During the 60th U.N. Commission on the status of Women, The Hunger Project and the Movement for Community-led Development, a network of over 30 NGOs, hosted a parallel event an event to show the vital importance of women’s leadership for community-led development, and what is required to make it work. Individual Segments ]13:47[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34q_QggPY38]11:14[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QL6KJtCxi0c]
Experts from Relief International, Solar Cookers International and The Hunger Project-Mexico share their approaches.
“It’s about shifting the mindset…medium and small scale farming can generate income.“- 2014 Female Food Hero Monica Maigari from Kaduna State, Nigeria Last week Oxfam America hosted a Brown Bag Lunch, which couldn’t have came at a better time as it was a day after International Women’s Day 2016, to share their Female Food Hero(FFH) Contest . […]
Building the Capacity of Youth as Leaders of Today -The Kampala Principles for Youth Led Development
Jon-Andreas Solberg and Douglas Ragan co-authored a very enlightening post on UN-Habitat Youth covering five principles of youth-led development that are being utilized by youth programs globally and has begun to influence policy at the local, national and global level. These principles (listed below) originated from an initiative started in 2007 when representatives from UN-Habitat´s One Stop Youth […]