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Dimitra Newsletter no 13, 2007. Rural Women and Development.

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    Dimitra Bulletin no 13, 2007. Femmes rurales et développement.
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    Ce numéro 13 du Bulletin est l'occasion pour Dimitra et ses partenaires de communiquer leurs activités de ces six derniers mois. Il présentera aussi d'autres thématiques, telles que la situation et les droits des femmes productrices, le droit et l'accès à  la terre, à  l'alimentation et à  l'agriculture durable, l'impact du VIH/SIDA, les violences sexuelles, les nouvelles technologies d'information et de communication, etc. Dimitra continue de s'investir dans le domaine de l' information et de la communication pour les populations rurales, les femmes en particulier, et de développer ses principes clés : le partenariat, la participation et la mise en réseau. De plus en plus, Dimitra fonctionne en tant qu'interface et rassembleur : faciliter l'accès et le partage de l'information ; agir en tant que canal de communication qui contribue, via les organisations locales d'appui, à connecter les organisations de base au niveau de prise de décision et vice versa; rassembler des ressources techniques et expertises de différents services de la FAO ainsi que d'autres agences des Nations unies et de développement; et, enfin, soutenir l'organisation d'ateliers cofinancés.
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    Dimitra Newsletter no 1, 1998
    Rural women and development
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    Dimitra is an information and communication project implemented by the Gender and Population Division of FAO with the aim of empowering rural populations by building capacities and facilitating access to information. These are crucial tools in the fight against hunger and poverty, and in the promotion of gender equality. The project works with local partners in Africa and the Near East and is a tool to enable rural women, through their associations and grassroots organisations, to make their voices heard. Modern and traditional information and communication technologies are used to encourage networking and share information. Dimitra uses a participatory approach throughout its activities and at the launch of each new project phase the partner organisations have come together in Brussels to exchange ideas, experiences and determine a shared agenda of priorities and future actions. In June 2005, the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) an d the Dimitra project decided to organise a joint Workshop which brought together 22 representatives of the partner organisations from the two networks.
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    DIMITRA Project. Newsletter Special Edition 2006.
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    Dimitra is an information and communication project implemented by the Gender and Population Division of FAO with the aim of empowering rural populations by building capacities and facilitating access to information. These are crucial tools in the fight against hunger and poverty, and in the promotion of gender equality. The project works with local partners in Africa and the Near East and is a tool to enable rural women, through their associations and grassroots organisations, to make their voices heard. Modern and traditional information and communication technologies are used to encourage networking and share information. Dimitra uses a participatory approach throughout its activities and at the launch of each new project phase the partner organisations have come together in Brussels to exchange ideas, experiences and determine a shared agenda of priorities and future actions. In June 2005, the Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation ACP-EU (CTA) and the Dimitra project decided to organise a joint Workshop which brought together 22 representatives of the partner organisations from the two networks.

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