WEECoP is a community that aims to empower women economically and socially. We aim to build a vibrant network of local and global women empowerment practitioners, researchers and entrepreneurs;
Reflecting on findings from a year-long study on the status of female childcare workers and childcare micro-enterprises in Kenya. Event location : ABSA Sports Club in Nairobi
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The WEECoP project is currently sponsored by 52 partners across the globe and still growingView Partners
I am excited about the opportunity to contribute to this initiative and look forward to working with you to drive broad engagement in WEE research. I like the approach used to identify the organizations for which WEECop is relevant, and then to present the process in a way that makes it easy for organizations to work through
There is an enormous amount of information and knowledge about WEE, but it is scattered across different sectors. The WEECop allows you to find different projects and initiatives in a given sector related to WEE in a common database and map.
The project set up has been very successful, and we were able to identify clear and measurable impacts of the project on strengthening the technical capacity of the participant organizations in terms of WEE
The WEECop program has been very helpful in terms of generating resources and sharing experiences. It creates a space where we can share information and experience, as well as strengthening our knowledge
The Time Tug-of-War: Unveiling the Negative Impacts of Unpaid Care Work on Adolescent Girls Living in Rural Pastoralist Settings in Kenya
Who contributes more to family welfare? What options do women have? When we put these questions to both men and women in Uganda, the results were astonishing.