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Restore Life 110 women decapitalized in Cap-Haitia

by Friends of education and health (Amis de l'education et de la sante ) AMES
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Restore Life 110 women decapitalized in Cap-Haitia
Restore Life 110 women decapitalized in Cap-Haitia
Restore Life 110 women decapitalized in Cap-Haitia
Restore Life 110 women decapitalized in Cap-Haitia
Restore Life 110 women decapitalized in Cap-Haitia

Summary

Logically, this project is a favorable positive response to the fight against poverty of women who are victims of natural disasters and recurring food crises in economic difficulties these women live in unacceptable situations This project will enable 110 women beneficiaries to meet their daily needs especially those of their children and will play a big role in the development of their home Thus providing financial support and coaching in personal and community development to these poor women

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Challenge

The social and economic context in which some girls and women abandoned the town of Cap-Haitian is a major element that makes them more vulnerable, the economic situation of their families, sometimes forcing them to have unwanted sex to meet in exchange for food or money. Thus, in order to contribute to economic and social recovery of that class become much poorer, AMES adopted in its development program, a component '' Financial support to 110 vulnerable women '' as one of its priorities.

Solution

The chosen solution to the problems identified through the allocation of grants for the recapitalization of small business to 110 women beneficiaries. This project will contribute to the socio-economic rehabilitation of women and girls affected by cyclones also will contribute to the decrease in violence levels in beneficiary families, to reduce vulnerability and to improve living conditions girls and women beneficiaries, representing just over 50% of that population.

Long-Term Impact

Long-term impact of the project 45.5% of women, the level of violence and aggression will know some variability due to the funding opportunity. Then they show the desire to change, it always presents a possibility for them to relapse into their old practices. They have acquired the ability to control their response to economic problems. They are more or less able to continue evolving without much financial assistance. Changing the actual behavior of women.

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Organization Information

Friends of education and health (Amis de l'education et de la sante ) AMES

Location: Port-au-Prince - Haiti
Website:
Ilfrene Wenson
Project Leader:
Ilfrene Wenson
Port-au-Prince, Haiti

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