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Dimitra newsletter no 23, 2013

Gender, rural women and development







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    Dimitra newsletter no 24, 2013
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    The first Dimitra Community Listeners’ Clubs Forum for Tshopo District was held on 9-10 August 2013 in Isangi, in the Orientale Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). It offered a unique opportunity to meet, discuss and share experiences to the women and men representatives of 60 Dimitra community listeners’ clubs (CLCs), seven community radios and various key actors, closely or loosely linked to the CLCs. The clubs have been set up in barely a year, in the framework of a ge nder-sensitive project to fight poverty and improve food security, implemented by FAO and financed by the Government of the DRC and by IFAD. This article talks about the Forum and provides some data and anecdotes which highlight the successful wager made by those who opted to bet on this innovative approach.
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    Dimitra Newsletter no 14, 2008. Rural Women and Development.
    Rural radios and participatory communication
    2008
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    Among the experiences shared in this newsletter, we would like to focus on Dimitra and its partners’ work in the Democratic Republic of Congo in the field of rural radio and participatory communication. A rural radio and listeners’ club project, conducted in South Kivu province with SAMWAKI and GTZ-Santé, is getting well underway and is triggering a lot of interest. In particular the sharing of solar radios between women members of the listeners’ clubs and their families and the development of information messages in cooperation with the rural population itself, are proving their worth in boosting the role of rural women and men as actors in their own development.
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    Dimitra Bulletin, no 24, 2013
    Genre, femmes rurales et développement
    2014
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    Le premier forum des clubs d’écoute communautaires Dimitra du District de la Tshopo s’est tenu les 9 et 10 août 2013 à Isangi, en Province Orientale (République démocratique du Congo). Il a été une occasion unique de rencontre, de réflexion et de partage d’expériences pour les représentants(e)s des 60 clubs d’écoute (CEC), sept radios communautaires et de nombreux acteurs clés, associés de près ou de loin aux CEC. Les clubs ont été mis en place en un an à peine dans le cadre d’un projet de lutte contre la pauvreté et d’amélioration de la sécurité alimentaire. Ce projet axé sur les questions de genre est exécuté par la FAO, avec un financement du Gouvernement de la RDC et du FIDA. L’article raconte le forum et présente des données et anecdotes qui sont le reflet d’un pari gagné par les membres des clubs ayant accepté de miser sur cette approche novatrice.
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    Dimitra newsletter no 24, 2013
    Gender, rural women and development
    2013
    Also available in:

    The first Dimitra Community Listeners’ Clubs Forum for Tshopo District was held on 9-10 August 2013 in Isangi, in the Orientale Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). It offered a unique opportunity to meet, discuss and share experiences to the women and men representatives of 60 Dimitra community listeners’ clubs (CLCs), seven community radios and various key actors, closely or loosely linked to the CLCs. The clubs have been set up in barely a year, in the framework of a ge nder-sensitive project to fight poverty and improve food security, implemented by FAO and financed by the Government of the DRC and by IFAD. This article talks about the Forum and provides some data and anecdotes which highlight the successful wager made by those who opted to bet on this innovative approach.
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    Dimitra Newsletter no 14, 2008. Rural Women and Development.
    Rural radios and participatory communication
    2008
    Also available in:

    Among the experiences shared in this newsletter, we would like to focus on Dimitra and its partners’ work in the Democratic Republic of Congo in the field of rural radio and participatory communication. A rural radio and listeners’ club project, conducted in South Kivu province with SAMWAKI and GTZ-Santé, is getting well underway and is triggering a lot of interest. In particular the sharing of solar radios between women members of the listeners’ clubs and their families and the development of information messages in cooperation with the rural population itself, are proving their worth in boosting the role of rural women and men as actors in their own development.
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    Dimitra Bulletin, no 24, 2013
    Genre, femmes rurales et développement
    2014
    Also available in:

    Le premier forum des clubs d’écoute communautaires Dimitra du District de la Tshopo s’est tenu les 9 et 10 août 2013 à Isangi, en Province Orientale (République démocratique du Congo). Il a été une occasion unique de rencontre, de réflexion et de partage d’expériences pour les représentants(e)s des 60 clubs d’écoute (CEC), sept radios communautaires et de nombreux acteurs clés, associés de près ou de loin aux CEC. Les clubs ont été mis en place en un an à peine dans le cadre d’un projet de lutte contre la pauvreté et d’amélioration de la sécurité alimentaire. Ce projet axé sur les questions de genre est exécuté par la FAO, avec un financement du Gouvernement de la RDC et du FIDA. L’article raconte le forum et présente des données et anecdotes qui sont le reflet d’un pari gagné par les membres des clubs ayant accepté de miser sur cette approche novatrice.
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    Document
    Dimitra newsletter no 24, 2013
    Gender, rural women and development
    2013
    Also available in:

    The first Dimitra Community Listeners’ Clubs Forum for Tshopo District was held on 9-10 August 2013 in Isangi, in the Orientale Province of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). It offered a unique opportunity to meet, discuss and share experiences to the women and men representatives of 60 Dimitra community listeners’ clubs (CLCs), seven community radios and various key actors, closely or loosely linked to the CLCs. The clubs have been set up in barely a year, in the framework of a ge nder-sensitive project to fight poverty and improve food security, implemented by FAO and financed by the Government of the DRC and by IFAD. This article talks about the Forum and provides some data and anecdotes which highlight the successful wager made by those who opted to bet on this innovative approach.
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    Book (stand-alone)
    Dimitra Newsletter no 14, 2008. Rural Women and Development.
    Rural radios and participatory communication
    2008
    Also available in:

    Among the experiences shared in this newsletter, we would like to focus on Dimitra and its partners’ work in the Democratic Republic of Congo in the field of rural radio and participatory communication. A rural radio and listeners’ club project, conducted in South Kivu province with SAMWAKI and GTZ-Santé, is getting well underway and is triggering a lot of interest. In particular the sharing of solar radios between women members of the listeners’ clubs and their families and the development of information messages in cooperation with the rural population itself, are proving their worth in boosting the role of rural women and men as actors in their own development.
  • Thumbnail Image
    Document
    Dimitra Bulletin, no 24, 2013
    Genre, femmes rurales et développement
    2014
    Also available in:

    Le premier forum des clubs d’écoute communautaires Dimitra du District de la Tshopo s’est tenu les 9 et 10 août 2013 à Isangi, en Province Orientale (République démocratique du Congo). Il a été une occasion unique de rencontre, de réflexion et de partage d’expériences pour les représentants(e)s des 60 clubs d’écoute (CEC), sept radios communautaires et de nombreux acteurs clés, associés de près ou de loin aux CEC. Les clubs ont été mis en place en un an à peine dans le cadre d’un projet de lutte contre la pauvreté et d’amélioration de la sécurité alimentaire. Ce projet axé sur les questions de genre est exécuté par la FAO, avec un financement du Gouvernement de la RDC et du FIDA. L’article raconte le forum et présente des données et anecdotes qui sont le reflet d’un pari gagné par les membres des clubs ayant accepté de miser sur cette approche novatrice.

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