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Capacity building solar equipment for the insertion professional community center Tadjoura

July 18, 2014



Project Number: 3 Country: Djibouti Area Of Work: Climate Change Mitigation Operational Phase: Phase 5 Grant Amount: US$ 27,294.00 Co-Financing cash: US$ 11,299.00 Start Date: 10/2014 End Date: 2/2015 Status: Not active yet Project Description: The region of Tadjoura has no Socioprofessional Centre for women. The current economic and social context that is difficult requires setting up a management structure and the search for new ways of organizing work to promote employment, including entrepreneurship by women and women. In short make the empowered woman. Climate change and food and economic crisis slowed the millennium goals for the supposed poverty reduction development. The preservation of the environment depends on which are certainly exacerbated by climate change and its corollary by recurrent droughts that foster poverty human behavior. In addition, the region is characterized by a high rate of unemployment among women and girls since overcharging homes, their lower average earnings, career development more fraught with pitfalls, isolation of rural women and the exodus massif to urban areas, especially to the city for the Tadjoura Tadjoura region are all factors in the socio-economic crisis in the region. Lack of access to modern energy limit development prospects of the poor and has a negative impact on their health. The volatility of energy prices and dependence on fossil fuels create additional risks, particularly affecting the poor. In addition, about two-thirds of global emissions are attributable to the consumption of fossil fuels. However, these emissions are increasing rapidly both in response to the growing demand for energy especially in newly industrialized and developing countries than under the increased use of coal, harmful to the climate. The objective of this project is to enable women and girls to better organize and organize their activities and thus promote their taking financial, economic and social independence in harmony with development that respects the environment. Hence the correlation between supply of renewable, fight against poverty and climate protection energy. Grantee: Association des Femmes de Tadjourah Organisation Mission : For GEF SGP, the community-based approach is the cornerstone for addressing local and global environmental and sustainable development challenges. SGP provides grants to civil society organizations (CSOs), notably national and local non-governmental organizations (NGOs), community-based organizations (CBOs), and indigenous peoples organizations. SGP grantees may also include other not-for-profit organizations such as professional associations, unions and other civil society groups. By enabling a direct connection between sustainable livelihoods and the generation of local and global livelihoods, SGP empowers communities to act and participate in their own development and hence ensures community ownership and impact. Over the course of the last 20 years,

Project completion date : 2015-02-28 12:00:00

Major organization : SGP THE GEF SMALL GRANTS PROGRAMME

Address : Djibouti Heron Subdivision - Lot # 52 BP 2001 Djibouti Djibouti, East Africa Attn: Mr. Hassan Mohamed Warsama



Country :Djibouti

Financier : Global Environment Facility (GEF), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP),

Financier address : United Nations Development Programme One United Nations Plaza New York, NY 10017 Tel: +1 (212) 906-5000 Call: +1 (212) 963-1234


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