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Community / Land projects / Empowering DRC’s women to break poverty cycles, achieve self-reliance, and realise their rights

Empowering DRC’s women to break poverty cycles, achieve self-reliance, and realise their rights

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10/19 - 10/22

Completed

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This project seeks the social and economic empowerment of marginalised women in South Kivu Province, DRC. A total of 1,200 marginalised women (primary beneficiaries) are trained on rights, vocational and business skills; 60 male leaders and 60 women leaders are engaged as women’s rights advocates, mobilising 6,910 community members (secondary beneficiaries). Three CSOs are strengthened to lead a local advocacy alliance, opening a community dialogue, action, and accountability space on violence against women and girls and land rights.