The project aims to connect the voices of single women ( breadwinners) in 4 Governorates to get their rights in health care system just based on the law of health care for women breadwinners 23 /2012 through the training of women groups (leaders) in rural community on how to publish opinions and problems facing women heads fortieth rights in accordance with this law and discuss this through the tools and mechanics of Social Network
What locality or neighborhood will your project focus on?
Qena , Luxor , Minia , ALexandria
Describe the specific community with whom you will be working.
These poor communities and that are interested in the foundation in the search for the basic requirements of life, especially single women( bread winner ) are mirror marginalized interested primarily to get source of income and thus will work with them through sets of leaders within the institutions of civil society are those to be trained to use new media and publish the results of community dialogues and problems social o networks
What kinds of news, stories and other content will be created?
- Publish the results of field research, which women group with the single women about health care law and the applicability
– publish of the problems faced by women breadwinners for their right to health care just in accordance with the law
– Publish the results of community dialogues, which will be single women and decision-makers
– Published a policy paper's and the recommendations of the proposed amendment
What technologies and digital tools do you plan to use in the trainings?
Describe the connections that you or your organization have already established that will contribute to the success of the project.
There are already partnerships were built with civil society organizations at the local and national level to do the field research conducting community dialog , meeting with design makers , barely 4 NGOs at the local level and 1 national level “Egyptian Initiative for Personal Rights “all of them contribute to these companies in the activation of discussions and dialogues and create a popular base large and institutional continuous
How many participants do you think will be involved in your project?
Number of participants 15 Women's leadership from each community will be selected through partner organizations, thus ensuring the continuity of these cadres in society and sustainability transfer ideas to other groups in the Assembly or in surrounding communities
Besides the microgrant funding, what other resources and support are you seeking for your project to ensure its success?
Technical support that associations will participate in the research field, which would do women leaders on a voluntary basis
– Volunteering as 70% of women's groups in monitoring the results and recorded on a social networking
– Training places
-Support for closer community dialogues that will be implemented to draw conclusions topics that will be published
– Institutional support partner associations
-Volunteer Board of Directors of ass
Jehan Farouk Hassan
Together for the Development of Egypt organization
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