women empowerment

women empowerment

The northeast of Brazil is one of the country’s poorest regions. The population suffers from recurrent droughts and lack of access to water sources and technology. Adaptive technology during periods of droughts is crucial for their survival.  Sharing of experiences and best practices among women groups in a solidary and cooperative way is increasing their political and economic empowerment.  
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
Marco Orani, Project Manager of the EU-funded project "Strengthened capacity for improved governance of land tenure and natural resources by local government in partnership with Non State Actors in the Central Highlands of Angola"
The objective of this project was to enable local remote ethnic groups and local authorities (LAs) in Dakcheung District to cooperate for an inclusive economic development, poverty alleviation and to contribute to the achievements of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) 1 and 3.
Strengthen capacity of Civil Society to work toward poverty reduction by addressing livelihood related governance barriers that perpetuate poverty.
Strengthen capacity of Civil Society to work toward poverty reduction by addressing livelihood related governance barriers that perpetuate poverty.
The main event will take place on the 5th of March at the FEIMA but several activities will be funded from 2/03/2016 to 7/04/2016 to support the Ministry of Gender in its joint programme of activities including, notably the rent of the venue, technical arrangements for the concert, the printing of the gender country profile, awareness raising activities, etc.
The EU assistance to gender equality and women's empowerment is mainly delivered through the EU Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020, primarily the Global Public Goods and Challenges thematic programme under the Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI) as well as the European Instrument for Democracy & Human Rights (EIDHR).
The mandatory EU Gender Action Plan 2016-2020 includes the mainstreaming as one of the three specific approaches to be implemented in the programming of development initiatives, together with political and policy dialogue and the promotion of specific actions for gender equality and women's and girls' rights.
The Gender Action Plan (GAP II) has the overarching objective of providing tools for /supporting the progress of the EU and its 28 Member States on the attainment of the Agenda 2030(l

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