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? Read the real stories of women who have achieved amazing transformations of their lives.
Being a driver gives me a different sense of pride
Kiran is from Jahangirpuri in North Delhi and works as a private chauffeur in Moolchand. She studied only up to grade 8. She is separated from her husband as she was treated badly by him and her in-laws. She got[...]
Building confidence and becoming driver
My name is Yasmine, and I live in Rani Garden slum in East Delhi. I stopped studying while in class 10 as I had typhoid and I didn’t reappear for my exams afterwards. My mum works as a casual domestic[...]
Through self-determination to liberation
With a very unsettled childhood, Sumana is 24-year-old young lady from Kangra District in Himanchal Pradesh. At only 6 years old, her father left home after many alcoholic disputes, abandoning her brother, sister, and mother. Later at 11 years old,[...]