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Women Engage for a Common Future | Featured Project & Campaign

Capacity Building and Strategic Partnerships for Chemicals Safety in the Republic of Serbia
Building capacity and strengthening cooperation between government agencies, NGOs, and other civil society sectors, to strengthen legislation, enforcement and partnerships for chemical safety, in particular harmful chemicals in products
10.04.2016 | WECF Project

Escape of Russian environmental activist and WECF Partner Nadezhda Kutepova to France
After Russian authorities labelled Kutepova as a 'foreign agent', she fled in July 2015 with her three children to France. After nine months she obtained in April officially asylum.
08.04.2016 | WECF Campaign

Women International for a Common Future | Featured Project & Campaign

Managing Wastewater through Global Partnership
Reducing the pollution of the Black Sea by introducing sustainable wastewater and nutrient management in rural Georgian communities
04.04.2016 | WECF Project

Escape of Russian environmental activist and WECF Partner Nadezhda Kutepova to France
After Russian authorities labelled Kutepova as a 'foreign agent', she fled in July 2015 with her three children to France. After nine months she obtained in April officially asylum.
08.04.2016 | WECF Campaign

Latest Publications

Gender Assessment of Sustainable Development Goal #5 in Georgia
A gender assessment research was undertaken by the organization We Research within the auspices of the project ‘’Women 2030’’ funded by the European Union and implemented by WECF International.
20.11.2017

Findings of a literature study: Plastics, Gender and the Environment
Lifecycle of plastics and its impacts on women and men from production to (marine) litter
07.11.2017

Manual on Biogas Technology, Bamboo Weaving, Solar Driers and Solar Collectors
This manual results from all the work done on the ground by WAFD, INSEDA and WECF
25.09.2017

WECF publishes Uganda Organic Agriculture Training Guide
A guide for trainers and NGO's giving trainings on organic agriculture to subsistence farmers
21.09.2017

How POPs, hazardous chemicals and waste have different exposures and impacts on women's and men's health
Preliminary film on the gender dimensions of POPs and hazardous chemicals in Nigeria
08.06.2017

Beyond 2020: Sustainable Chemistry - NGO recommendations
Position Paper by WECF & IPEN
22.05.2017

Feasibility study of gender-sensitive energy cooperatives in Georgia, Ukraine, Armenia and Moldova
An overview of the feasibility of gender-sensitive energy cooperatives in Georgia, Ukraine, Armenia and Moldova. In each country, existing national climate and energy policies are examined and, if existing, feed-in tariffs for renewable energy are explained.
12.05.2017

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