One of the key resources making women and girls the visible force of resilience is political willingness through governments and all keys institutional actors in guaranteeing firstly the rights of women and girls promoting gender equity let them participate actively in the social activities in terms of peace building, harmonization of the communities and all activities relating with the development rather than playing a passive role or marginalized groups in social and economic affairs.

One of the key resources making women and girls the visible force of resilience is political willingness through governments and all keys institutional actors in guaranteeing firstly the rights of women and girls promoting gender equity let them participate actively in the social activities in terms of peace building, harmonization of the communities and all activities relating with the development rather than playing a passive role or marginalized groups in social and economic affairs.

To meet the goals of the force of resilience the three priorities identified as needing to address are:

Protection from gender-based violence, (protect girls and women from the risks and vulnerabilities including child labour early and forced marriage and sexual abuse through better policies and more resilient services).

Effective participation in decision making in activities to reduce risks (Ensure that the views of women are listened to and their priorities acted upon in social vulnerabilities, climate change and disaster risk management decision making which affect their wellbeing).

Greater access to quality of Education and Technical Training (Enhance their knowledge, skills and capacity to adapt and reduce disaster risks, raising awareness their prospects to pursue more resilient livelihoods and to safeguards their future).

This entails that gender equality and equity are not only a question of fundamental rights and social justice but also are prerequisite and community’s assets for resiliency and sustainable Development.

 

one of the key resources making women and girls the visible force of resilience is political willingness through governments and all keys institutional actors in guaranteeing firstly the rights of women and girls promoting gender equity let them participate actively in the social activities in terms of peace building, harmonization of the communities and all activities relating with the development rather than playing a passive role or marginalized groups in social and economic affairs.

To meet the goals of the force of resilience the three priorities identified as needing to address are:

Protection from gender-based violence, (protect girls and women from the risks and vulnerabilities including child labour early and forced marriage and sexual abuse through better policies and more resilient services).

Effective participation in decision making in activities to reduce risks (Ensure that the views of women are listened to and their priorities acted upon in social vulnerabilities, climate change and disaster risk management decision making which affect their wellbeing).

Greater access to quality of Education and Technical Training (Enhance their knowledge, skills and capacity to adapt and reduce disaster risks, raising awareness their prospects to pursue more resilient livelihoods and to safeguards their future).

This entails that gender equality and equity are not only a question of fundamental rights and social justice but also are prerequisite and community’s assets for resiliency and sustainable Development. - See more at: http://www.preventionweb.net/posthfa/dialogue/discussion/16/how-to-make-women-and-girls-the-visible-force-of-resilience/p1#sthash.AxCN6Vup.dpuf
one of the key resources making women and girls the visible force of resilience is political willingness through governments and all keys institutional actors in guaranteeing firstly the rights of women and girls promoting gender equity let them participate actively in the social activities in terms of peace building, harmonization of the communities and all activities relating with the development rather than playing a passive role or marginalized groups in social and economic affairs.

To meet the goals of the force of resilience the three priorities identified as needing to address are:

Protection from gender-based violence, (protect girls and women from the risks and vulnerabilities including child labour early and forced marriage and sexual abuse through better policies and more resilient services).

Effective participation in decision making in activities to reduce risks (Ensure that the views of women are listened to and their priorities acted upon in social vulnerabilities, climate change and disaster risk management decision making which affect their wellbeing).

Greater access to quality of Education and Technical Training (Enhance their knowledge, skills and capacity to adapt and reduce disaster risks, raising awareness their prospects to pursue more resilient livelihoods and to safeguards their future).

This entails that gender equality and equity are not only a question of fundamental rights and social justice but also are prerequisite and community’s assets for resiliency and sustainable Development. - See more at: http://www.preventionweb.net/posthfa/dialogue/discussion/16/how-to-make-women-and-girls-the-visible-force-of-resilience/p1#sthash.AxCN6Vup.dpuf
one of the key resources making women and girls the visible force of resilience is political willingness through governments and all keys institutional actors in guaranteeing firstly the rights of women and girls promoting gender equity let them participate actively in the social activities in terms of peace building, harmonization of the communities and all activities relating with the development rather than playing a passive role or marginalized groups in social and economic affairs.

To meet the goals of the force of resilience the three priorities identified as needing to address are:

Protection from gender-based violence, (protect girls and women from the risks and vulnerabilities including child labour early and forced marriage and sexual abuse through better policies and more resilient services).

Effective participation in decision making in activities to reduce risks (Ensure that the views of women are listened to and their priorities acted upon in social vulnerabilities, climate change and disaster risk management decision making which affect their wellbeing).

Greater access to quality of Education and Technical Training (Enhance their knowledge, skills and capacity to adapt and reduce disaster risks, raising awareness their prospects to pursue more resilient livelihoods and to safeguards their future).

This entails that gender equality and equity are not only a question of fundamental rights and social justice but also are prerequisite and community’s assets for resiliency and sustainable Development. - See more at: http://www.preventionweb.net/posthfa/dialogue/discussion/16/how-to-make-women-and-girls-the-visible-force-of-resilience/p1#sthash.AxCN6Vup.dpuf
one of the key resources making women and girls the visible force of resilience is political willingness through governments and all keys institutional actors in guaranteeing firstly the rights of women and girls promoting gender equity let them participate actively in the social activities in terms of peace building, harmonization of the communities and all activities relating with the development rather than playing a passive role or marginalized groups in social and economic affairs.

To meet the goals of the force of resilience the three priorities identified as needing to address are:

Protection from gender-based violence, (protect girls and women from the risks and vulnerabilities including child labour early and forced marriage and sexual abuse through better policies and more resilient services).

Effective participation in decision making in activities to reduce risks (Ensure that the views of women are listened to and their priorities acted upon in social vulnerabilities, climate change and disaster risk management decision making which affect their wellbeing).

Greater access to quality of Education and Technical Training (Enhance their knowledge, skills and capacity to adapt and reduce disaster risks, raising awareness their prospects to pursue more resilient livelihoods and to safeguards their future).

This entails that gender equality and equity are not only a question of fundamental rights and social justice but also are prerequisite and community’s assets for resiliency and sustainable Development. - See more at: http://www.preventionweb.net/posthfa/dialogue/discussion/16/how-to-make-women-and-girls-the-visible-force-of-resilience/p1#sthash.AxCN6Vup.dpuf
one of the key resources making women and girls the visible force of resilience is political willingness through governments and all keys institutional actors in guaranteeing firstly the rights of women and girls promoting gender equity let them participate actively in the social activities in terms of peace building, harmonization of the communities and all activities relating with the development rather than playing a passive role or marginalized groups in social and economic affairs.

To meet the goals of the force of resilience the three priorities identified as needing to address are:

Protection from gender-based violence, (protect girls and women from the risks and vulnerabilities including child labour early and forced marriage and sexual abuse through better policies and more resilient services).

Effective participation in decision making in activities to reduce risks (Ensure that the views of women are listened to and their priorities acted upon in social vulnerabilities, climate change and disaster risk management decision making which affect their wellbeing).

Greater access to quality of Education and Technical Training (Enhance their knowledge, skills and capacity to adapt and reduce disaster risks, raising awareness their prospects to pursue more resilient livelihoods and to safeguards their future).

This entails that gender equality and equity are not only a question of fundamental rights and social justice but also are prerequisite and community’s assets for resiliency and sustainable Development. - See more at: http://www.preventionweb.net/posthfa/dialogue/discussion/16/how-to-make-women-and-girls-the-visible-force-of-resilience/p1#sthash.AxCN6Vup.dpuf
one of the key resources making women and girls the visible force of resilience is political willingness through governments and all keys institutional actors in guaranteeing firstly the rights of women and girls promoting gender equity let them participate actively in the social activities in terms of peace building, harmonization of the communities and all activities relating with the development rather than playing a passive role or marginalized groups in social and economic affairs.

To meet the goals of the force of resilience the three priorities identified as needing to address are:

Protection from gender-based violence, (protect girls and women from the risks and vulnerabilities including child labour early and forced marriage and sexual abuse through better policies and more resilient services).

Effective participation in decision making in activities to reduce risks (Ensure that the views of women are listened to and their priorities acted upon in social vulnerabilities, climate change and disaster risk management decision making which affect their wellbeing).

Greater access to quality of Education and Technical Training (Enhance their knowledge, skills and capacity to adapt and reduce disaster risks, raising awareness their prospects to pursue more resilient livelihoods and to safeguards their future).

This entails that gender equality and equity are not only a question of fundamental rights and social justice but also are prerequisite and community’s assets for resiliency and sustainable Development. - See more at: http://www.preventionweb.net/posthfa/dialogue/discussion/16/how-to-make-women-and-girls-the-visible-force-of-resilience/p1#sthash.AxCN6Vup.dpuf
one of the key resources making women and girls the visible force of resilience is political willingness through governments and all keys institutional actors in guaranteeing firstly the rights of women and girls promoting gender equity let them participate actively in the social activities in terms of peace building, harmonization of the communities and all activities relating with the development rather than playing a passive role or marginalized groups in social and economic affairs.

To meet the goals of the force of resilience the three priorities identified as needing to address are:

Protection from gender-based violence, (protect girls and women from the risks and vulnerabilities including child labour early and forced marriage and sexual abuse through better policies and more resilient services).

Effective participation in decision making in activities to reduce risks (Ensure that the views of women are listened to and their priorities acted upon in social vulnerabilities, climate change and disaster risk management decision making which affect their wellbeing).

Greater access to quality of Education and Technical Training (Enhance their knowledge, skills and capacity to adapt and reduce disaster risks, raising awareness their prospects to pursue more resilient livelihoods and to safeguards their future).

This entails that gender equality and equity are not only a question of fundamental rights and social justice but also are prerequisite and community’s assets for resiliency and sustainable Development. - See more at: http://www.preventionweb.net/posthfa/dialogue/discussion/16/how-to-make-women-and-girls-the-visible-force-of-resilience/p1#sthash.AxCN6Vup.dpuf
BLOG COMMENTS POWERED BY DISQUS