With funding from the Royal Norwegian Embassy, WOLREC is implementing a two year project that aims at building the capacity of Local Councillors to know their roles. The project runs from August 2014 to December 2016.
WOLREC renewed funding from DCP/UNDP in January 2015 to implement a project that aims at ”Strengthening the capacity of communities” in Dedza, Mwanza and Neno districts to demand their rights to development. The project runs from January to December 2015.
With funding from NGO Gender Cordination Network (NGOGCN) WOLREC has been implementing a project in ”Accelerated Gender Equality and Women Empowerment”. The project runs from September 2013 to August 2015.
This project is being implemented in Balaka district in Traditional Authorities Nkaya and Amidu to empower women, girls and communities to recognise and respond to cultural attitudes, beliefs and practices that increase gender inequality, violence against women and girls and HIV risk and affect the rights of women and girls in particular. The project is…
Since November 2013, WOLREC has been working with funding from Stephen Lewis Foundation in a project which aims at “Enhancing the Capacity of People Living with HIV/AIDS and Community members in Mitigating the impact of HIV/AIDS” (November 2013 to October 2014).
With funding from EED now Bread for the World, WOLREC is implementing a project which aims at “Empowering rural women’s groups in Lilongwe rural, Salima and Zomba districts to demand implementation of social policies and to enjoy their rights in Malawi (September 2012 to August 2018).
With funding from IM Swedish Development Partner (formerly Swedish Organisation for Individual Relief), WOLREC has been implementing a project which aims at “Promoting women’s economic and social empowerment (PROWESE)” in Balaka and Salima Districts (January 2015 to December 2017).
Since January 2014 WOLREC has been working with funding from Dan Church Aid in implementing a project which aims at ”Promoting Women’s Citizenship Action and Participation in Political and Decision-making Processes” in Nsanje and Neno districts. The project runs from January 2014 to December 2016.
Reducing Vulnerability of Women to HIV/Aids by Addressing Harmful Socio-Cultural Factors, Gender Based Violence and Economic Factors
WOLREC has been implementing a project on “Reducing Vulnerability of Women to HIV/Aids by Addressing Harmful Socio-Cultural Factors, Gender Based Violence and Economic Factors” in Dedza and Nsanje districts funded by UNFPA (January 2013 to December 2015).