SPOTLIGHT: EMPOWERING WOMEN
Half a million Cambodian women leave their homes and families every day to work in garment factories. We Effect’s new project is empowering women to find other, more sustainable sources of income.
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The European Union and Swedish aid organisation We Effect, today announced a 760,000 Euro project to empower Sri Lankan women to become entrepreneurs and leaders.
Swedish government funded aid organisation, We Effect, is today announcing a new 5-year programme in Cambodia. It will empower 40 000 farmers to fight poverty – with a focus on gender equality.
Two years after the brutal murder of Berta Cáceres her words and actions continue to inspire resistance both in Honduras and worldwide.
The housing situation in Eastern Africa is alarming, where 6 out of 10 of the urban population live in informal settlements. Hamidah Nantume used to be one of them.
In Albania, children living in poverty are offered a trouble-free zone, away from the turbulence and turmoil of everyday life. The project is a collaboration between We Effect and Världens barn.