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Through this project, EU funding enabled SCALING to conduct Women Workload Reduction workshops in all target villages for approximately 20-25 women per session. Discussions on women’s workload and WWR discussion help women to understand their workload burden. The women make a plan for improved workload sharing with their husband and other family members to challenge the existing gender norms. After the workshops formal and informal follow-up sessions are organized with 10-15 self-selected couples per village. SCALING is facilitating training or workshops on WWR in close cooperation with the Lao Women’s Union (LWU).

Through this project, EU funding enabled SCALING to build capacity of Nam Saat (water supply) as the department responsible for the supply of clean water in villages under the Ministry of Health, in two areas: improvement of sustainable water supply systems in selected villages and the marketing of selected WASH products

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Through this project, EU funding enabled SCALING project to adapt SBCC strategy and community-based activities and make it ready for use. Also adapt LANN/INuW community nutrition sensitisation package to be delivered in villages. In addition, the project is able to train Community Facilitators (CFs) to conduct first 1,000 Day household visits; train adolescent facilitators in Lower Secondary Schools (LSS) and form and deliver adolescent peer support groups at LSS level.

The Maldives and the European Union held the fifth annual Policy Dialogue on 23 November 2020. The Policy dialogue is held as an annual feature to strengthen the cooperation and engagement between the Maldives and the European Union on various sectors. Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, this year’s dialogue was held virtually.


Kompetisaun-Quiz Direitus Umanus

Kinta-Feira, 10 Dezembru 2020, Hosi tuku 10 to’o tuku 13.00

Fatin-Sorumutu: “Centro Nacional Chega!”