as being equal to a man. Driving is seen as a man’s job and women are not trusted to do it. But my friends know about it and agree that it is a very ...

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Stories of courage

Why women decide to join the Women on Wheels programme? What challenges they need to overcome and what impact the programme has on their lives?

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Latest News

  • Friday 21 November 2014
    Steering through the gender barrier

    A Delhi-based NGO is training women to be chauffeurs but finding them jobs requires getting[..]

  • Friday 21 November 2014
    The Indian Express

    Your movements are being tracked. Sounds ominous? But then it’s all for a good cause.[..]

  • Friday 21 November 2014
    Tribeca Film Institute

    Our first Storytelling Innovation Lab with Mozilla took place May 13-17 under the Tribeca Hacks[..]

  • Friday 21 November 2014
    The Times of India

    Satya Kashyap (38) loves driving but what keeps her on the road at night is[..]

  • Friday 21 November 2014
    Bolega India

    The bollywood diva Sri Devi was recently in the capital to inaugurate the third edition[..]

  • Thursday 18 December 2014
    Daily Bhaskar

    A recent fund-raising exhibition attended by Bollywood actor, Sridevi turned out to be a pleasant[..]

  • Thursday 18 December 2014
    The Nation

    Chandni elegantly steers her white taxi cab through New Delhi's snarled traffic. She slips past[..]

  • Thursday 18 December 2014
    Russian Radio

    All-women taxi service is becoming popular in the Indian capital in the wake of last[..]

  • Thursday 18 December 2014
    Social Enterprise Buzz

    A great wave of anger swept over India since the rape and murder of a[..]

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  • Madhu V Jayakumar


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