The main objective of the project is Enhancing Gender Equality and Mitigating Sexual Gender Based Violence (SGBV) through the provision of legal aid, Capacity Building and, Public Education and research and advocacy.
From its work on women rights for more than two decades in Ethiopia and several literatures on the issue of rights, EWLA has long realized that for women to claim their rights, intervention on their ability and self-esteem; the attitude of others surrounding them and on the structures that enforce their rights is important. Understandably, which of the interventions have stronger impact on claiming rights is debatable, partly, for lack of national data showing the causal link. Nor is there a clear knowledge to what extent one part of empowerment influences the other. However, understanding of the gender dynamics and local context lends a hand to EWLA to hypothesize that all the parts must be engaged to see a meaningful impact. Furthermore, EWLA hypothesizes that the likelihood of relations women negotiate or social support within their life may have a greater bearing/influence. It is with this hypothesis that the interventions proposed in this application are designed.
The Specific Objective of the project:
Expected Outcome of the Above Activitity,
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