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TIME IS RUNNING OUT FOR MILLENNIAL NEPALI GIRLS Join the Beyond the Four Walls Movement- We want to double the $5k grant we won from Motorola Mobility Foundation - Girls in Nepal will immediately be impacted by your contributions More ...


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Join the Beyond the Four Walls Movement- We want to duplicate our two grants. Girls in Nepal will immediately be impacted by contributions because we already have the funding to start 2-3 ICT centers: cooperative, for profit, digital job and education hubs. Located in rural Nepal and costing around $1000 per location per year. (Rent, 2 computers, backup power, and wifi).

Read about Beyond the four Walls in recent VentureBeat article.

December 3rd HQ Opening Night Nagarkot

The target impact is providing communication and educational technology resources and opportunities to the 10,000 to 15,000 girls that are most ambitious of the 3.5 million girls age 15-24 in Nepal (out of 30 million total population).

Women in Nepal Statistics:

Gender Inequality Index Rank: 102nd of 148  

Females over 25 with secondary education:  17.9%

Global gender gap index:121st of 136

Primary source of financing:

Currently Motorola Mobility Foundation grant of $5,000 and $2,500 and rising from sales of American Apparel t-shirts that are in a joint-venture for funding our organization through charitable donations based on volume of sales with our logo on each t-shirt.

Websites: (active beta social venture platform). (Watch the Full HD documentary Free).


-$5,000 grant Motorola Mobility Foundation - October 2013.

-Publishing free social documentary 4 years in production - October 11th 2013 - 2nd Day of the Girl:

-1st runner up World Bank, Violence Against Women Hackathon - June 2013.

-2010 Palo Alto Weekly Op-Ed:

-All proceeds Fundraising t-shirt partnership with American Apparel - October 2012:

-various successful crowdfunding campaign totaling upwards of $15,000.

-$10,000 Equipment Grant - Speck Products 2012 - Speck Project Feature:

-California art scholar Alumni, Governors award. Summer 2004

-2004 California State Summer School for the Arts Full Scholarship Award Recipient in San Mateo County Summer 2004:

All students who graduate from CSSSA are designated as California Arts Scholars and awarded a certificate with the great seal of the state of California. In addition, in participating Arts Scholar Network Counties, students attend recognition ceremonies with elected officials, parents, teachers and community leaders to celebrate the honor of selection for CSSSA. The California Arts Scholar designation attests to CSSSA’s importance as an educational institution in California and to the quality of the CSSSA program. (Four-week, pre-professional art training program for talented high school student that is held each summer at the California Institute of the Arts).

Complete Documentary (37 minutes): (The 17 year old girl pictured above got an arranged marriage November 2013).

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Basic+Critical Supporter
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Get the Official project shirt and be a part of this movement.
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Provide 1 Laptop for Girls Empowerment
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It could be used for a group or given to an active participant as a tool to work for the cause and gain strength.
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Open a Tech Hub for Women for 1 year.
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We are committed making ICT (Information Communication Technology) hubs that cost only $1k, an additional $1k (up to $4k) should be available as contingency for each new location. Delivery info: First come first serve, we can currently open 1 center every month if the money is available. I'm aiming for 5 sustainable centers by the end of 2014.
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Permanent Command Center ACTIVATE!
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Build a well stocked headquarter for the movement that will literally be the base for the satellite hubs the project is based on.
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