Talking to the women and gathering information before starting the project in Chyangsar, it quickly became clear what women wanted: among other things, it was important for them to learn to write and read. They wanted to be able to sign themselves in elections and on official documents and not give their fingerprints. Now the first literacy courses take place, even in the new training hall! (Thanks to Networker for Humanity, among others, for the funding of the hall) Soon, the women can also write down information about growing vegetables and look up in the planned Library. The training and courses are funded by FairStyria.