Holding a steering wheel or revving a motorbike doesn't just give women the ability to drive but also gives them much needed control over their lives! Our revolutionary initiative aims to empower women to be independent by offering them two and three wheeler training and thus opening up a world of possibilities for them.
MOWO is committed to its mission of utilising mobility as a means of creating a more equal and free society for women. By rethinking mobility for women, by giving them access to safe transport and feeling safe outside it is our hope to transform our culture.
Organise motivational talks and workshops to boost confidence among women and encourage them to pick up mobility as a skill.
Conduct thoughtfully designed two and three wheeler training programmes for women above 18 years of age.
Assist women trainees in preparing for driver’s license tests conducted by RTO’s and also facilitate them in taking the written and driving test.
The undervalued and unearthed economic impact of women in the mobility workforce needs attention.There are very few research papers published on mobility for women which inhibits informed choices and promotes inherent biases. Foundation strives to mine data on the challenges faced by women participating in the mobility sector, elevating their voices to the right corridors of policy makers and giant corporations in the mobility and logistics sector.
The undervalued and unearthed economic impact of women in the mobility workforce needs attention.
A bad experience of falling over had impaired Vijay’s confidence to ride. With MOWO she not only found steady ground, but also the wings to take off and win the road. Who said you can’t be a student at the age of 42? Vijay Laxmi had an A+ performance right from basic training to safety drills to being one with the wheels.
Spandana has a triple major in Psychology, Journalism, and Literature. She combines all her superpowers to work with women. Her simple act of picking up a two-wheeler set many wonderful things in motion. Confidence started to ride pillion and she was unstoppable. This feeling paved a new purpose for Spandana - to train and enable as many women with driving so that they experience the same freedom she does.
Spandana - Trainer at MOWO
‘I was afraid I’d fall but my trainer at MOWO told me to leave our fears at home before coming to learn’ and Sandhya never looked back and took to driving like a mission. Sandhya is the first generation woman in her family to learn and buy a scooty. It saves her time and money. Most importantly she loves her independence!.
Sandhya -School Teacher
At 59, Nagamani chose to learn how to ride a two wheeler. Followed the entire process from learning the basics to taking the computer test, applied for her learners license and now she is riding like a boss! Now this we call is the social transformation of moving women!.
At MOWO we are working towards securing more funding to support our work. Your contribution can go towards supporting women to embark towards their journey of self-reliance. A contribution of Rs. 2000/- supports the training cost of one woman.Donate
Your first two-wheeler vehicle is one of the most beautiful memories from your past and could now become a powerful tool to help many women find their means of empowerment and livelihood. You can donate your vehicle to us, which will be part of our fleet that could help several other women.Contact us
We are a small team, our volunteers aid us in several on-ground initiatives to support our effort and strongly believe in what we do. We love meeting new people, and always welcome new ideas. Get in touch with us if you wish to discuss how you could volunteer with MOWO.Contact us
Dr. Sai Daayana is passionate about raising awareness and knowledge regarding cancer prevention. She dedicates a lot of her time promoting well-being amongst women of all age groups through talks, workshops, and health camps.
Chairperson Indian Women Network (CII), South 2017-18 and Board Member of the WWF (AP and Telangana), Vanitha Datla is a businesswoman with varied experience in the Financial Services, Insurance Services, Power, Instrumentation & BPO services in the USA and India.
A child rights activist who has relentlessly been fighting for the rights of children, particularly girls and is instrumental in bringing about changes in the law for Prohibition of Child Marriages. She also is the Executive Board Member of Bharosa, an initiative of Telangana Police
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