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  • Women in the developing world are crucial to the success of agriculture.
  • CARE projects understands the unique roles women play in the developing world and the unique challenges they face.
  • The International Women's Rights Project (IWRP) was to strengthen the capacity of women's NGOs in Canada and internationally.
  • Manipur women are active and they know the craft of spinning and weaving of silk cotton and woolen fabric. They also are experts in marketing of  their products.
  • Tibetan Women's Association (TWA) recognizes a need to offer vocational training opportunities to young women so that they can become
    economically self-sufficient.
  • The Women's Support Project is a voluntary organisation, which works against violence against women and children.
  • Training Seminars for Women Scientists’, and ‘Advanced Training for Women in Scientific Research’ conference highlighted the current and future impact of training activities for encouraging women scientists.
  • The European Commission has addressed the issue of female entrepreneurship within the framework of various policies and initiatives.
  • Women's Empowerment project in rural ares is to increase household income, reduce malnutrition in children and improve living conditions in rural and isolated Palestinian communities, cut off from their sources of employment and social services.
  • The The International Steering Committee(ISC) has supported the establishment of innovative pilot projects that seek, within their local areas of impact, to reduce poverty and raise living standards primarily by building on the knowledge and productivity of rural women.
  • A Process known as "Focusing" in Afghanistan is providing highly effective psychosocial wellness services at very low cost. Focusing training has been provided in eight women’s centers and has approved funds for the project director and for training indigenous women to become Focusing Trainers.
  • The Women Writers Project textbase is a collection of over 200 English texts by women from the period 1450-1850. The collection is designed to support a wide range of activities, including new research on texts and cultural history, and innovative approaches to teaching.

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