Economic ‎empowerment for ‎sustainable change (Job ‎opportunities for young ‎females in Gaza)‎

The project contributes in alleviating poverty and ‎promoting sustainable livelihoods, self-‎employment and income opportunities among ‎young female victims of violence who economically ‎deprived and socially marginalized in the Gaza Strip. ‎The specific objectives that will be achieved at the ‎end of project period include that young female ‎victims of violence developed capacities to engage ‎in community development, young female victims ‎of violence accessed economic opportunities, and ‎community and formal institutions increased ‎knowledge and sensitization on women's potential ‎economic and productive roles in society. AISHA ‎will apply Theory of Change to promote women's ‎economic empowerment through two levels: 1) ‎Individual change at young female victims of ‎violence level (Outcome 1: young female victims of ‎violence are emerged with life, technical and ‎vocational and business management knowledge ‎and skills and motivated to engage in community ‎development & Outcome 2: young female victims ‎of violence enhanced sustainable livelihoods, self-‎employment and income opportunities), and 2) ‎Systemic change at community and government ‎actors’ level. ‎

  • 2015-04-01