Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS May 13, 2022
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This solution will seek to strengthen and scale the work promoted by the organization 'Las Reinas Pepiadas' in Ecuador since 2018 for the social and economic inclusion of Venezuelan migrants, seeking to generate a safe migratory route and support women and their families. This solution will develop 3 main activities: (i) Strengthen and scale a safe space for exchange and communication, through digital tools, to raise awareness and generate connections between women who live or lived through forced migration and whose rights were violated; (ii) Support training and skills development for female empowerment and the creation of opportunities that allow for economic and social development of migrants and women from receiving communities; and (iii) Expand information channels for access to means of support that offer protection from gender-based violence. This solution will seek to directly benefit 150 women in 18 months of implementation (womenVenezuelan migrants or refugees and vulnerable women from host communities) and about 500 family members as indirect beneficiaries. The profile of these beneficiary women is mainly young people frombetween 18 and 35 years old.
The country's counterpart amount to USD 30,000.
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