The Socio-Economic Empowerment through Gender-Responsive Policies, Legislation and Action is a project by Lesotho's women’s rights organisations that aims to contribute towards the development of transformative gender policies and laws, improving knowledge about gender-based violence (GBV) and to contribute to the economic empowerment of women, especially survivors of GBV.
September 2019 - 2022 (48 months)
Women and Law in Southern Africa (WLSA)
Federation of Women Lawyers - Lesotho (FIDA) and Gender Links Lesotho (GLL)
Lesotho National Council of Women (LNCW), the Women’s Law Clinic (WLC), the Migrants Workers Association of Lesotho (MWA-Ls) and the Lesotho Youth Federation
Communities in the ten (10) districts comprising of both married and unmarried women, female headed households, pregnant and lactating women, elders, adolescent girls, persons with disabilities, men and boys and LGBTI persons.
Gender equality, women's empowerment, human rights
EU Contracted amount
EUR 989, 764.64
European Development Fund (EDF 11) through the Financing Agreement: EU Support to Civil Society