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2016

Enhancing Gender Equality and Mainstreaming in Afghanistan (EGEMA)

Afghanistan

Titre : Enhancing Gender Equality and Mainstreaming in Afghanistan (EGEMA)

Pays : Afghanistan

Durée : May 2016 — April 2018

Présentation
This Project is a collaborative effort between the Afghan Government and UNDP Afghanistan. Its main purpose is to strengthen the Ministry of Women Affairs so that it can implement, monitor and report on national and international commitments that affect women. This project will build upon the best practices and lessons learned from the previous UNDP gender projects (GEP I &II), which implemented effective initiatives and helped MOWA become a most effective and sustainable government entity.
Enhancing Gender Equality and Mainstreaming in Afghanistan (EGEMA) project provides technical assistance to the Ministry of Women Affairs (MoWA) to build its capacity and advance gender mainstreaming in government policy and planning process, coordinate and monitor implementation of National Action plan of Women, and take stronger role in women economic empowerment, behavioral socio-cultural changes toward gender equality, as well as creating a cadre of nationally educated gender experts that are ready to be employed in public and private sectors.

Organisme mise en œuvre : United Nations Development Programme

Financement : United Nations Development Program — Government Of Republic Of Korea
Budget : $5,215,753

Présentation : PNUD

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