UNIFEM

AcronymDefinition
UNIFEMFonds des Nations Unies pour la Femme (French: United Nations Fund for Women)
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OECD/DAC, 2008a; 2008b; 2008c; 2008d; 2009a; 2009b; UNIFEM, 2010).
UNIFEM coordinator in Syria Aref al-Sheikh considered the guidebook to be a database for women, families, societies and researchers concerned with sustainable development.
Invited by UNIFEM to take part in the concert closing the Young Women's Forum, G-Town performed in front of a dynamic audience composed of 3,000 youth activists coming from all parts of the world.
In this case, the collaboration between CIM (with its space for political dialogue) and UNIFEM (with its operating capacity and knowledge) will strengthen the link between policy, policy implementation, and the real impact on the life of women.
ISLAMABAD, June 16 -- UNIFEM and leading women and civil society organisations in Pakistan organised "Open Day 1325" here the other day to mark the 10th anniversary of United Nations Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 1325.
Sodiaal was in merger talks with Unifem, the parent of Entremont, which is 63.
Under the topic AoThe role of Media and Technology in Increasing the Number of effectiveness of Women in PoliticsAo more than 150 women leaders, from the Middle East and North Africa attended the event, which is a joint partnership between International IDEA, Inter-Parliamentary Union, National Democratic Institute, UNDP and UNIFEM.
UNIFEM welcomed the resolution, calling it "an important step towards addressing the gaps and challenges in the existing U.
The parade was held under the patronage of Her Royal Highness and was funded and organized by UNIFEM and the Princess Sumaya University for Technology (PSUT).
The group also endorsed the UN-wide campaign to end violence against women and girls, spearheaded by UNIFEM.
According to Roberta Clarke, Regional Programme Director of UNIFEM, much more needs to be done to transform unequal and harmful gender relations among women, men, boys and girls, as this culture of inequality is a root cause of women's vulnerability to HIV.
eIuThe conference, organized by the UNESCO, the UNICEF, the WHO, the UNIFEM, the UNEP and the UNFPA, aims to come up with economic development plans for the al-Jabayesh marshlands covering the sectors of education, health, environment, agriculture, housing, municipalities, water, sanitary sewage and women empowerment in the society,eIN the source told Aswat al-Iraq.