Empowerment

Challenges to women active participation in politics in Nigeria

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Authors: Nwabunkeonye, U.P.
Publication date: 2014

This paper examined the challenges Nigerian women still face in active participation in politics such as discriminatory socio-cultural and religious practices; lack of finance; under-representation of women in governance; unhealthy political environment; political party discrimination; wrong perception of women in politics; lack of family, fellow women and media support; indigenization of women political aspirants; among others.

Women and political participation: toward attainment of 35% affirmative action and obstacles to the women participation in Nigerian politics and decision making process

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Authors: Abubakar, M. & ; Ahmad, Z Bn 
Publication date: 2014 In: Journal of Research in Humanities and Social Science, Vol 2 (9) pp. 65-71

This paper examined the efforts to increase women's political participation and the obstacles facing women to do so. 

The Integration Initiative: Three Year Evaluation Report

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Authors: Mt. Auburn Associates, Inc for Living Cities
Publication date: 2014

In January 2010, Living Cities launched The Integration Initiative (TII) to support “bold, promising approaches that have the potential to transform the lives of low-income people and the communities in which they live.”

Safetipin – An Overview. Active Learning Solutions

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Safetipin is a free complete map-based mobile phone application which works to make our communities and cities safer by providing safety-related information collected by users and by trained auditors. It has been developed to encourage more people to be involved in safety of women and communities.

Realising the Potential of Civil Society-led South-South Development Cooperation

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Author: Moilwa, T.
Publication date: 2015

Civil Society Organisations from the BRICS countries and Mexico are now leading a huge range of South-South Development Cooperation (SSDC) initiatives. These organisations have a significant role to play in the post-2015 development cooperation landscape.

Grameen Foundation: Community Knowledge Worker Uganda Program

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The Community Knowledge Worker (CKW) initiative was launched by Grameen Foundation and its partners in Uganda in 2009 with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Today, it serves more than 300,000 farmers in remote communities through a network of more than 1,100 peer advisors.

The initiative combines mobile technology and human networks to help smallholder farmers get accurate, timely information to improve their businesses and livelihoods.

Asking people what they think: Using perceptions data to monitor the post-2015 agenda

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Authors: Rodríguez Takeuchi,L. & Hine, S. with Chávez, C.
Publication date: 2015

The call for a ‘data revolution’ has spurred debate around the inclusion of new data and indicators to measure progress towards development goals. Indicators of perceptions – based on asking people what matters to them most and their opinions of change – could help to stimulate public debate and hold policy-makers accountable.

Improving communication between aid agencies and crisis-affected people: Lessons from the infoasaid project

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Authors: Chapelier, C. & Shah, A.
Publication date: 2013

The growing recognition of the importance of communication in disaster response has prompted an upsurge in discussions, publications and initiatives aimed at better understanding the potential of broadcast media and new technologies to improve how agencies communicate with their beneficiaries and, ultimately, enhance the quality and accountability of humanitarian assistance.

Inclusion, Resilience, Change: ADB’s Strategy 2020 at Mid-Term

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Author: Asian Development Bank
Publication date: 2014

The midterm review of Strategy 2020 provides the Asian Development Bank (ADB) a precious opportunity to draw on its vast experience over the first 5 years of the strategy's implementation.

Rusty Radiator Awards. Let's save Africa! - Gone wrong

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The video is made by The Norwegian Students' and Academics' International Assistance Fund to challenge the stereotypes frequently used in fundraising campaigns. The Rusty Radiator Award goes to the fundraising video with the worst use of stereotypes.