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“Mujeres lideresas del Campo Poblano” – Presentación de libro

GIZ INDIA ꟾ Gender Knowledge Exchange Meet – Learning Together – Gender in Agrivoltaics

GIZ India – ‘Gender in Agrivoltaics’ – Knowledge Exchange Meet Agrivoltaics, the practice of having solar panels and food crops on the same land is a topic that is steadily gaining traction globally! To get ourselves ahead of the curve,

Small Steps Towards an Empowered Tomorrow

Check out the knowledge product ‘Small Steps Towards an Empowered Tomorrow’, compiled by the Gender Working Group, Natural Resource Management and Agroecology (NRMAE), GIZ India. The Working Group primarily supports projects in its activities towards gender sensitisation, gender equality and

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Gender Month Mozambique 2023

In Mozambique, a full Gender Month is being celebrated every year between March, the 8th (International Women Day) and April, the 7th (Mozambican Women Day). In 2023, GIZ Mozambique and EnDev were elected to follow the main theme of the

Increasing women’s participation in ICT – Techher

7th March, 1:00 – 2:00 pm GMT 30-minute online presentation on MS Teams – “increasing women’s participation in ICT” (experience sharing from TECHHER – a Nigerian based NGO). The presentation is facilitated by the GIZ MOVE project working in both

Lauching Central Asia Feminist Development Team

We are launching our CAFD Team. Our mission is to raise awareness about feminist development policy; inform and support the operationalisation of feminist development policiy in our work across Central Asia and to set an example of creative and innovative

Causerie éducative “Vers une amélioration de l’accès au financement agricole pour les femmes”

Au Cameroun, 85 % de la population pauvre vit dans les zones rurales. Les trois quarts de la population rurale travaillent dans l’agriculture. Pourtant, les potentiels de rendement ne sont pas exploités en raison du manque de disponibilité d’intrants de

Feminist Approaches in Alternative Development: The Case of Albania

14. March, 08:00-09:00 CET, Vienna International Center This side event is held in the margins of the 66th session of the UN Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND) and organized by GIZ’s Global Partnership on Drug Policies and Development (GPDPD). It

GIZ INDIA ꟾ Gender Knowledge Exchange Meet – Learning Together – Toolkit for Gender Transformative Approaches for Rural Development

MONDAY, MARCH 6th – 14:30 – 15:30 pm (IST), 10:00 – 11:00 (CET) GIZ INDIA – GENDER KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE MEET Learning Together : Tool Kit for Gender Transformative Approaches (GTA) for Rural Development Sector Network on Rural Development (SNRD) Asia

Daycare Center as A Coping Mechanism for Working Parents in Dhaka City: A Study on Social Perception

With the increasing female employment and changing demographical structure, parents are looking for alternative childcare options. Thus the service of daycare centers is getting popular in urban settings of Bangladesh. A study by Tabassum (2017) attempts to find out the

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La Caravane de l’Entrepreneure – Networking and sharing event for female entrepreneurs in Cameroon

On International Women’s Day 2022, the Cameroon Women Entrepreneur Network (CWEN), with support from GIZ Business Scouts for Development and the Gender Focal Point of Cameroon, organised a 2-day networking and sharing event for female entrepreneurs based in the Septentrion,

“Support of Regional Economic Cooperation in Asia (SRECA)” brings together Chinese, German and Mongolian women entrepreneurs

In 2022, “Support of Regional Economic Cooperation in Asia (SRECA)” brings together Chinese, German and Mongolian women entrepreneurs for the second time.  Last year, the SRECA project, which is implemented by GIZ on behalf of the BMZ, initiated a triangular

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GIZ-AGRIJOBS 4 YOUTH PROJECT-Kisumu county-Kenya

CONTRIBUTIONS DES FEMMES DANS L’AMELIORATION DES REVENUS

Empoderamiento de las mujeres indígenas Wayuu en la actividad artesanal como modelo
sostenible en el Parque Nacional Natural Bahía Portete Kaurrele en La Guajira, Colombia

Genderrollen transformieren, Gleichberechtigung erreichen

GIZ Gender Award 2022 1st Prize GM category

Unbeatable Gender Equality Approaches by the “Sustainable Employment through Agribusiness” (AgriBiz) Programme in Ghana

Empowering women and protecting the environment though recycling and upcycling of waste

Partager pour mieux préserver

La igualdad de género un reto en las regiones indígenas: la experiencia de Pana Pana

The practical capacity development journey for agripreneurs ‘Gender makes Business Sense’

The Working Group on ‘Gender-Transformative Approaches in Rural Development (GTA RD)’
of the Sector Network Rural Development (SNRD)

Green Innovation Centres for the Agriculture and Food Sector – India

GCF Kenya

GIZ Burkina Faso, Projet Promotion de l’emploi pour les Jeunes en milieu rural (ProEmploi)

Gender equality promotion of CLiPAD/I-GFLL project

Indo-German Energy Programme – Access to Energy in Rural Areas (IGEN ACCESS)

1. Rationale of Intervention – Setting the Context Around 700 million people in India gained access to electricity between 2000 and 2018. This reflects strong and effective policy implementation efforts by various players (International Energy Agency, 2021). But providing reliable

Green Innovation Centres for the Agriculture and Food sector Kenya

Introduction In Kenya, agriculture, inclusive of the subsectors of forestry and fishing, is an important sector of the economy that accounts for around 29% of the gross domestic product (GDP). Thirty-six (36%) per cent of the population lives below the

RURAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH EMPOWERING WOMEN AND YOUTH IN CIRCULAR ECONOMY

The Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development in collaboration with GIZ, will organize an event to share the results of the project Upcycling MAPs into Detergents (UMID), the distribution of vocational training certificates, an exhibition of the products produced and

#SmartDevelopmentDay

For more information and to register visit this site: #smartdevelopmentday – Scaling innovation in an interconnected world (d4dhub.eu)

Workshop: Gender Sensitive Climate Risk Insurance (CRI)

The event – taking place as a physical meeting in Lusaka – aims at creating a platform for exchange on equal access for women to insurance and the development of ideas on gender-sensitive awareness creation for climate risk insurance (CRI).

GIZ INDIA ꟾ Gender Makes Business Sense – Insights from a Gender Transformative Approach

GIZ India Gender Week 2022 MS TEAMS Online Exchange On : Gender Makes Business Sense (GmBS) – Insights from a Gender Transformative Training Day : 10th March Time : 3:00 – 4:30 pm Indian Standard Time. Meeting link : provided

Shaking up the Status Quo, Shaping Gender-Transformative Change! Read the latest GTA publication

  How do we effectively work towards gender equality and women’s empowerment in our projects?  Read the latest publication of the SNRD working group on Gender-Transformative Approaches (GTA) to find out! As part of SNRD Africa and the Sector Network Natural Resources and

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Video to promote formal land usage rights

8 March | video publication – French|
Awareness raising video for formal land usage rights in Benin

Roundtable Discussion Concerning Gender Equality

12 March | Private event for project members in Mongolia |
Discussion on how we can support gender equality initiatives with access to training, events, and workshops.

Mujeres indígenas, acceso a la justicia y COVID-19

12 March | 19.00 CET | online event for GIZ staff |
Reflect on the justiciability of the rights of indigenous women in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic in Oaxaca; in order to mainstream the perspectives of interculturality; racism, gender and legal pluralism in its various lines of work.

 

Ganadería sustentable de montaña con equidad e inclusión de género

10 March | 18.00 CET | Gender Working group Mexico and Climate Change Cluster |
Provide a productive alternative with equity and gender inclusion, to improve the quality of life of mountain inhabitants through the sustainable use of their natural resources.

Building Back Better – With Gender-Responsive Infrastructure

10 March | 15.30 CET | online event for GIZ staff |
Highlighting the great challenges and great potential of Gender-Responsive Infrastructure to build back better.

 

Online Conference “Access of women in rural areas to property rights”

26 February | Online conference for invited guests |
The online conference focused on increasing the cooperation for active promotion of positive examples of gender equality, establishment of mechanisms for education and information of the women from the rural areas for their economic and social development.

Mes de la Equidad, la Igualdad y la Justicia de Género en la GIZ Bolivia y Paraguay

All week | private events for GIZ Paraguay and Bolivia staff and one public song competition |
One week full of activities, events and competitions about gender equality

Women Economic Empowerment – Best Practices from Zambia’s Agricultural Projects

17 March | 09.00 – 11.00 CET | Virtual event |
If you ever wondered what role Women Economic Empowerment can play in your project, hop in and get inspired!

Women Success Stories from South East Europe

To promote economic empowerment of rural women through the support of women entrepreneurship, it is crucial that women are informed about property rights, in particular in relation to agriculture businesses. This collection of success stories from women from South East

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Women in Agriculture

Workshop in a rural area such as Ersekë, Albania,  with the participation of local producers, business women, professors from the University of Agriculture. There will be talks and discussions regarding the challenges that women face regarding entrepreneurship in agriculture field.

Women in Mining Photo Exhibition

During March we will host a photo exhibition in Bonn (in front of the Mäanderkantine) showing different women working in artisanal and small-scale Mining in Westafrica. Learn about how the mining sector affects women and girls differently than men and

Germany: Sector programme “Sustainable rural areas” – International meetings of women living in drug crop cultivation areas

Projects involved:  Sector Project “Sustainable Rural Areas” (SV ZLR1, GG1) – Division G530 The sector project advises the BMZ on anchoring rural development approaches, including Alternative Development, in international policy processes. It cooperates with key national and international partners,

India: PROMOTING GENDER EQUALITY IN THE VALUE CHAIN DEVELOPMENT – Green Innovation Centers (GIC)

“When women thrive, all of society benefits, and succeeding generations are given a better start in life.” – Kofi Annan, Ghanaian diplomat and former General Secretary of the United Nations Introduction: Agriculture is an important engine of enhancing livelihoods and

GIZ India : Gender Market Place : ”When ‘Attitude Meets Action”

GIZ India Gender Day 2020 : When ”Attitude Meets Action”  We at GIZ India kicked off the Gender Week 2020 with a Gender Breakfast Meeting organized on Monday, 3rd March by the project – Womens Economic Empowerment (Her&Now). The Breakfast meeting focused

Madagascar: Women Empowerment for a Greener Future in the South-West of Madagascar (Atsimo-Andrefana)

Supported by PAGE, the Environmental Project of GIZ Madagascar The environment, forestry and renewable energy sector are at the centre of the bilateral cooperation between Germany and Madagascar. The Programme d’Appui à la Gestion de l’Environnement (PAGE) is a support

Cameroon: A strong voice for equal opportunities

Radios and women entrepreneurs in rural Cameroon call for gender equality Five radio stations in the rural north of Cameroon produce a series on micro-entrepreneurs of nontimber forest products (NTFP). In fifty programmes, the women talk about their business and

Colombia: Programa de Acceso a Tierra para Mujeres

Desde el inicio del proceso de restitución de tierras en el 2012, se ha hecho visible una problématica estructural de la sociedad colombiana: las mujeres no disponen de la propiedad de sus predios rurales. Por eso, cuando se abrió la

Ghana: GIZ Gender Competition 2020

Introduction Market Oriented Agriculture programme (MOAP) in Ghana working on supporting the actors of the value chain. The aim of MOAP is to enhance quality agricultural production, increase income and create jobs along the value chains. The activities are starting

Mali: « Prix Genre » 2020

1.         CONTEXTE ET JUSTIFICATION L’Office du Niger, à travers le barrage de Markala et son énorme potentiel irrigable, constitue potentiellement un outil important de sécurité alimentaire pour le Mali. Mais cet énorme potentiel reste encore sous-valorisé. En effet, fin novembre

Tajikistan: Gender Approach within TRIGGER II

Promoting gender equality Which objectives and results has your initiative achieved? Describe the context, the organisational unit, the sector or the situation in your country or region. Tell us which approaches have proven effective, which results have already been generated

Uganda: Smart Farming: Taking Action to Change Attitudes in smallholder farming households

Smart trainings made in Uganda: Taking action to change gender attitudes in smallholder farming households    Context and initiative Agriculture is a key engine in local and regional economic development in East Africa and a critical source of income for

Burundi: Genre, un des piliers pour le Projet « Adaptation au changement climatique pour la protection des ressources en Eau et Sol, ACCES »

Promotion du genre Contexte Au Burundi, environ 90 % de la population tire sa subsistance des ressources du sol et de l’agriculture (vivrière). Ces ressources sont soumises à de fortes pressions liées à la surpopulation et à la surexploitation des terres.

Regional: Competitive African Rice Initiative

Business-driven women working in rice value chains in Burkina Faso, Ghana, Nigeria and Tanzania Context. Rice is one of the key staple foods in Africa. The demand is rapidly increasing: the population is growing, people are moving to urban areas

Cambodia: Nutrition knowledge for better health choices in the family

The GIZ project “Improvement of Livelihoods and Food Security (ILF I+II)” supports land recipient families to use the land that they received from the Cambodian government. Activities focus mainly on establishing a home garden that provide diversified and healthy nutrition

Gender-Transformative Change in Agricultural Skills Development

Women are the backbone of Africa’s agricultural sector. How many times have you heard this phrase? Over and over, experts have highlighted the importance of women in the agricultural workforce and in rural development. Too often, words have failed to

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Let’s talk Gender – from local to national, on and offline!

GIZ Colombia and APC (Presidential Office for int. Cooperation) launched their gender publication and participated in an international campaign for Women in Rural areas of Latin America From the fifteen stories that brought to life the publication Junt*s transformamos Colombia

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TOWARDS GENDER EQUALITY IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

GIZ’S COLLABORATION WITH SADC IN GENDER MAINSTREAMING   CONTEXT Achieving politically stable, socially just and sustainable economic development that reduces poverty is one of the greatest challenges in Southern Africa. The Southern African Development Community (SADC) is an alliance of

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All things Gender: interactive mapping tool

Looking for Gender-related documents and strategies? Our mapping tool might help! As the only GG2 project in agriculture and skills development (TVET), we are always trying to keep up with Gender news and developments. Our project supports the African Union

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“Empowerment goes Digital” auf dem Digital Gateway

Empowerment goes Digital! Digital technologies open up undreamt-of possibilities and at the same time harbour the risk of reproducing or even exacerbating existing inequalities. Our new Trend-Topic provides suggestions on how this can be avoided, shows what kind of gender-specific differences

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Journée internationale des droits des femmes.

 GIZ Algeria organized on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 workshops on the theme of gender. The sessions were led by Ms. Aicha Zinai, gender expert and member of the National Council of Human Rights ; as well as and by the

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#RealGroundbreakers – Get involved in the social media challenge!

Dear Colleagues, We are not alone. IFAD invites all IFAD Partners to join the celebration of International Women’s Day 2019 showing solidarity with rural women, the #realgroundbreakers! The #RealGroundbreakers is a global campaign for the economic and social empowerment of

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Movie Screening: A Land for Women

Women in Namibia have traditionally gotten the short end of the stick with regards to land ownership. Even though over 40% of rural households are headed by women, they still struggle against traditional practices and prejudices. The special initiative “One

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Gute Ernährung – nicht nur Frauensache

8. März, 13.00 – 14.30 Uhr, Bonn, Saal Donau Die Gleichberechtigung der Geschlechter ist in vielerlei Hinsicht eng verknüpft mit den Themen Ernährung und Ernährungssicherung. Die Zusammenhänge werden, u.a. in der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit, seit vielen Jahren international diskutiert. Verschiedene Studien verweisen

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Women can do anything! Crafts, entrepreneurship, local governance!

Women can do anything! Get active in the craft sector, build enterprises, construct communities. A dual apprenticeship system exists in Kpalimé, Togo. Yet, young women are largely underrepresented in classes. They lack role models who could inspire them to go

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Women in agricultural production

Exposition de posters sur les femmes transformatrices de produits agricoles et d’échantillons de ces produits agricoles Jeux de cartes par rapport aux ODD entre collègues en vue de refléter l’impact genre du programme à l’atteinte de l’Agenda 2030

Women in rural areas

Réflexion du personnel ProSOL sur « l’autonomisation des femmes et des filles en milieu rural »

Talent exhibition village, conferences and carnival celebrations

GIZ Madagascar is taking part in the gender week celebrations led by the Ministry promoting gender equity. Numerous women’s associations that we support from our intervention regions – eco-tourism, protected area management, jewelry linked to artisanal mining, women’s mayors association

Workplace Talk: Best Practice Example for external Gender Mainstreaming

In the course of Gender Week 2018, GIZ Uganda’s Mainstreaming Task Team conducted a total of 4 activities. The start of Gender week was celebrated with a Join in Circuit (JIC). The JIC is a practical and interactive tool, developed

Sri Lanka: Vocational Training in North & East of Sri Lanka

GIZ Gender Competition 2018 GIZ Sri Lanka: Vocational Training in North & East of Sri Lanka (GIZ-VTN) Introduction In collaboration with the Government of Sri Lanka and the Federal Republic of Germany, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH,

Indonesia: Gender Issues are not a problem for us

LESSONS LEARNED FROM EXTENSION WORKERS FOR AGROFORESTRY AND GREEN ECONOMY – MALINAU, NORTH KALIMANTAN, INDONESIA – Just recently, after discussing gender concepts in a meeting of young extension workers (penyuluh) in Malinau, North Kalimantan, a male member of the group

Indonesia: Inspiration From Nature – Gender Mainstreaming In The Indonesian Forestry Sector

INSPIRATION FROM NATURE GENDER MAINSTREAMING IN THE INDONESIAN ENVIRONMENT AND FORESTRY SECTOR The FORCLIME approach FORCLIME’s approach is derived from the recognition that responsibilities, vulnerabilities and decision-making powers of individuals and groups in relation to forestry and climate change can

India: Gender Sensitive Initiatives to Reduce Malnutrition

Gender Sensitive Initiatives to Reduce Malnutrition: A Joint Action by the Food & Nutrition Security & Enhanced Resilience Programme (FaNS-GIZ) & Department of Women & Child Development to Improve Dietary Diversity among Women and Children in Madhya Pradesh (India) “It

Chad: Groupements de gestion a la convention locale autour des valees amenagees.pdf

1. Contexte et objectifs Le « Programme de gestion des eaux de ruissellement dans le Tchad sahélien », mis en oeuvre par la GIZ-International Services, la DDC souhaite contribuer à l’amélioration de la production agropastorale des zones sahéliennes par le

Benin: Grünes Innovationszentrum (ProCIVA)

Grünes Innovationszentrum (ProCIVA) Benin Oder wie Unternehmerinnen für eine Besserstellung der Frauen in Benin sorgen In vielen afrikanischen Ländern haben die Frauen noch einen langen Weg bis zur Emanzipation vor sich, so auch in Benin. Das traditionelle Rollenbild ist fest

15 African Countries: Gender in agricultural value chain promotion

“The African farmer and her husband…” This proverb entails in essence the importance of women in the African agricultural sector: women form the backbone of African smallholder farming. However, significant gender inequalities can be found in people’s access to key

Cot d*Ivoire: La promotion de l’égalité du genre dans la gestion durable des ressources naturelles

La promotion de l’égalité du genre dans la gestion durable des ressources naturelles à la périphérie du Parc national de Taï en Côte d’Ivoire: Cas des ressources halieutiques du Lac de Buyo et des arbres forestiers alimentaires. Introduction Depuis 1993,

Kenya: EnDev-Kenya Female Solar Gurus-A story of Resilience

EnDev-Kenya Female Solar Gurus-A story of Resilience, from an LME to permanent employment By Evelyn Munihu EnDev’s objective is to accelerate access to clean energy for the Kenyan rural population, in particular through fuel-saving cook stoves and small solar systems.

Bonn: Women in Agricultural Value Chains: Experiences, Impacts & Commitments for the Future

                                                                                                                       © Klaus Wöhrmann Women in Agricultural Value Chains – Experiences, Impacts & Commitments for the Future When? Thursday, 8. March 2018, 14:00-17:30 CET plus Reception afterwards Where? GIZ Bonn, Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 40; 53113 Bonn; Conference Room “Saal Nil”and S4B With? Dr.

Gender Sensitive Initiatives to Reduce Malnutrition: A Joint Action to Improve Dietary Diversity among Women and Children in Madhya Pradesh (India)

“It has been the tradition for women and girls to eat last. This is how it has always been. No one dares question the tradition”. (Pregnant woman, District Chhatarpur) Sheopur and Chhatarpur are among the most backward and remote districts

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Community-led value chain development for gender justice and pro-poor wealth creation

The Oxfam Novib programme “Community-led value chain development for gender justice and pro-poor wealth creation” supported by an IFAD grant, contributed to sustainable pro-poor wealth creation and value chain upgrading in Nigeria, Rwanda and Uganda through empowerment of women and men from

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Competition „Empowerment of women through digital solutions“ – 3 winners announced!

At the end of 2016, the sectoral program „Promoting Gender equality and women’s rights” launched the GIZ-wide competition “Empowerment of women through digital solutions“ calling for proposals of measures that use an innovative “digital solution” which specifically strengthens women and

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Photo stories “Super women” / Fotohistorietas “super mujeres”

Event Documentation: “Super women, true women” Exhibition of various photo stories about local women and their work during the events organized by local authorities in the Tungurahua and Napo provinces of Ecuador. We will also host two events where those

Closing event of the gender week in Benin: 13 events in total

Event Documentation: GIZ Benin participated in the GIZ Gender Week from 06 to 10 march 2017 by organizing 13 out of 43 events held by the Africa Department, for example an exhibition about gender and equal access to energy which

Women’s Leadership in Rural Development

Event Documentation: The project “Green Innovation centres for the agriculture and food sector in Benin” (ProCIVA) dedicated a day to Women Leaders in the rural development. Women Leaders of the sector exchanged on the impacts of ProCIVA’s support on the

Gender Quiz Benin

Event Documentation: Gender Quiz: A “questions and answers” game aimed to raising the awareness, participation and reflection of the project staff around the theme of gender equality. Candidates from each site (Parakou, Bohicon and Cotonou) competed in 3 successive rounds

Radio broadcasting on “Women and market gardening: access to land and integrated management of soil fertility”

Event Documentation: On the occasion of the “International Women’s Day” the project “Soil protection and soil rehabilitation for food security in Benin” (ProSOL) launched a debate on the subject “Women and market gardening: access to land and integrated management of

Speech and debate on the topic ” Women in a changing world of work: Plant 50-50 by 2030″

Increasing the participation of women in the labor market is an important step to gender equality.  The program ProSOL organise a speech and debate on the topic ” Women in a changing world of work: Plant 50-50 by 2030″ to

“Make your move!”

On the 8th of March 2017, citizens in Mafeteng, Lesotho, are going to be encouraged to voice out their own individual opinions concerning gender. These different opinions will generate an innovative and productive environment for a discussion that will point

“Gender is not only about women and children”

The Qacha’s Nek GIZ PISA team will address the issues of Gender Based Violence (GBV) and child labor. The overall goal will be, to provide young people at the PISA office in Qacha’s Nek with Information about GBV in their

Women Solidarity March, Lesotho

Looking at the International Women’s Day values, the GIZ PISA team in Leribe is conducting in cooperation with Bacha – re – Bacha the Women Solidarity March on the 8th of March 2017. We want the gender and health issues

Women’s Day in Mokhotlong, Lesotho

As the GIZ PISA project is a platform that provides political information, we as the local PISA Center in Mokhotlong will, on the 8th of March 2017, concentrate on women’s rights. Especially in rural areas, women are faced with challenges

Women in leadership – be bold for change in Lesotho

We as the GIZ PISA Maseru district team, will spend the entire morning of the 07th of March 2017 on the topic of Gender equality. We have invited two women that are in leading positions, to share with the citizens

G500 Gender Group Poster Display in Bonn

Gender is a central topic in agriculture, and the G500 Gender Group is illustrating several gender activities of the sector and global programmes throughout the Gender Week. Posters will be presented alongside the event on “#Code4Equality” on March 6th, and

High school Debate on Gender Activity

Men and women should be treated equally. This very basic topic is going to be our motto here at the PISA district center in Quthing, Lesotho. On Friday 08th of March 2017 we will invite the debating clubs of two

Women, Land and Corruption

The national chapter of Transparency International in Madagascar produced a short movie (~ 5 minutes) on the topic: “Women, land and corruption”. This short movie will be broadcasted on the national TV channel of Madagascar (TVM) and a private channel

What is the W+ Standard? – inform yourself

The W+TM Standard is a unique certification label developed by WOCAN that endorses projects that create increased social and economic benefits for women participating in economic development or environment projects, including those that provide renewable energy technologies, time and labor

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