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Tuesday 13 September 2016

Women’s Wealth and Influence Project women shared best practice in effective group cash management and engagement in income generating activities

On August 17, 2016 four (4) women’s groups (WG) “Nurbonu”, “Navbahor”, “Omad” and “Niso” in A.Jomi district received the representatives of WGs from another sixteen (16) target districts of Tajikistan in A.Jomi district. About 60 women assembled in order to share their best practice in the management of collected group cash and starting income generation activities leaning on “You decide” methodology. The event has been organized by Save the Children sponsored Women’s Wealth and Influence (WW&I) Project funded by DFID in village Mushkrud, jamoat Yakkatut.
Thursday 18 August 2016

DIPECHO – Save the Children has launched new Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction program in Tajikistan

Dushanbe – Save the Children is launching a new 18-month project with the European Commission's Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO) on “Inclusive Disaster Risk Reduction as a Way to Resilience” program to be implemented in Tajikistan. 

Training for youth groups on child protection during emergencies

Monday 15 August 2016

Breastfeeding Week celebration in Tursunzoda, Tajikistan

August 4, 2016. Tursunzoda, Republic of Tajikistan

The exhilarating “Breastfeeding Day Jubilee” was held at the Center of Tursunzoda district, the Republic of Tajikistan in celebration of international breastfeeding week. The close collaboration between local authorities and the Maternal and Child Health Project, funded by Save the Children Korea, contributed to the event’s success. Breastfeeding practices, simulating real Tajik daily life, were demonstrated by women (30) and children (10) through informative role-play, song, drawing and dance.

Friday 1 July 2016

Women’s actions prevent domestic violence and create harmonious family environments in Rudaki District

 
Family counselling, provided by four Rudaki District women’s groups “Sharifmo”, “Ganjina”, “Robiya” and “Hamsado” have prevented 14 divorces and reduced the occurrence of domestic violence.
Friday 1 July 2016

Rural women create employment opportunities in Vose District

In a peer-to-peer collaborative effort, two women groups 'Rizo' and 'Sharifjon', based in the Vose district, have established sewing workshops, providing employment for 12 women in their communities.
Together, they pooled their savings and established an initial starter fund. Following a process of shared brainstorming, the women  determined that founding a sewing workshop, as an income-generating opportunity, would be the fund's most efficient and effective method of improving their economic situation.

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