Women´s Empowerment

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GEP II Annual Progress Report 2013

Change and reform have been the key features marking the United Nations Development Programme’s (UNDP) Law and Order Trust Fund for Afghanistan (LOTFA) Project in 2013. Elements of change have emerged within and outside the Project, entailing a progressive reform of LOTFA Phase VI at the strategic,more

Gender Equality Project (GEP II) - First Quarter Progress Report 2013

The First Quarter (2013) Project Progress Report of Gender Equality project (GEP-II), a collaboration between the government of Afghanistan (Ministry of Women Affairs) and UNDP Afghanistan, aims to develop effective gender mainstreaming models and strengthen the capacity of the governmentmore

Gender Equality Project (GEP II) - Second Quarter Progress Report 2013

The Second Quarter (2013) Project Progress Report of Gender Equality project (GEP-II), a collaboration between the Ministry of Women Affairs and UNDP Afghanistan, aims to develop effective gender mainstreaming models and strengthen the capacity of Ministry of Women Affairs and gender mainstreamingmore

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Gender Equality Project (GEP II) - Second Quarter Progress Report 2013

The Third Quarter (2013) Project Progress Report of Gender Equality project (GEP-II), a collaboration between the Ministry of Women Affairs and UNDP Afghanistan, aims to develop effective gender mainstreaming models and strengthen the capacity of Ministry of Women Affairs and gender mainstreamingmore

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Our Work - Women's Empowerment
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Violence against women is widespread and child marriage, giving away girls for dispute resolution, forced isolation in the home, exchange marriage and “honour” killings cause suffering, humiliation and marginalization for millions of Afghan women and girls. UNDP is supporting the Government to assist women to take-up leadership roles. Women are supported and trained to take part in decision-making processes and leadership roles, for example, in community development committees, in sub-national and national governance roles, and in the police force.

 

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