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Women for Women International (UK)

Improving Livelihoods and Rights Awareness for Socially-Excluded Nigerian Women through Vocational Training and Men’s Engagement

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Project Data Last Updated: 23/05/2017

IATI Identifier: GB-CHC-1115109-092

The project will provide 4,500 disadvantaged women in rural Enugu, Nigeria, with a holistic programme of support that will enable them to build agribusiness skills; boost incomes; know their rights; and improve participation in household and community decision making. The project will also contribute to creating a local environment that supports women's leadership and economic contribution through the training of 150 male leaders on women’s rights who will, in turn, engage 1,500 male community and family members to increase awareness.;

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  • Women for Women International

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