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Combat gender discrimination and promote social development by expanding the life choices of girls, boys and adolescents in five slums of Dhaka

Bangladesh

Total initiative costs

€ 620,577.55
Reparted as
  • Loans -
  • Grants € 620,577.55

Dati finanziari aggiornati al 6.11.2015

Status

25 Complete
25%

Bangladesh


Location

Dhaka, the capital.

Main outcome

The project is focused on the improvement of the living conditions of girls, boys and teenagers, and on the establishment of more egalitarian gender relations.

Initiative data

Initiative number 010591
Purpose Women's equality organisations and institutions
Sector I.5.a. Government & Civil Society-general, Total

Subjects

Agency MAE - Direzione Generale per la Cooperazione allo Sviluppo
Counterpart authority Aparajeyo Bangladesh (AB); Association for the Realisation of Basic Needs (ARBAN)
Representative -
Other financiers NGO: Fondazione Terre des Hommes Italia ONLUS (TdH-It) 242818.95

Beneficiaries

The direct beneficiaries of the project include: i) 6500 girls / and adolescents (10 to 18) living in 5 different slums of Dhaka (areas Azimpur, Mohammadpur, Rayerbazar, Pallabi, Baonia) and their families, identified among the participants in the educational process in schools (3000), one of the girls who will be supported in their studies (500), among participants in community awareness campaigns on gender issues and life skills based education courses organized in youth centers (3000). In the selection of beneficiaries it will remain a fair proportion between the male and female genders. ii) 50 teachers of 30 primary and secondary schools selected by the project. iii) 2,000 parents, extended family members involved in the program to raise awareness on gender issues and awareness campaigns and community mobilization. The indirect beneficiaries are 30,000 members of the community of 5 slums.

Beneficiaries of which females 50.0%
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