Последние новости и информация в отношении гендерного равенства и расширения прав и возможностей женщин
The training is the first of five batches to be conducted this year for a target of 150 trainees from East Sepik and Sandaun provinces.
The establishment of AWFISHNET Malawi is in line with the Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries (SSF Guidelines), which recognize the importance of organizing women in fisheries.
In Malawi, the Programme seeks to enhance the economic autonomy of women and youth through improved financial inclusion, working with governmental institutions and regulatory bodies and more.
Celebrating the contributions of rural and indigenous women to healthy food systems and a sustainable tomorrow
Four UN agencies will launch a new phase of a joint programme that aims to secure rural women’s livelihoods, rights and resilience
FAO in West Africa shared its achievements in enabling women to engage in climate change action by building their resilience while calling for more action to increase women's participation in leadership roles.
66th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women: Side event by FAO and the African Risk Capacity Group sheds light on the need for gender-sensitive policies and programming in climate action
EU-STREIT PNG Programme, in collaboration with local partners, marked International Women’s Day in rural Sepik with close to 1000 men, women and youth.
Women's work is essential to thriving coastal fisheries, but their labor is often invisible
In Zimbabwe, FAO has played a big role in recognizing, advocating and celebrating the contribution of women and girls to building sustainable agri-food systems.
Ahead of International Women’s Day, FAO calls for women traders to be included in the AfCFTA
International Women’s Day 2022: celebrating the contributions of rural and indigenous women to healthy food systems and a sustainable tomorrow
Достижение гендерного равенства для женщин означает повышение их жизненно важной роли в науке и всех этих областях.
Through a series of discussions, community members accept to engage in a critical self-reflection about their gender norms.
A project is officially launched to support six Eastern Africa nations
By combining the sharing of insights with analysis, the Social Norms Exploration Tool (SNET) provides a catalyst for the community itself to act on what is uncovered.
Representatives of the three RBAs mentioned their commitment to apply various methods to help raise awareness about the persisting gender gaps negatively impacting on the Ecuadorian society.
The use of theatrical debate is part of the JP GTA’s efforts to help the RBAs address discriminatory norms and promote an institutional culture free from negative unconscious gender bias.
First Vice-President Campbell Barr underlined the importance of solidarity, passion, and compassion. “Every day we must work at being a better person to build a better community, society, and a better world” she said.