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Artículos anteriores en Octubre del 2006

Octubre del 2006


Internet Course: The Poverty and Growth Program of the World Bank Institute

Our excuses if you receive this email more than once

Dear friend,

The Poverty and Growth Program of the World Bank Institute is
organizing
an 8-week Internet course on Economic Literacy for Civil Society.

The goal of this introductory course is to give civil society
organizations an exposure to economic issues and to the linkages
between
economic policies, growth and poverty to enhance their ability to
participate in the design and implementation of poverty reduction
strategies.

I am attaching a detailed course announcement which includes
instructions
on how to apply.

You can apply directly using this link:

http://info.worldbank.org/etools/wbi_learning/
browse_tpc_results.cfm?tpc=Poverty%20Reduction


Deadline to apply is October 24th.

Please contact Ignacio Hernandez directly (ihernandez@worldbank.org) if
you have any questions regarding this course.

Sincerely,
Raj Nallari
Team Leader
Poverty and Growth Program
World Bank Institute PREM
202-458-4448

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Economic Literacy for Civil Society: Introductory E-Learning course
Global course delivered via Internet 29 October to 22 December, 2006

Course Description
This eight-week Internet-based course provides an introduction to
development economics, focusing on economic policies and their linkages
with growth and poverty reduction. After describing basic poverty and
national account relationships and the relationship between growth
and poverty, the course turns to individual policy areas. These include
the various roles of government, including providing a backdrop for the
effective operation of a market economy, and conducting fiscal policy.
Policies covering monetary and exchange rate issues, the financial
sector, trade, and institutional development are also covered in the
course.

Audience
The goal of this course is to give civil society organizations an
exposure
to economic issues and to the linkages between economic policies,
growth
and poverty to enhance their ability to participate in the design and
implementation of poverty reduction strategies. In addition to members
of
civil society the course will be useful for students and particulars
who
want to get an introduction or to refresh their knowledge of
development
economics. Participants from around the world are encouraged to
register.
Please note that this is an introductory course. It is not designed
for
members of the academia or
people with a strong background in economics.

Course structure
We will be using materials specifically prepared for this course and
additional suggested readings related to the topics being discussed
each
week. The course will be structured via 8 week-long modules. We will
post
the reading materials for each week at the end of the previous week
(Fridays). Participants will be expected to read the course materials
during the week-end and at the beginning of the week. During the week
there will be an online discussion (not in real time) among
participants,
guided by the course moderators. Participants can also ask questions
about
the materials, which will be answered by
the moderators during the week or by the authors of the course manual
at
the end of the week. There will be no tests or assignments at the end
of
the course. Participants will not be awarded a certificate. Total
time
commitment for participants is expected to range from 6 - 8 hours per
week.

Fee
Participants will not be charged a fee for this course.

Requirements
The course will be conducted in English over the Internet, so Internet
connection and the ability to participate in the online discussion are
key
pre-requisites for participants.

Details on how to access WebCT, the e-learning platform that will be
used
for the course, will be sent via email.

Application
To apply for this course, please go to:
http://info.worldbank.org/etools/wbi_learning/
browse_tpc_results.cfm?tpc=Poverty%20Reduction

1) Click the Apply button
2) Complete the application form
3) Click Submit
4) A confirmation with instructions on how to access the web site for
the
course will be sent to those selected shortly after the
deadline to submit applications.
Last day to submit registration: October 24th, 2006

Agenda
1st week What is poverty and how we measure it 29 Oct. - 3 Nov.

2nd week National Income Accounts 5 - 10 Nov.

3rd week Economic Growth and Poverty 12 - 17 Nov.

4th week Government in the economy, Fiscal policy and the Poor
19 - 24 Nov.

5th week Monetary and Exchange Rate Policies and the Poor 26 Nov. - 1
Dec.

6th week Financial Development and Poverty 3 - 8 Dec.

7th week Trade Policy and the Poor 10 - 15 Dec.

8th week Institutions and Growth 17 – 22 Dec. 4

Publicado por Institute World Bank el 21 de Octubre, 2006, 20:33 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


30 nuevos recursos en Género y Desarrollo

Actualización de contenido - Género y Desarrollo en el Development Gateway
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30 {totalItems} nuevos recursos en la página Género y Desarrollo del Development Gateway
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender

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1. City Halls Series - Florence
2. World Association of Women Entrepreneurs - l'Association Les Femmes Chefs d'Entreprises FCEM
3. Position Paper on "Honor Killings"
4. AIDS Prevention Lecture Sparks a Strong Rebuke From Police in China.
5. NIAID Announces New Campaign to Raise Awareness of Preventive HIV Vaccine Research
6. Kenya: Aids Prevalence Drops Despite Cash Constraint
7. Women Empower by the Queen of Jordan
8. Gender Equality as Smart Economics: A World Bank Gender Action Plan
9. World Bank: Gender Action Plan
10. UNIFEM Annual Report - 30th Anniversary
11. Mali Interim National Development Strategy: An MDG Based Framework of Action
12. Special Edition of Maitreyee
13. Girls? Education: A World Bank Priority
14. ENTO - a European civil service training network
15. MAWRED (?Modernising & Activating Women?s Role in Economic Development?)
16. Social Assistance Policy Development and the Provision of a Decent Level of Income in Selected OECD Countries
17. Operational Poverty Targeting in Peru - Proxy Means Testing with Non-Income Indicators
18. Decentralization and National Human Development Reports
19. Women?s Lives and Experiences: Changes in the Past Ten Years
20. The Context of Women?s Health: Results from the Demographic and Health Surveys, 1994-2001
21. A roadmap for equality between women and men 2006-2010
22. DfID Case Studies
23. Transforming Opportunities for Women Entrepreneurs - e-Biz Macedonia
24. American Bar Association, Deputy Director Position - Middle East
25. Trafficking in Persons : Global Patterns. UNODC, 2006
26. e-Village Initiative - Jordan
27. Obstetric Fistula: Guiding Principles for Clinical Management and Programme Development
28. Program Director, Women and the Law Program (based in Jordan) (American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative)
29. Vacancy for Gender Coordinator
30. Of War, Siege and Lebanon: Women's Voices from the Middle East and South Asia
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1. City Halls Series - Florence
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077223
Florence has over 2000 years of history, which includes Etruscan, Roman and Lombard periods. It was a free commune from 1075 onwards and was at least in theory republican until the Medicis took over in the 16th century. The City Hall of Florence is...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 13 Oct , 2006

2. World Association of Women Entrepreneurs - l'Association Les Femmes Chefs d'Entreprises FCEM
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077053
FCEM is the worldwide network of women entrepreneurs.Established in France in 1945 FCEM is non-profit, non-governmental, non-political and non-sectarian organization whose activities at the national and international level, are aimed at promoting...
Contribuido por Giulia D'Amico el 13 Oct , 2006

3. Position Paper on "Honor Killings"
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077511
Due to recent media attention, the problem of ?honor killings? has come under increasing global scrutiny. In various countries throughout the world, particularly in the Middle East and parts of South Asia, women who bring dishonor to their families...
Contribuido por Laura Allen el 17 Oct , 2006

4. AIDS Prevention Lecture Sparks a Strong Rebuke From Police in China.
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077649
BEIJING (Reuters) - An AIDS prevention lecture aimed at Chinese sex workers who were given free condoms has sparked a strong rebuke from police, a newspaper said on Monday. The Center for Disease Control in northeastern Harbin held the lecture last...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 17 Oct , 2006

5. NIAID Announces New Campaign to Raise Awareness of Preventive HIV Vaccine Research
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077660
Young Americans are Challenged to ?Be The Generation? that Ends the AIDS Epidemic: The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), one of the National Institutes of Health, today announced the launch of the ?Be The Generation?...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 17 Oct , 2006

6. Kenya: Aids Prevalence Drops Despite Cash Constraint
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077664
(All Africa.com).The HIV/Aids prevalence has declined from 6.1 per cent last year to 5.9 per cent this year, the National Aids Control Council (Nacc) has announced. NACC acting director Prof Alloys Orago on Wednesday said the improvement happened...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 17 Oct , 2006

7. Women Empower by the Queen of Jordan
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077486
The importance of empowering women by the point of view of Queen Rania of Jordan: Female literacy rates in Jordan currently stand at 85%; recent High School competency tests this year saw girls score better than ever before, and female enrollment...
Contribuido por Olivia Barata Cavalcanti el 16 Oct , 2006

8. Gender Equality as Smart Economics: A World Bank Gender Action Plan
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077483
Objective: To advance women?s economic empowerment in order to promote shared growth and MDG3?gender equality and women?s empowerment.
Contribuido por Brian Wilcox el 16 Oct , 2006

9. World Bank: Gender Action Plan
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077481
The World Bank today launched a new four-year, US$ 24.5 million plan to spur greater economic potential for women in key areas such as infrastructure, agriculture, and finance in developing countries. Called ?Gender Equality as Smart Economics,? the...
Contribuido por Brian Wilcox el 16 Oct , 2006

10. UNIFEM Annual Report - 30th Anniversary
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077476
The Annual Report documents UNIFEM's work to foster women's empowerment and gender equality around the world. The 2005-2006 report celebrates UNIFEM's 30th anniversary, highlighting the organization's accomplishments over the past "30 Years of...
Contribuido por Olivia Barata Cavalcanti el 16 Oct , 2006

11. Mali Interim National Development Strategy: An MDG Based Framework of Action
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077329
To meet the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by 2015, the GoM (Government of Mali) must secure the necessary Official Development Assistance (ODA) and systematically scale up and develop programs in gender, health, education, rural development,...
Contribuido por Henri-Leon Solomon el 14 Oct , 2006

12. Special Edition of Maitreyee
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077235
"The annual global Human Development Report (HDR) was first launched in 1990 with the single of putting people back at the center of the development process in terms of economic debate, policy and advocacy. This goal was both massive and simple, with...
Contribuido por emmanuel Asomba el 13 Oct , 2006

13. Girls? Education: A World Bank Priority
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077457
The World Bank is committed to fighting poverty and has embraced the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals as a World Bank priority. It has recognized the striking body of empirical evidence that demonstrates strong benefits of girls?...
Contribuido por Olivia Barata Cavalcanti el 16 Oct , 2006

14. ENTO - a European civil service training network
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077087
ENTO is a European network grouping together the local and regional authority training establishments of virtually all of the Council of Europe?s 46 member states. First thought up by the Council of Europe, ENTO has, since 1995, been an independent...
Contribuido por Giulia D'Amico el 13 Oct , 2006

15. MAWRED (?Modernising & Activating Women?s Role in Economic Development?)
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077061
MAWRED is an NGO dedicated to enhancing the capabilities of Syrian businesswomen.The incubator advises, directs and helps launch businesses that will independently contribute to the Syrian economy and the overall welfare of women and their role in...
Contribuido por Giulia D'Amico el 13 Oct , 2006

16. Social Assistance Policy Development and the Provision of a Decent Level of Income in Selected OECD Countries
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077619
"In many OECD countries, social assistance policy has a focus on promoting independence of claimants through social help and employment support policies. Nevertheless, financial support provided to address the immediate needs of households remains an...
Contribuido por emmanuel Asomba el 17 Oct , 2006

17. Operational Poverty Targeting in Peru - Proxy Means Testing with Non-Income Indicators
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077188
"The measurement of per capita daily expenditures relative to a monetary poverty line, also known as 'sophisticated means testing', is the most widely used approach to poverty assessment. However, it is reliant on the implementation of time- and...
Contribuido por emmanuel Asomba el 13 Oct , 2006

18. Decentralization and National Human Development Reports
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077202
"Decentralization is a complex process taking place in several developing and transition countries. Decentralization policies influence national and local change, and have a direct impact on institutions, communities and individuals. As such,...
Contribuido por emmanuel Asomba el 13 Oct , 2006

19. Women?s Lives and Experiences: Changes in the Past Ten Years
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077147
This summary of research findings from the Demographic and Health Surveys looks at 10 years of changes in women?s experiences since the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development in Cairo committed to improving women?s reproductive...
Contribuido por Erica Nybro el 13 Oct , 2006

20. The Context of Women?s Health: Results from the Demographic and Health Surveys, 1994-2001
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077145
The Context of Women?s Health: Results from the Demographic and Health Surveys, 1994-2001 (Comparative Report 11) This report compares key women?s health indicators in 46 countries throughout the world. The report explores the status of maternal...
Contribuido por Erica Nybro el 13 Oct , 2006

21. A roadmap for equality between women and men 2006-2010
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077797
The European Commission adopted a Roadmap for Equality between Women and Men covering the period 2006-2010. This Roadmap paves the way for new actions in combination with existing successful ones. It reflects the Commission's commitment and...
Contribuido por Barbara Iuliano el 18 Oct , 2006

22. DfID Case Studies
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077709
This website provides 154 case studies of how the United Kindom's Department for Internation Development "activities are making a difference - stories told by people whose lives have been changed, and insights from DFID staff." The case studies can...
Contribuido por John Daly el 17 Oct , 2006

23. Transforming Opportunities for Women Entrepreneurs - e-Biz Macedonia
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077929
Article from the DOT-COMments Newsletter (Issue 17, September 2006), by Janice Brodman (Education Development center). The dot-ORG e-BIZ Project in Macedonia uses ICT to stimulate the growth of the country?s small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in a...
Contribuido por ITAC Academy for International Development el 18 Oct , 2006

24. American Bar Association, Deputy Director Position - Middle East
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077730
The American Bar Association seeks to fill the position of Deputy Director Middle East Program. The Deputy Director assists the Director to manage and oversee the development the ABA's rule of law programs in the Middle East and North Africa, which...
Contribuido por Kathleen McEnany el 17 Oct , 2006

25. Trafficking in Persons : Global Patterns. UNODC, 2006
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077908
This United Nations report shows that virtually no country in the world is unaffected by the crime of human trafficking for sexual exploitation or forced labour. It underlines that global efforts to combat trafficking are being hampered by a lack of...
Contribuido por Barbara Iuliano el 18 Oct , 2006

26. e-Village Initiative - Jordan
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077859
Officially inaugurated in July 2006, the Government of Jordan's and United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM)'s e-Village initiative aims to bridge the digital divide between women and men living in rural and urban areas in Jordan through...
Contribuido por Olivia Barata Cavalcanti el 18 Oct , 2006

27. Obstetric Fistula: Guiding Principles for Clinical Management and Programme Development
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077922
Despite its devastating impact on the lives of girls and women, obstetric fistula is still largely neglected in the developing world. It has remained a 'hidden' condition, because it affects some of the most marginalized members of the...
Contribuido por Maribeth Lovegrove el 18 Oct , 2006

28. Program Director, Women and the Law Program (based in Jordan) (American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative)
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077741
The ABA seeks a Program Director to guide the development of a professional association for women legal professionals in MENA nations. In coordination with leading reformers from throughout the region, this project aims to create an active network...
Contribuido por Paulina Rudnicka el 17 Oct , 2006

29. Vacancy for Gender Coordinator
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077811
Research on Poverty Alleviation, REPOA, is seeking to hire a gender coordinator, to be based in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Their responsibilities will include: - Aiding the Gender Mainstreaming Working Group - Macro Policy?s effective engagement in the...
Contribuido por S Tiscenko el 18 Oct , 2006

30. Of War, Siege and Lebanon: Women's Voices from the Middle East and South Asia
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1077985
Of War, Siege and Lebanon: Women's voices from the Middle East and South Asia is a collective online publication of leading women activists, academicians and writers in the Middle East and South Asia, depicting their reactions to the wars and the...
Contribuido por Rahal Saeed el 19 Oct , 2006

Publicado por Boletin Development Gateway el 20 de Octubre, 2006, 23:20 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


Violencia: Deletrear la Piel

Amigos y amigas
 
El pasado martes, 19 de septiembre, hicimos el lanzamiento de 
 
DELETREAR LA PIEL 
Campaña por la verdad , la memoria, la justicia
y la reparación con sentido para las mujeres.
 
Esta campaña es un clamor contra el olvido, es la inquebrantable exigencia por procesos de verdad, justicia y reparación que reconforten el dolor, las pérdidas y el desamparo de tantas víctimas.
 
Queremos invitarles a unirse a esta iniciativa y compartir con ustedes algunas fotos de lo que fue este día de lanzamiento.
 
Si quieren conocer un poco mas de esta campaña los y las invitamos a visitar la página www.mujeresquecrean.org
 
 
Las imágenes anexas hacen parte del Archivo de la Campaña y fueron tomadas por Oliva Inés Montoya.
También se envía una de las imágenes de "El Lugar de la Memoria", serie de fotografías realizada por Juan Fernando Ospina para la Campaña

Publicado por Ana Claudia V/Patagonia Ciber Fem el 20 de Octubre, 2006, 22:53 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


NEW HIGHLIGHT AND DISCUSSION FORUM: International Day of the

Development Gateway Foundation
dgCommunities: Poverty
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty?intcmp=923
October 16, 2006

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1. NEW HIGHLIGHT AND DISCUSSION FORUM: International Day of the
Eradication of Poverty: October 17th
2. RESOURCES
3. dgCommunities Member Survey, Fall 2006
4. NEW dgSURVEY FOR SPECIAL REPORT ABOUT YOUTH
5. PARTNERSHIPS: Become a dgPOVERTY COOPERATING ORGANIZATION!
6. BECOME A dgTRADE GUIDE!
7. MEMBER DIRECTORY: Update Your Profile for Networking & Collaboration
8. DISTRIBUTE YOUR CONTENT
9. VIRTUAL CONSULTATION FOR INTER-AMERICAN MINISTERIAL MEETING ON
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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Dear dgPoverty Member,

Welcome to your newsletter from the Poverty Community of the
Development Gateway.

Emmanuel Asomba
dgPoverty Guide

Carmen V. Caballero
dgPoverty Content Coordinator
ccaballero@dgfoundation.org


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1. NEW HIGHLIGHT AnD DISCUSSION FORUM: International Day of the
Eradication of Poverty: October 17th
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On October 17th 2006, we conmemorate the International Day of the
Eradication of Poverty and the end of the first Decade of the Eradication of
Poverty proclamed by the United Nations on 1996. The main objective of
this first UN Decade for the Eradication of Poverty was "to achieve the
goal of eradicating absolute poverty and reducing overall poverty
substantially in the world through decisive national actions and
international cooperation in implementing fully and effectively the relevant
resolutions and decisions of the United Nations".

On this past year the UN has conducted a survey to measure the impact
of the decade on governments and UN Agencies activities against poverty.
Obviuosly the main objective of this iniciative has not been achieved
but this kind of manifestation is undoubtely necessary if we want to
raise global awareness about the importance of poverty eradication.

Furthermore, and based partially on the Survey results, the Division of
Social Policy, in collaboration with United Nations agencies and civil
society, is organising an international forum to mark the end of this
first UN Decade for the Eradication of Poverty. As the closing event,
the Forum will address the key developments in policy and practice of the
last ten years. However, the organizers declare that the main purpose
of the Forum won't be to reflect on the past but to look forward "in
order to identify the main challenges ahead and the concrete and
sustainable strategies to combat poverty in its various dimensions over the next
ten years."

Read this highlight visiting:
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty/highlights/
viewHighlight.do~activeHighlightId=111063?intcmp=923

Discussion Forum: Give your Comments!
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty/discussion/default/
showDiscussion.do~id=2711?intcmp=923


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2. RESOURCES
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- Official Website of the International Day for the Eradication of
Poverty 2006

http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty/rc/ItemDetail.do~1076553?intcmp=923

- International Forum on the Eradication of Poverty

http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty/calendar/
showCalendarItemDetails.do~activeCalendarItem=15018139?intcmp=923

- About the International Decade for the Eradication of Poverty

http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty/rc/ItemDetail.do~1076551?intcmp=923

- Review of the international day for the eradication of poverty

http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty/rc/ItemDetail.do~1076555?intcmp=923

- Give your opinion on our dgPoverty Forum related to this Event

http://topics.developmentgateway.org/poverty/discussion/default/
showDiscussion.do?id=2711&intcmp=923

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3. dgCommunities Member Survey, Fall 2006
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You're invited to participate in our first survey of the entire
dgCommunities membership! Our aim is to obtain invaluable feedback from the
community as a whole. You are part of a worldwide practitioner community
that is well over 36,000 strong - won't you add your voice by taking
just a few minutes to complete our multiple choice survey questions at
(http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=458122624514)? We know there is
much more we can do to provide a platform that facilitates your work and
assists you in achieving a greater impact. With this survey, you can
play an integral role in the decision making process regarding
enhancements to the dgCommunities platform going forward. This is your platform
and your community. We look forward to your advice, guidance, and
suggestions! Please access the survey at
(http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=458122624514).


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4. NEW dgSURVEY FOR SPECIAL REPORT ABOUT YOUTH
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More than 1.3 billion young people between the ages of 12 and 24 years
old now live in the developing world. "Empowering the Next Generation:
Youth in the Developing World" is a Development Gateway Special Report
will take a look at the prospects for youth from developing countries
in four sectors: governance, employment, healthcare, and ICT.

Be part of the Report! Tell us your stories about how youth are
changing the developing world. Please take our survey by November 6, 2006, to
make sure your answers are considered for featuring in the Special
Report to be launched on December 4, 2006.

To take the survey "Empowering the Next Generation," click here
http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.asp?u=42292693415


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5. PARTNERSHIPS: Become a dgPOVERTY COOPERATING ORGANIZATION!
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Dear Members,

Are you looking for a way to increase your organization s or your own
web presence and leverage the Internet for greater development impact?
Would you like to play a leading role in facilitating online knowledge
exchange & collaboration among development practitioners?

If so, we invite you to consider becoming a Cooperating Organization
Guide on the Development Gateway! If interested in knowing more about
this collaborative opportunity with the Development Gateway, please
contact us at ccaballero@dgfoundation.org



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6. BECOME A POVERTY GUIDE!
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Dear Members,

Are you looking for a way to increase your organization s or your own
web presence and leverage the Internet for greater development impact?
Would you like to play a leading role in facilitating online knowledge
exchange & collaboration among development practitioners?

If so, we invite you to consider becoming a volunteer topic Guide on
the Development Gateway!

In an effort to widely distribute rich content and diverse perspectives
through our portal, the Development Gateway has established many
exciting partnerships. Guides play a key role in this regard, and collaborate
with us to bring high value content to dgCommunities, and to stimulate
discussion and collaboration among our members.

What are the benefits of being a Guide?

-Online visibility and international exposure: The Development
Gateway's total membership exceeds 180,000 registered users worldwide; more
than half reside in developing countries; Guide organization logos are
prominently featured on dgCommunities homepages with links to Guide
profiles and homepage; Guide authorship of feature articles and newsletters
will be acknowledged and include links to Guide homepage

-Free training in online knowledge/content management, marketing,
community building, and development communications: we'll provide expert
training in our content management system and in operational best
practices we've learned during 6 years of experience

-Networking through service to our community of over 35,000 registered
dgCommunities members and 200 partner organizations from 150 countries:
Proactive Guides have the opportunity to form many useful connections
and relationships in the dgCommunities they serve and with the
Development Gateway community as a whole

What are the "tools of the trade" for serving as a topic Guide?

Organizations or individuals interested in the Guide opportunity should
have access to a computer with high-speed internet connection. Guides
should be able to commit a minimum of 2 hours a week for 6 months-1
year, post 10 resources per week, approve / reject other contents and
provide a brief highlight. They can also recruit new cooperating
organizations and advisors.

The Guide or the point of contact within the Guide organization who
will operate the dgCommunities platform should have the following
skillset:
-Strong commitment to development issues and minimum 3 years of
relevant experience
-Excellent research and writing skills
-Proficiency in English
-Ability to work independently
-Good computer and Internet skills

Interested in becoming a dgPoverty Guide? Simply send an email and
request a dgPoverty Guide Candidate form to ccaballero@dgfoundation.org.

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7. NEW MEMBER DIRECTORY - UPDATE YOUR MEMBER PROFILE!
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With over 30,000 registered dgCommunities members, the Member Directory
provides a one-stop shop for key contacts and collaboration worldwide.
We invite you to take advantage of this unprecedented collaborative
tool and add your profile today!

Our new Member Directory enables you to more easily contact fellow
professionals in the international development community for expert advice,
information, and collaboration. You will be able to find development
practitioners from over 200 countries, with interests and expertise in
dozens of areas, including your own! We invite you to update your member
profile to let your colleagues in development know more about your
interests and expertise. You'll find the profiles very useful when using
the Member Directory to communicate and collaborate with fellow members
on your next program or project. From
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Mensaje del Secretario General de la ONU- Día Internacional para la Erradicación de la Pobreza

Mensaje del Secretario General sobre el Día Internacional para la Erradicación de la Pobreza

17 de octubre de 2006

El tema del Día Internacional para la Erradicación de la Pobreza de este año, “Juntos contra la pobreza”, pone de relieve la necesidad de una alianza verdaderamente mundial en la lucha contra la pobreza, en la que participen de manera activa tanto los países desarrollados como los países en desarrollo.

El mundo ha realizado progresos reales, pero insuficientes, en la consecución de los objetivos de desarrollo del Milenio. Aunque la pobreza extrema disminuyó apreciablemente entre 1990 y 2002 —del 28% al 19% de la población del mundo en desarrollo—, los progresos han sido desiguales de unas regiones y unos países a otros y dentro de ellos. En gran parte de Asia, los avances económicos y sociales han permitido salir de una pobreza perpetua casi a 250 millones de personas. En cambio, las tasas de pobreza no han variado en Asia occidental y África del Norte, mientras que en las economías en transición de Europa oriental y Asia central han aumentado. El África subsahariana es la región más rezagada, donde es poco probable que se logre el objetivo de desarrollo del Milenio de reducir la pobreza extrema a la mitad para 2015.

Es preciso desplegar más esfuerzos para hacer frente a la pobreza y el subdesarrollo. Las negociaciones comerciales de Doha deben culminar en un comercio más libre y justo para todos. Los países desarrollados han de cumplir los compromisos asumidos en relación con la asistencia oficial para el desarrollo (AOD) y el alivio de la deuda. Por su parte, los países en desarrollo deben dar prioridad a los objetivos de desarrollo del Milenio y, si no lo han hecho todavía, adoptar estrategias nacionales por lograrlos. Deben emplear las corrientes de AOD para aumentar de manera sostenible sus capacidades nacionales, haciendo hincapié en una mejor gobernanza y el imperio de la ley. Y los países que ya están en camino de conseguir los objetivos pueden apuntar aún más alto fijándose metas incluso más ambiciosas.

Lamentablemente, la “alianza mundial para el desarrollo” es más teórica que práctica. Esta situación tiene que cambiar. Todos los agentes fundamentales del desarrollo —gobiernos, sector privado, sociedad civil y personas que viven en la pobreza— deben iniciar un esfuerzo verdaderamente colectivo contra la pobreza que eleve el nivel de vida y alivie los sufrimientos humanos.

La campaña destinada a hacer de la pobreza historia —un desafío moral básico de nuestra época— no puede ser tarea de unos pocos; debe congregar a la mayoría. Con ocasión de este Día Internacional para la Erradicación de la Pobreza, exhorto a todos a que se sumen a la lucha. Juntos podemos realizar progresos reales y suficientes para acabar con la pobreza.

Publicado por ONU/Patagonia Ciber Fem el 17 de Octubre, 2006, 19:41 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


DECLARACIÓN LEVANTATE CONTRA LA POBREZA

DECLARACIÓN LEVANTATE CONTRA LA POBREZA!

 

Nos hemos levantado aquí, con orgullo, como miembros de la generación que se propone vencer la pobreza extrema, el reto más grande de nuestros tiempos.

 

Nos levantamos ahora porque no deseamos encontrarnos cara a cara con la próxima generación y tener que decirles: “sabíamos que millones de personas estaban muriendo innecesariamente cada año, pero nos quedamos sin hacer nada”.

 

No podemos permanecer sentados sabiendo que, por ejemplo, un niño que nace hoy en un país pobre está condenado a morir 30 años antes que un niño que nace en un país rico. Ha llegado la hora de  terminar con esta tragedia.

 

Nos levantamos porque no estamos pidiendo caridad, sino justicia. Porque sabemos que, en nuestro nombre, los líderes del mundo ya prometieron acabar con esta situación hace seis años. Sus  promesas se llamaron los Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio.    

 

Lo que se necesita es la voluntad política para alcanzar y superar  los Objetivos del Milenio.

 

Por ello, nosotros, cientos de miles de  personas conscientes, de más de 100 países, nos LEVANTAMOS  para decirles a los líderes de los países ricos  que den la talla. Que luchen para mantener sus promesas de cancelar la deuda externa, de otorgar más y mejor asistencia al

desarrollo y garantizar normas justas de comercio internacional  que ayuden a luchar contra la pobreza. Ustedes saben lo que se necesita hacer – háganlo.

 

También,nos levantamos frente a los líderes de los países pobres para decirles que también ellos tienen que dar la talla . Que adopten como su principal responsabilidad  salvar las vidas de sus ciudadanos más pobres. Les pedimos que  sus administraciones sean transparentes y responsables en la gestión del dinero público, que combatan la desigualdad y que erradiquen la corrupción. Ustedes saben lo que se necesita hacer –háganlo.

 

Cada generación ha tenido sus batallas, Como la que luchó en contra de la esclavitud o la que lo hizo contra  la segregación racial. Estas batallas  parecían imposibles de vencer, pero la historia nos ha demostrado una y otra vez que estas batallas se pueden  ganar si suficientes personas se unen y se levantan contra la injusticia.

 

Hoy tratamos establecer un récord por el mayor número de personas que se levantan para exigir acciones contra la pobreza –pero con lo que nos gustaría realmente romper es con el récord mundial de promesas rotas y la costumbre de ignorar a los pobres.

 

Somos seis mil millones de voces y queremos justicia ahora. Sin  excusas.No las toleraremos.

Publicado por Patagonia Ciber Fem el 17 de Octubre, 2006, 19:08 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


Promover la autonomía de las mujeres e impulsar las economías.

Promover la autonomía de las mujeres e impulsar las economías

Nuevo plan anuncia que la igualdad de género es una medida económica inteligente

Prensa Banco Mundial/Patagonia Ciber Fem

6 de octubre de 2006—En 1999, 35 mujeres de la aislada isla de Char Montaz en Bangladesh descubrieron que las cosas podrían ser muy distintas en su comunidad si se dedicaban a los negocios.

Ignoraron las críticas que las acusaban de estar violando las reglas de la sociedad por trabajar fuera del hogar y crearon la empresa de lámparas de corriente continua Women’s DC Lamp Enterprise con la ayuda de financiamiento del Banco Mundial y el Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo, además del apoyo de la organización no gubernamental Prokaushali Sangsad Limited (PSL).

Las mujeres fabricaron lámparas de corriente continua alimentadas por baterías para reemplazar los faroles de queroseno que se usaban petróleo usados habitualmente en los hogares de la isla pero que eran conocidos por ser una fuente de contaminación intradomiciliaria.

Y mientras aprendían a dominar la fabricación de lámparas, también se ejercitaban en control de calidad, formación de empresas y comercialización.

Muy pronto, los que antes las criticaban se transformaron en sus clientes. En el transcurso de dos años, llevaron luz y energía limpia de bajo costo a más de 1.200 hogares, tiendas y botes y a 300 negocios. Las tiendas permanecieron abiertas por más horas, los niños dedicaron más tiempo a sus deberes escolares en el hogar y los ingresos aumentaron 30%.

Hoy, el proyecto Oportunidad para mujeres en la utilización de tecnologías de energía renovable en Bangladesh y otros proyectos similares se consideran una prueba clara de que el desarrollo y las oportunidades económicas para la mujer pueden y deben ir de la mano y que dar participación a la mujer puede tener enormes efectos en la economía de un país.

Es la lógica en que se basa el nuevo Plan de acción en asuntos relativos al género de cuatro años y US$24,5 millones, el que pretende ayudar a la mujer a ocupar un lugar más importante en la economía de las naciones en desarrollo y de ingreso medio.

El plan de Igualdad de género como medida económica inteligente fue anunciado el mes pasado por Paul Wolfowitz, presidente del Banco Mundial, en las Reuniones anuales del FMI y del Banco Mundial realizadas en Singapur.

El plan sostiene que la igualdad entre los sexos en el campo laboral es una medida económica sensata y detalla diversos medios para promover la autonomía de la mujer en el mundo en desarrollo con la ayuda del Banco.

Este plan se ha ganado el decidido respaldo de los donantes. Heidemarie Wieczorek-Zeul, ministra germana de cooperación económica y desarrollo internacional, acompañó a Wolfowitz cuando éste dio a conocer el plan en Singapur y patrocinará una conferencia complementaria sobre la habilitación económica de la mujer y el Plan de acción en asuntos relativos al género a principios del año 2007. Por su parte, Noruega ha sido un asociado importante en la preparación del plan y ha manifestado su interés por apoyar la puesta en marcha tan pronto se inicien sus actividades.

El plan aumenta los recursos dedicados a las cuestiones que afectan a la mujer en las operaciones y la asistencia técnica del Banco y aumenta la investigación y la recopilación de estadísticas acerca de los efectos generados por los obstáculos económicos por motivos de género en la economía de un país.

De manera específica, el plan pretende aumentar la participación de la mujer en infraestructura, finanzas, desarrollo del sector privado y agricultura, áreas que tienen una relación directa con el crecimiento económico, señala Mayra Buvinic, directora sectorial del Banco en asuntos relativos a género y desarrollo.

El plan también financia nuevas investigaciones acerca del efecto de la participación o falta de participación de la mujer en la fuerza laboral, investigaciones que asimismo recomendarán medios para eliminar los obstáculos que impiden la habilitación económica de la mujer.

“Deseamos examinar las condiciones de la participación de la mujer en mercados específicos (laboral, crediticio, de la tierra, además de espíritu y autoría empresarial) que impiden el crecimiento”, afirma Andrew Morrison, economista en jefe en asuntos de género y desarrollo.

Morrison sostiene que los investigadores del Banco buscan determinar, por ejemplo, cómo se ve afectado el crecimiento por la imposibilidad de la mujer de obtener créditos, tener títulos de propiedad o acceder a tecnologías.

“Deseamos documentarlo, porque al fundamentar y analizar detalladamente los obstáculos que enfrenta la mujer cuando quiere participar en estos mercados esenciales, podemos identificar políticas adecuadas para incrementar su acceso a esos mercados”.

'No es una situación inteligente desde el punto de vista económico'

Si bien se ha avanzado significativamente en los últimos 30 años en mejorar la salud y la educación de la mujer, en muchas partes del mundo ésta todavía se mueve por la periferia de la economía, condenada a realizar trabajos segregados mal pagados o bien excluida del todo de la fuerza laboral, dice Buvinic.

“Hoy las mujeres reciben mucho más educación que hace un decenio y están mucho más saludables, pero no pueden aprovechar plenamente su educación en el mercado laboral, porque aún tienen muy pocas oportunidades de trabajo”, sostiene Buvinic.

“No es una situación inteligente desde un punto de vista económico”, agrega.

Los obstáculos que enfrentan las mujeres difieren entre un país y otro y pueden ser de naturaleza cultural, jurídica o el resultado de inveteradas prácticas o costumbres comerciales. Las mujeres jóvenes viven momentos muchos más difíciles en su transición de la escuela al trabajo que los hombres jóvenes y habitualmente reciben salarios muchos más bajos, afirma Buvinic.

“A pesar de los grandes avances logrados en algunos países, se mantiene la diferencia entre el salario que ganan mujeres y hombres”, declara. “La diferencia suele explicarse en parte debido a falta de experiencia o educación, pero siempre existe una diferencia residual que probablemente se deba a la discriminación”.

Las cifras demuestran que la falta de oportunidades económicas para la mujer perpetúa la pobreza, señala Buvinic. Pero al mismo tiempo indican que mayores oportunidades para ellas se traducen en más oportunidades para sus hijos y en beneficios para toda la sociedad.

“Asimismo, cada vez hay más datos que apuntan a una relación directa entre mejores condiciones económicas para la mujer y mayor crecimiento del país”, afirma Buvinic.

Estas pruebas replican la conclusión más importante del Informe sobre Desarrollo Mundial 2006 del Banco publicado hace un año, que constataba que “hacer que los mercados funcionen de manera más equitativa para los sexos puede aumentar considerablemente la productividad y los ingresos de la mujer y contribuir al crecimiento económico”.

“La consecución de igualdad entre los sexos tiene sentido comercial para una institución de desarrollo”, explica Buvinic. “Es justamente el énfasis del plan: que la igualdad de género es positiva per se, pero que es asimismo indispensable para cumplir otros objetivos y es fundamental para luchar contra la pobreza y lograr crecimiento compartido por todos”.

Mayra Buvinic pronostica que el Plan de acción en asuntos relativos al género recibirá un fuerte apoyo “en un amplio espectro de países en desarrollo, porque encara temáticas de la mujer que afectan por igual a una gran variedad de países y circunstancias económicas dispares. Las problemáticas que busca abordar el plan son igualmente importantes en estados frágiles como en países de ingreso bajo y medio”.

Publicado por Prensa Banco Mundial/Patagonia Ciber Fem el 17 de Octubre, 2006, 19:04 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


Record Guiness: Levantate contra la Pobreza

23.542.614 personas se Levantan Contra la Pobreza
2006/10/17 11:11:20.547 GMT+2

United Kingdom/Llamamiento Mundial contra la pobreza/Patagonia Ciber Fem

El Récord Mundial Guinness, pulverizado

En un único día, la impresionante cifra de 23 millones y medio de personas de más de 100 países del mundo han establecido un nuevo Récord Mundial Guinness por el mayor número de personas “LEVANTADAS CONTRA LA POBREZA”.

Hinchas de críquet en India; niños escolares en Gaza y Cisjordania; multitudes en un concierto en las chabolas de Zimbabwe y en Times Square en Nueva York se unieron para participar en este intento de récord mundial del 15 al 16 de octubre, coordinado por el Llamado Mundial a la Acción contra la Pobreza y la Campaña del Milenio de la ONU. Unidas, todas estas personas se pusieron en pie frente al hotel más alto del mundo en Dubai; en estadios de fútbol en España y México; en iglesias de África y escuelas de todo el mundo, incluso en China.

La cifra del Récord Mundial fue anunciada hoy (17 de octubre), día internacional para la erradicación de la pobreza, en acontecimientos celebrados en las Naciones Unidas en Nueva York, Londres, Johannesburgo, Milán y Nairobi, tras la confirmación oficial por el Guinness World Records.

Ciudadanos de todo el mundo se han levantado para exigir acción contra la pobreza, por la igualdad y para que se alcancen y excedan los Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio. La voz del pueblo se hace cada vez más fuerte: los gobiernos pueden y deben hacer más. No descansaremos hasta que no se haya puesto fin a la pobre

Publicado por Patagonia Ciber Fem el 17 de Octubre, 2006, 18:37 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


17 de Octubre "Dia Internacional para la Erradicación de la Pobreza"

Día Internacional para la Erradicación
de la Pobreza

La observancia del Día Internacional para la Erradicación de la Pobreza se remonta al 17 de octubre de 1987. Ese día, más de cien mil personas se congregaron en Trocadero, en París, donde en 1948 se había firmado la Declaración Universal de Derechos Humanos, para rendir homenaje a las víctimas de la pobreza extrema, la violencia y el hambre. Proclamaron que la pobreza es una violación de los derechos humanos y afirmaron la necesidad de aunar esfuerzos para garantizar el respeto de esos derechos. Estos principios están inscritos en una losa conmemorativa que se descubrió aquel día. Desde entonces, personas de toda condición, creencia y origen social se reúnen el 17 de octubre de cada año para renovar su compromiso y mostrar su solidaridad con los pobres. Se han descubierto réplicas de la losa conmemorativa en todo el mundo, que sirven de punto de encuentro para celebrar el Día Internacional para la Erradicación de la Pobreza. Una de esas réplicas está ubicada en el jardín de la Sede de las Naciones Unidas y es el lugar donde se celebra la conmemoración anual que organiza la Secretaría de las Naciones Unidas en Nueva York.

Mediante su resolución 47/196, aprobada el 22 de diciembre de 1992, la Asamblea General declaró el 17 de octubre Día Internacional para la Erradicación de la Pobreza e invitó a todos los Estados a que dediquen el Día a presentar y promover, según proceda en el contexto nacional, actividades concretas de erradicación de la pobreza y la indigencia. La resolución también invita a las organizaciones intergubernamentales y no gubernamentales a que ayuden a los Estados, cuando estos lo soliciten, a organizar actividades nacionales para la observancia del Día, y pide al Secretario General que adopte las medidas necesarias, en el marco de los recursos existentes, para velar por el éxito de la observancia por las Naciones Unidas del Día Internacional para la Erradicación de la Pobreza.

El 17 de octubre representa una oportunidad para reconocer el esfuerzo y la lucha de las personas que viven en la pobreza, una ocasión para que den a conocer sus problemas y un momento para reconocer que las personas pobres son las primeras en luchar contra la pobreza. La participación de los propios pobres ha tenido una importancia fundamental en la celebración del Día Internacional para la Erradicación de la Pobreza desde un principio. La conmemoración del 17 de octubre también refleja la voluntad de las personas que viven en la pobreza de utilizar sus conocimientos para contribuir a erradicar la pobreza.

Publicado por Consultora Ana Claudia Vaughan el 17 de Octubre, 2006, 18:20 ~ Comentar ~ Referencias (0)


45 nuevos recursos en Género y Desarrollo

Actualización de contenido - Género y Desarrollo en el Development Gateway
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45 {totalItems} nuevos recursos en la página Género y Desarrollo del Development Gateway
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender

1. Training Program on Implementation of Reproductive Health Assessment Toolkit for Conflict-Affected Women.
2. The Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Program (MCH EPI) - Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
3. Revised Recommendations for HIV Testing of Adults, Adolescents, and Pregnant Women in Health-Care Settings
4. Fred H. Bixby Fellowship Program - Population Council
5. Population Council - Frontiers: Highlighting Marital HIV Risk and Promoting Premarital VCT in Nyanza, Kenya.
6. Population Council - Gender, Family and Development Program.
7. Gender and Family Dynamics - Power in Relationships
8. Brazil?s Program H - Involving Men in Sexual Health and Safety Programs
9. Preventing HIV and Partner Violence: Research Guides Design of Peer Education and Drama Components in Tanzania
10. Population Council - Ebert Program on Critical Issues in Reproductive Health
11. Gender Guidelines Water Supply and Sanitation: Supplement to the Guide to Gender and Development
12. Huairou Commission AIDS and Governance Brief
13. ?Business as unusual?: Call for proposals for the Seed Award 2007
14. El Agora
15. Maputo Plan of Action for the Operationalisation of the Continental Policy Framework for SRH and Rights 2007-2010
16. World Rural Women's Day 2006 - Rural Women: Leaders of Tomorrow (15 October 2006)
17. Engaging with Fragile States: An IEG Review of World Bank Support to Low-Income Countries Under Stress
18. Youth as a Catalyst for Peace: Helping Youth Develop the Vision, Skills, and Behaviors to Promote Peace
19. Advocacy to Accelerate Ethical Research and Global Delivery of AIDS Vaccines
20. Was the ?ABC? Approach (Abstinence, Being Faithful, Using Condoms) Responsible for Uganda's Decline in HIV?
21. DRC: Sexual Violence, Lack of Healthcare Spreads HIV/AIDS Among Pygmies
22. "Gender for Journalists"
23. PeaceWomen: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
24. Coming out in Arabic
25. Forgotten Casualties of War: Girls in Armed Conflict
26. Indigenous Community Women?s Leadership Program
27. Asia Pacific Health Resources
28. Development Marketplace 2007
29. NEW DISCUSSION FORUM: How Will the World Address the Need for 1.3 Billion Youth to Compete for 300 Million Jobs?
30. World Vision's HIV/AIDS Hope Initiative
31. Condom Bindas Bol - India Launches New Condom Campaign
32. SACDS-Social Action for Community Development Society
33. Youth Action For Change - Italy
34. Action for Women Aid and Justice (AAWAJ) - India.
35. Gender Advisor, Wellington, New Zealand
36. Listen to Us: Land Ownership and Property Control : Grassroots Women Document Innovations in Practice
37. Women in Local Government
38. The 3rd Biennial International Leading Practices Symposium
39. The World Bank Gender Action Plan
40. Bulgarian Gender Research Foundation
41. Cinderella or Cyberella? By Nancy Hafkin and Sophia Huyer ( Kumarian Press, June 2006).
42. Internet & ICTs for Social Justice and Development News - Grace Project
43. Internet & ICTs for Social Justice and Development - Women's Hub
44. Cereal Banks Provide Food Security During Niger's Lean Season
45. Accelerating the Education of Girls and Women in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Development Imperative
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1. Training Program on Implementation of Reproductive Health Assessment Toolkit for Conflict-Affected Women.
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1074813
The Reproductive Health for Refugees Activity of the Division of Reproductive Health announces a full day training opportunity on how to implement the Reproductive Health Assessment Toolkit for Conflict-Affected Women. The Toolkit provides tools for...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 30 Sep , 2006

2. The Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Program (MCH EPI) - Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1074815
The Maternal and Child Health Epidemiology Program (MCH EPI) is a collaborative effort between the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Health Resources and Services Administration. Since 1987, MCH EPI has assigned more than 30 career...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 30 Sep , 2006

3. Revised Recommendations for HIV Testing of Adults, Adolescents, and Pregnant Women in Health-Care Settings
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1074819
The material in this report originated in the National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention (proposed), Kevin A. Fenton, MD, PhD, Director; and the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, Timothy D. Mastro, MD, (Acting) Director....
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 30 Sep , 2006

4. Fred H. Bixby Fellowship Program - Population Council
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1074824
The Population Council has created a new fellowship program to expand opportunities for recently trained population specialists and biomedical researchers. The Council's Fred H. Bixby Fellowship Program is a ten-year program, beginning in January...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 30 Sep , 2006

5. Population Council - Frontiers: Highlighting Marital HIV Risk and Promoting Premarital VCT in Nyanza, Kenya.
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1074829
Kenya: FRONTIERS is working with PATH in Nyanza, western Kenya, to design and implement an intervention to increase awareness of the association between increased risk of HIV/AIDS and early marriage. About 25 percent of girls in Kenya are married...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 30 Sep , 2006

6. Population Council - Gender, Family and Development Program.
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Through program experiments, research, publications, and policy dialogue, the Gender, Family and Development Program (GFD) is a leader in highlighting the social determinants of reproductive and sexual health. GFD aims to demonstrate, in practice,...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 30 Sep , 2006

7. Gender and Family Dynamics - Power in Relationships
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For some time the Population Council's Gender, Family, and Development (GFD) program has fostered exploration of how gender and power imbalances between men and women affect reproductive and sexual decisionmaking behavior, care seeking, safety, and...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 30 Sep , 2006

8. Brazil?s Program H - Involving Men in Sexual Health and Safety Programs
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Throughout the world gender norms?societal messages that dictate appropriate or expected behavior for males and females?play an important role in the spread of HIV infection, particularly among young people who are beginning their involvement in...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 30 Sep , 2006

9. Preventing HIV and Partner Violence: Research Guides Design of Peer Education and Drama Components in Tanzania
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1074855
In 2001, researchers from the Horizons Program and Muhimbili University in Tanzania published a disturbing finding. Among women attending an HIV voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) center in Dar es Salaam, young HIV-positive women (under 30 years...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 30 Sep , 2006

10. Population Council - Ebert Program on Critical Issues in Reproductive Health
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1074860
For more than 16 years, the Population Council?s Robert H. Ebert Program on Critical Issues in Reproductive Health has been pursuing innovative research strategies to address neglected or marginalized issues that affect the reproductive health and...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 30 Sep , 2006

11. Gender Guidelines Water Supply and Sanitation: Supplement to the Guide to Gender and Development
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Addressing the different priorities of men and women in WSS activities improves the quality and sustainability of WSS projects, for example: - Women?s needs for water become more of a project focus. These needs are often related to small-scale...
Contribuido por Emmanuel Habumuremyi el 30 Sep , 2006

12. Huairou Commission AIDS and Governance Brief
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Grassroots women and local authorities are partnering to create effective responses to HIV/AIDS in their communities, and to ensure that the millions of dollars flowing to Africa through decentralized funding mechanisms are being effectively used....
Contribuido por Shannon Hayes el 28 Sep , 2006

13. ?Business as unusual?: Call for proposals for the Seed Award 2007
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The Supporting Entrepreneurs for Environment and Development (Seed) Initiative calls for proposals from locally driven partnerships that promote economic growth, social development, and environmental stewardship for the second round of its biennial...
Contribuido por Marianne Henkel el 28 Sep , 2006

14. El Agora
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1074392
The Agora is a non-profit civil association. It is a space for action and reflection which seeks for the recovery of the principles of human security as a concept that integrates and articulates the different fields for a better quality of life. El...
Contribuido por Carmen Villegas Caballero el 26 Sep , 2006

15. Maputo Plan of Action for the Operationalisation of the Continental Policy Framework for SRH and Rights 2007-2010
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1074271
"This Maputo Plan of Action for the Operationalisation of the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Continental Policy Framework seeks to take the continent forward towards the goal of universal access to comprehensive sexual and reproductive...
Contribuido por Maribeth Lovegrove el 25 Sep , 2006

16. World Rural Women's Day 2006 - Rural Women: Leaders of Tomorrow (15 October 2006)
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1074386
The future benefits of women's involvement in leadership positions will not be realized without considerable global effort. Although women's representation in decision making roles has improved, women are still under represented in every country of...
Contribuido por JEAN-CHARLES LE VALLÉE el 26 Sep , 2006

17. Engaging with Fragile States: An IEG Review of World Bank Support to Low-Income Countries Under Stress
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1074345
According to a new report from the World Bank Independent Evaluation Group (IEG), fragile states pose some of the toughest development challenges. Concern is growing about the ability of these countries to reach the Millennium Development Goals, as...
Contribuido por Julius P. Gwyer el 26 Sep , 2006

18. Youth as a Catalyst for Peace: Helping Youth Develop the Vision, Skills, and Behaviors to Promote Peace
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075099
This brochure presents experiences and lessons learned from The Academy for Educational Development (AED) in working towards promoting peacebuilding through youth development. According to the publication, AED has found that youth are more likely to...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 02 Oct , 2006

19. Advocacy to Accelerate Ethical Research and Global Delivery of AIDS Vaccines
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075197
In 2005 alone, five million people were infected with HIV and three million people died as a result of AIDS. Over 40 million people across the globe are infected with HIV/AIDS today and 14,000 new infections occur every day. While efforts continue to...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 02 Oct , 2006

20. Was the ?ABC? Approach (Abstinence, Being Faithful, Using Condoms) Responsible for Uganda's Decline in HIV?
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075209
The debate, led by Elaine M. Murphy, Margaret E. Greene, Alexandra Mihailovic, and Peter Olupot-Olupot covers Uganda - one of the few African countries where rates of HIV infection have fallen, from about 15 percent in the early 1990s to about five...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 02 Oct , 2006

21. DRC: Sexual Violence, Lack of Healthcare Spreads HIV/AIDS Among Pygmies
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075216
CHOMBO, 13 September (PLUSNEWS) - The forest people of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), marginalised at the best of times, were easy targets for the marauding soldiers and militiamen that reduced the eastern provinces to one of the world's...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 02 Oct , 2006

22. "Gender for Journalists"
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075271
This 'Gender for Journalists' toolkit is based on training workshops and seminars given by the author in Africa, the Caribbean, South and South East Asia and the Middle East. It is designed to make its users aware of the areas where women are...
Contribuido por John Daly el 02 Oct , 2006

23. PeaceWomen: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075023
The PeaceWomen Project monitors and works toward rapid and full implementation of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace and security.

Contribuido por Sharon Haba el 01 Oct , 2006

24. Coming out in Arabic
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075227
Brian Whitaker of The Observer reports on a lesbian group's struggle for acceptance in the Middle East. The reporter takes readers through the lifestyle of lesbians in the Middle East and how the emailing list helped to strengthen their survival in a...
Contribuido por Sharon Haba el 02 Oct , 2006

25. Forgotten Casualties of War: Girls in Armed Conflict
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075050
When people speak of ?child soldiers,? what readily comes to mind is a male child in arms. But nearly half of all children associated with armed groups are girls. Thus this report highlights an aspect of armed conflict that has received little or no...
Contribuido por Chijioke Evoh el 02 Oct , 2006

26. Indigenous Community Women?s Leadership Program
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075017
Each year the Indigenous Community Women?s Leadership Program (ICWLP) supports and develops around 70 women who have leadership capacity and are already making a contribution to their communities. The women are coached and supported by skilled and...
Contribuido por Sharon Haba el 01 Oct , 2006

27. Asia Pacific Health Resources
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075286
This site provides information and resources for health practitioners and development workers in the Asia Pacific region. The site will benefit people involved in public health and health promotion initiatives, government health authorities, and...
Contribuido por Sarah Jones el 03 Oct , 2006

28. Development Marketplace 2007
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075387
DM2007 is offering US$4 Million in awards for proposals with innovative ideas to improve health, nutrition, population outcomes of poor people in developing countries. How to Apply: Review the 2007 Competition Guidelines. 1] DM2007 Competition...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 03 Oct , 2006

29. NEW DISCUSSION FORUM: How Will the World Address the Need for 1.3 Billion Youth to Compete for 300 Million Jobs?
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dgCommunities are invited to participate in a new Discussion Forum posted on the Youth for Development dgCommunity. According to World Bank Senior Pawan Patil, in five years, the world's population of 1.3 billion youth will be competing for 300...
Contribuido por Charlotte Moser el 03 Oct , 2006

30. World Vision's HIV/AIDS Hope Initiative
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075466
World Vision has committed itself to the challenge of alleviating the impact of AIDS for two main reasons; because it is the biggest single challenge facing development and because we care about children. World Vision's HIV/AIDS HOPE Initiative,...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 03 Oct , 2006

31. Condom Bindas Bol - India Launches New Condom Campaign
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To remove any perceived embarrassment associated with buying, using and selling condoms, the United States Agency For International Development (USAID) with support from the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has launched a new campaign, Condom...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 04 Oct , 2006

32. SACDS-Social Action for Community Development Society
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075625
Project of Sabina Matangi, Nepal - Member Youth Action. Social Action for Community Development Society- SACDS is a non-governmental, non-profit community based organisation which is focused on working for the poor, backward and marginalized women,...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 04 Oct , 2006

33. Youth Action For Change - Italy
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Project of Selene Biffi - Member Youth Action, Italy. Youth Action for Change (YAC), founded by Selene Biffi, is an online initiative for young people by young people. Says Selene, ?The aim of the project can be identified in three words?education...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 04 Oct , 2006

34. Action for Women Aid and Justice (AAWAJ) - India.
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075709
Project of Gautam Gupta, Member Youth Action, India. Action for Women Aid and Justice (AAWAJ) was founded by Gautam Gupta to mobilize youth to end violence against women and girls. AAWAJ, which means ?voice?, aims to raise a collective voice against...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 04 Oct , 2006

35. Gender Advisor, Wellington, New Zealand
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075502
New Zealand's International Aid and Development Agency is looking for an enthusiastic, innovative, and experienced international development professional with a comprehensive knowledge and understanding of gender equality and women's empowerment to...
Contribuido por Jessica Matthews el 04 Oct , 2006

36. Listen to Us: Land Ownership and Property Control : Grassroots Women Document Innovations in Practice
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075574
Grassroots women in Africa report their strategies for gaining control over land, housing and property while coping with HIV/AIDS, post-conflict situations and poverty. Based on innovative mapping led by grassroots women in Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and...
Contribuido por Shannon Hayes el 04 Oct , 2006

37. Women in Local Government
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The LGMA?s has established the Women in Local Government Sub Committee. The National Board has endorsed Lyn Russell as Convenor of the sub committee which will include representation from each State. The Sub Committee will: Develop a strategic plan...
Contribuido por Giulia D'Amico el 05 Oct , 2006

38. The 3rd Biennial International Leading Practices Symposium
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THE BUSINESS-CRITICAL FORUM FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT MANAGERS The 3rd Biennial International Leading Practices Symposium Royal Lakeside Novotel Hotel, Rotorua, New Zealand, 2-3 November 2006 The case studies that are to be presented at the Symposium are:...
Contribuido por Giulia D'Amico el 05 Oct , 2006

39. The World Bank Gender Action Plan
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075848
Using examples from developing countries, the new plan says that investing in women is already showing results, but needs to go much further, as women gain the tools and expertise to go itno business on their own, and buy land in their own names. In...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 05 Oct , 2006

40. Bulgarian Gender Research Foundation
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075856
Bulgarian Gender Research Foundation is an NGO of public utility that promotes social equality and women?s human rights in Bulgaria through research, education and advocacy programs. The BGRF is founded in June 1998 in Sofia. The team of the...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 05 Oct , 2006

41. Cinderella or Cyberella? By Nancy Hafkin and Sophia Huyer ( Kumarian Press, June 2006).
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075862
"Cinderella or Cyberella? provides an excellent overview of the critical issues addressing the global participation of girls and women in today's information society. It serves as both a resource for comprehensive understanding and a strategic guide...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 05 Oct , 2006

42. Internet & ICTs for Social Justice and Development News - Grace Project
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075870
DURBAN, South Africa - GRACE is a group of 14 research teams working in 12 African countries focusing on Gender Research in Africa into ICT?s for Empowerment, supported by a research grant from the International Development Research Centre of Canada....
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 05 Oct , 2006

43. Internet & ICTs for Social Justice and Development - Women's Hub
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075878
From being a student activist to working with the word in the library, and getting involved in a wide range of campaigns, soft-spoken Mylene Soto has seen many things. Today, she's part of APC member Women'sHub, a group that works for the promotion...
Contribuido por Anuradha Bhattacharjee el 05 Oct , 2006

44. Cereal Banks Provide Food Security During Niger's Lean Season
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075894
GUIDON GAZOBI, 29 September 2006 (UNICEF) ? In addition to providing food security, community cereal banks help improve the health and well-being of women, who no longer have the added burden of travelling many hours in order to feed their families....
Contribuido por JEAN-CHARLES LE VALLÉE el 05 Oct , 2006

45. Accelerating the Education of Girls and Women in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Development Imperative
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/gender/rc/ItemDetail.do?itemId=1075973
by Edda Gachukia, ABSTRACT: Compelling evidence is available today to link education with numerous benefits, which combine to contribute to the popular view that education is the foundation of development. This is like stating the obvious but just as...
Contribuido por Laura Allen el 05 Oct , 2006

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