INTERVENTION COUNCIL FOR WOMEN IN AFRICA
  • ICWA

    THE INTERVENTION COUNCIL FOR WOMEN IN AFRICA PROGRAMS FOR ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN AND PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED

HEALTH & EDUCATION
ICWA Ensure empowerment of women with emphasis on health and education.

RESOURCES
ICWA Ensure economic empowerment of women to access resources.

ORGANIZATIONS
ICWA Encourage policies, institutional arrangements and processes of institutions and organizations.

Empowerment
ICWA acts as advocacy activities to fuel the demand for benefits, programmes and create empowerment.

Welcome

ICWA Mission for Empowerment of Women is the extent of empowerment of women from a holistic and macro-point of view is largely determined by Three factors Economic, Social and Political identity. These factors are deeply intertwined and linked with many cross cutting linkages. It implies that if efforts in any one dimension remains absent or weak, the outcome and momentum generated by the other components cannot be sustained. It is only when all these three factors are addressed simultaneously and made compatible with each other can women be truly empowered. Therefore, for the holistic empowerment of women, an inter-sectoral approach has to be adopted. The vision for socio-economic empowerment of women is to empower women economically and socially to end exploitation and discrimination enabling them to develop their full potential to be active participants in nation building, sharing the benefits of economic growth and prosperity. To achieve this vision, the National mission for Empowerment of Women is imperative.

Features

Women in organized & unorganized sector

An organized & unorganized sector or business enterprise, managed by one or more women entrepreneurs in a concern, in which they will individually or jointly have a share capital often as shareholders of the private limited company.

Women in traditional & modern industries

The traditional & modern industries or business enterprise can be managed by one or more women entrepreneurs in a concern, in which they will individually or jointly have a share capital as shareholders of the private limited company.

Women in large scale and small scale industries

A large scale and small scale service or business enterprise, managed by one or more women entrepreneurs in which they will individually have a share capital in the private limited company.

Women in Single and joint venture

A Single and joint venture or industry related service or business enterprise, managed by one or more women entrepreneurs in a concern, in which they will individually or jointly have a share capital of not less than 51% as shareholders of the private limited company.

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Satisfied Clients

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Projects Complete

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days of work

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