The local elections in Nepal have led to a significant increase in the representation of women in government. However, the elected women representatives face challenges due to their lack of experience and knowledge about government procedures and systems. They are not fully aware of their roles and responsibilities because they do not have access to sufficient information about the new and amended laws. Moreover, the absence of proper education and training on these new responsibilities, authorities, and procedures hinders their ability to perform effectively. Furthermore, many of these elected women representatives are illiterate. To address these issues, the Women Act has launched a Capacity Building Project for Elected Women Representatives and Functionaries at the local level. In collaboration with local government authorities, Women Act is conducting various training programs focused on gender equality, social inclusion, leadership development, and GESI laws.