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Designing interventions in food, nutrition and agriculture that allow women to change their lives.
Baz’Art Kreasion, projet social initié par ENL fondation avec pour mission l’autonomisation des femmes issues de ménages ayant des revenus modestes dans la région de Moka-St Pierre
EU GENDER ACTION PLAN II Joint staff working document Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment: Transforming the Lives of Girls and Women through EU External Relations 2016-2020  
This project aims to prevent violence against school girls and women in the community. It aims to promote their rights and social protection through by strengthening the role of public schools and educational communities of five vulnerable areas as guarantors and promoters of rights.
When you meet women who have done great in the industry and talk of their success stories you ask yourself questions like "who am I, where am I going? Will I be able to fit into this group or will I be able to achieve anything?" Deciding to be a part of this project was one of the best business decisions I have made as it has opened my eyes in a number of things.
'Tselakgopo ga e latse nageng' - Businesses don't prosper overnight, you need to constantly craft your work, believe in your product and have the spirit to persevere. Women out there should dream big! Be passionate and have patience. Let us not be afraid of our dreams, let them drive us. I am an evident example that when you aim higher and work hard towards your dream you can end up living the dream like I did mine in Paris'. – Lebang Kolagano.
''The WED programme is basically what jump started my career in fashion design. Since I did not go to school for fashion design, it created a platform where I learnt about the industry. I really appreciated the capacity building that we had to go through because some of them were tailored to what we do, even the people who were brought in came in with a lot of experience so for me this was a perfect experience. The programme helped me to start thinking of my passion as a business."
Women in the Pacific region suffer some of the highest rates of gender-based violence in the world - a serious and sensitive challenge that requires a culturally appropriate approach to support social change. Community film-makers in Papua New Guinea and Samoa have developed effective participatory practices and digital story-telling methods. Three pioneers will showcase their work and discuss what works in practice.
InfoPoint Lunchtime Conference: Community Film-Making for Gender Equality
Objetivo General: Facilitar la definición e implementación participativa y concertada de estrategias de desarrollo económico territorial, con vista a un desarrollo equitativo y sostenible, basadas en su potencial y con enfoque de cadenas de valor.

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