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PANDORA'S BOX

Young Women, Community Development through EU and LA Cooperation
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Volontariato Lunaria

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ITINERANT FEASIBILITY VISIT
PANDORA'S BOX
Young Women, Community Development through
EU and LA Cooperation

PANDORA IS...
ACTORS
Lunaria
– Italy
www.lunaria.org

Solidarites Jeunesses
– France
www.solidaritesjeunesses.org

Pandora Mirabilia
– Spain
www.pandoramirabilia.net/

El Hombre Sobre la Tierra a.c.
- Mexico
www.elhombresobrelatierra.org

Brigada De Voluntarios Bolivarianos del Peru
- Peru
www.bvbperu.org

Fundacion Proyecto Ecologico Chiriboga
- Ecuador
www.chiribogaecuador.wordpress.com
TRAINING COURSE
IN MEXICO

YOUTH MEETINGS
STUDY PHASE
LOCAL ACTIONS IMPLEMENTATION
TRAINING COURSE IN ITALY
Between the
16th of November
and the
7th of December 2015
two representatives of
Lunaria
visited local projects focused on gender issues, interviewed local actors and stakeholders to run the needs assessment and draft the diagnostic.

All the information gathered during the visit were the starting point to define the main topics of the training course held in Mexico in January 2016 and to set the upcoming phases of the project.
THE WALL AND THE TREE MODEL
: to deepen the gender-related problems, the needs and the possible solutions, within the country;

QUESTIONNAIRE ON TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENT
: to reflect with the partner organizations on their training needs, regarding gender issues and women empowerment;

SHORT REPORT FIELD VISIT
: to present the aim, the field of intervention of the different realities visited and to share all the relevant information among the consortium;

QUESTIONNAIRE FOR LOCAL PARTNERS
: to deepen the gender-related analysis, by better exploring the role of women and young women within the family, the community and economy and to provide a detailed picture of the country situation.

VIDEO INTERVIEWS
: aimed to collect feedbacks from the LA organizations, active members and volunteers.
3 TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRES
(targeted to the three project partners) about the training needs within their organization in the gender framework;

11 QUESTIONNAIRES ABOUT GENDER ISSUES
and the role of women in the country, targeted to the local organizations and communities visited;

3 WALL AND THE TREE MODELS
to draft the gender-related problems, the needs and the possible solutions, within the countries;

16 FIELD VISIT REPORTS
with the brief description of the local organizations and communities met;

1 SHORT VIDEO IN SPANISH
with selection of the interviews and feed backs from the LA organizations active members and volunteers

1 PREZI PRESENTATION
with the main outcomes of the visit:
https://prezi.com/bxl5scotndbr/feasibilty-visit/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy
OUTCOMES
WHAT?
METHODS
LOCAL EXPERTS AND ASSOCIATIONS VISITED
MEXICO
ECUADOR
PERU
VISIT TO THE MICRO TEXTIL COMPANY

– WOMEN GROUP
, Chikinzonot, Yucatan

MARIA TERESA MUNGUIA
- teacher of Social Communication in the Anthropology Department, Merida University

LETICIA MURUA
- director of the association
APIS SURESTE

ANNA ROSA DUARTE
- Maya anthropologist, Merida, Yucatan

NANCY WALKER – KOOKAY
Ciencia Social Alternativa, Merida, Yucatan

GRUPO DE COSTURA FLAMBOIANES
, Flamboianes, Yucatan

MARIA RUSSY DE ROSALBA CHAY TUCUCH

– CADIN organization
, Merida, Yucatan
SUSANA VALORESO - CEPAM
– Centro Equatoriano Para la Promocion y Accion de la Mujer, Quito

JANET ALMACI – ASSOCIACION DE COMMERCIANTES AUTONOMOS EMPRENDEDORES
, Quito

EVENTO EN LA PLAZA BELMONTE - DAY AGAINST VIOLENCE ON WOMEN
and interviews to a group of local young people, Quito

JESSICA NARVAEZ – PROYSERMESA Cià Ltda
, Quito

VANTHY CHALA' OBANDO – SONIA ANGULO REASCOS - MOVIMIENTO DE
MUJUERES NEGRA “MOMUNE YEMANYA”
, Quito

CRISTINA CUCURI - RED WARMI DE LA RED PROVINCIAL DE LA ORGANIZACIONES DE MUJERES KICHUAS Y RURALES DE CHIMBORAZO
, Riobamba

VISIT TO PROYECTO ECOLOGICO CHIRIBOGA
, Chriboga, La Mitad del Mundo


TRAINING COURSE
IN PERU

...a
Capacity Building
project AIMED to enhance
gender equity
and
young women empowerment
by providing youth social workers, peer educators, local organizations and international NGOs in
Europe
and
Latin America
with new tools and methods to favor young women participation in short and medium local and international voluntary service projects.

The TC was realized between the
11th
and the
18th of January 2016
in
Muchucuxcah
, Yucatan, MEXICO

The training, targeted to
28 participants from Ecuador, Mexico and Peru and 5 experts
, aimed:

to
deepen the gender issues
, with a focus on the family, community and economic dimension;
to
detect the reasons
behind machismo and gender based violence;
to
analyse gender-related conflicts
and to work on possible ways to manage them;
to
develop new tools
coming from the non formal education and that have been afterwards applied during the Youth Meetings (February and March 2016).
OUTCOMES
The
networking
within the organizations, partners of the project was empowered;

The
networking at national level
was further developed and new synergies were created;

Participants acquired the
capability to work in group
, to
approach gender issues
from a wider perspective, to
prepare and hand out questionnaires
to run the needs assessment phase and to use
non formal education
methods and techniques for the Youth Meetings;

Acknowledgment of the
Mind Map
technique, that have been afterward used during the Youth Meetings to capitalize and share the results;

Set up of the
questionnaire
afterward used during the Youth Meetings to gather the youth’ needs assessment;

Production of the first
video tutorial
showing the main activities run during the training;

Production of the first draft of the
Handbook_TC in Mexico
:
http://www.lunaria.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/PANDORAS-BOX_Tool-Kit_TC-Mexico.pdf
WHAT?

Between the
01st of February
and the
30th of March 2016
, meetings of young people were realized in
Ecuador
,
Mexico
and
Peru
.

Participants of the first training course, supported by their organizations, run the Youth Meetings targeted to local young people, involving both male and female. The meetings
aimed
to run a wider needs assessment and to raise youth awareness.

The Youth Meetings had the double
goal
of:
raising awareness
among the young people on gender-sensitive issues;
integrating the results and information
already gathered during the Feasibility Visit, and extending the work of the diagnostic.

The main
outcomes
of the diagnostic are summarized in the
prezi presentation
:
https://prezi.com/7vnctfbw3quk/pandora/

During the Youth Meetings a total number of
287 young people
have been involved and of
178 questionnaires
handed out.

ECUADOR
PERU
MEXICO
MEETING 1:
15-16-17 February 2016 (3 days long), in Tumbaco, Ecuador
Young people involved:
29
Questionnaires handed out:
29

MEETING 2:
26-27 February 2016 (2 days long), in Quito, Ecuador
Young people involved:
30
Questionnaires handed out:
15

MEETING 3:
18-19 March 2016 (2 days long), in Quito, Ecuador
Young people involved:
33
Questionnaires handed out:
17


Total amount of young people:
92
Total amount of questionnaires:
61
MEETING 1:
13 February 2016 (1 day long), in Muchucuxcah, Mexico
Young people involved:
24
Questionnaires handed out:
24

MEETING2:
17 February 2016 (1 day long), in Xanlà, Mexico
Young people involved:
24
Questionnaires handed out:
7

MEETING 3:
20 February 2016 (1 day long), in Valladolid, Mexico
Young people involved:
15
Questionnaires handed out:
13
Total amount of young people:
118
Total amount of questionnaires:
78
MEETING 4:
27 February 2016 (1 day long), in Muchucuxcah, Mexico
Young people involved:
19
Questionnaires handed out:
18

MEETING 5:
14 March 2016 (1 day long), in S. Cruz, Mexico
Young people involved:
15
Questionnaires handed out:
10

MEETING 6:
31 March 2016 (1 day long), in Flamboyanes, Mexico
Young people involved:
21
Questionnaires handed out:
6
MEETING 1:
06-07 February 2016 (2 days long), in Aguaytia, Peru
Young people involved:
33
Questionnaires handed out:
11

MEETING 2:
18-19 February 2016 (2 days long), in Ayacucho, Peru
Young people involved:
29
Questionnaires handed out:
13

MEETING 3:
12-13 March 2016 (2 days long),
in Lima, Peru
Young people involved:
15
Questionnaires handed out:
15
Total amount of young people:
77
Total amount of questionnaires:
39
OUTCOMES
The TC was realized between the
11th
and the
18th of April 2016
in
Lima
, PERU.

The training, targeted to
28 participants
from
Ecuador
,
Mexico
and
Peru
and
5 experts
, aimed:

to
share tools
and information on how to conceive and draft projects, on the project life cycle, project management, funding lines, budget compilation and project coordination;
to
set the ground
for the upcoming phases: Study Phase (May and June 2016) and Local Actions implementation (July and August 2016);
to use the set of competences developed to
draft and implement
new projects proposals during the follow up phase at the end of the project.

The
networking
within the organizations, partners of the project was empowered;

Participants acquired
skills
to conceive, design and write project proposals, organize budgets and run the overall coordination of a project;

Different non formal education methods
to run the following phase were shared, assessed and upgraded within the group;

Production of the second
video tutorial
showing the main activities run during the training;

Production of the first draft of the
Handbook_TC in Peru
:
http://www.lunaria.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/PANDORAS-BOX_Tool-Kit_TC-Peru.pdf

The
graphic facilitation
tool was experimented and assessed during the training.
BVBP LOCAL TRAINING FOR GROUP-LEADERS
As part of the
Local Actions Implementation
, forecast for July and August 2016, the Peruvian organization BVBP, showed the interest to run local events and voluntary service actions focused on gender issues.




In order to do that they expressed the need to further train the group of local youngsters that would have been the group-leaders of these actions/events.

For this reason the international pool of trainers that joined the Training Course in Peru, remained more days in Lima to support the organization in the implementation of the local training for the group-leaders.
WHAT?
Between the
01st of May
and the
30th of June 2016
, the Study Phase was realized in
Ecuador
,
Mexico
and
Peru
.

It consisted in an
observation period
, run by the participants of the two international trainings courses and the young people involved in the Youth Meetings, to study how to meet, through concrete actions, the local needs previously identified during the YM.

The Study Phase, taking into account the results of the Youth Meetings,
aimed
to define the events/informative meetings/voluntary service actions/small initiatives answering these needs, and that would have realized in July/August 2016.

During the Study Phase a total number of
295 young people
, youth workers and adults have been involved.

ECUADOR
MEXICO
PERU
MEETING 1:
20th – 21st May 2016 (2 days long), Unidad Educativa Policia Nacional in Quito, Ecuador
Young people involved:
22

MEETING 2:
06th - 07th June 2016 (2 days long), Escuela Joaquin Sanchez in Quito, Ecuador
Young people involved:
23

MEETING 3:
16th - 17th June 2016 (2 days long), Escuela Julio Jaramillio in Santo Domingo de los Tsachilas-Costa, Ecuador
Young people involved:
24



Total amount of young people:
120
MEETING 1:

13th May 2016 (1 day long), in Muchucuxcah, Mexico
Young people involved:
21

MEETING 2:
14th May 2016 (1 day long), in Muchucuxcah, Mexico
Young people involved:
19
Total amount of young people:
88
MEETING 3:
27th May 2016 (1 day long), in Muchucuxcah, Mexico
Young people involved:
15

MEETING 4:
11th June 2016 (1 day long), in Muchucuxcah, Mexico
Young people involved:
15

MEETING 5:
24th June 2016 (1 day long), in Comisaria de Xanla, Mexico
Young people involved:
18
Total amount of young people:
87
MEETING 1:
11th June 2016 (1 day long), in Aguaytía, Peru
Young people involved:
26

MEETING 2:
11th June 2016 (1 day long), in Puno, Peru
Young people involved:
30

MEETING 3:
18th June 2016 (1 day long), in Ayacucho, Peru
Young people involved:
20

Between the
01st July – 31st August 2016
, the Local Actions Implementation phase has been realized in
Ecuador
,
Mexico
and
Peru
.
It consisted in local events/informative meetings/voluntary service actions/small initiatives focused on gender issues
aimed
to concretely answer the local needs previously identified during the Youth Meetings and the Study Phase.

During the Local Actions Implementation, each partner organization and youth group identified and implemented the more indicate and relevant action/s to be developed at local, regional and national level.
The common
objectives
of the actions were:

to
raise awareness
on gender issues;
to
promote
gender fair approaches and the respect of human rights;
to
enhance the women participation
and their empowerment.

During the Local Actions Implementation a total number of
690 direct beneficiaries
and
1.253 of indirect
beneficiaries have been involved.
WHAT?
MEXICO
PERU
ECUADOR
ACTIVITY 1:
15th July 2016 (1 day long), inGrupo de Mujeres Trabajadores-Sector Informal, Provincia de Pichincha, Ecuador
What
: workshop targeted to the informal women group “Trabajadores Ambulantes” , aimed to deepen feminicide and gender equality

Women involved:
25
Indirect beneficiaries:
50

ACTIVITY2:
3rd - 30th July 2016 (28 days long), in Chiriboga town, south-west of Quito, Ecuador
What
: international workcamp targeted to international and local volunteers, aimed at developing environmental work in the Chiriboga project and with a specific focus on gender education

Young people involved:
12
Indirect beneficiaries:
75
ACTIVITY 3:

21 August 2016 (1 day long), in Unidad Educativa Arturo Borja in Quito, Ecuador
What
: workshop targeted to teachers to spread the active methodology and the non formal education techniques developed during the project that can be used to promote gender equality and raise awareness among young students

Young people involved:
23
Indirect beneficiaries:
56

ACTIVITY 4
:
26 August 2016 (1 day long), Escuela Julio Jaramillio in Santo Domingo de los Tsachilas-Costa, Ecuador
What
: workshop to continue the needs analysis run among young people and to raise awareness on gender-sensitive issues.

Young people involved:
34
Indirect beneficiaries:
55
Direct Beneficiaries:
94
Indirect beneficiaries:
236

ACTIVITY 1:
06th July 2016 (1 day long), in Comisaria de Campestre Flamboyanes, Progreso, Mexico
What
: meeting with the local students to deepen the rights and health issues related to sexuality and reproduction

Young people involved:
142
Indirect beneficiaries:
210

ACTIVITY 2:
13th July 2016 (1 day long), in Comisaria de Campestre Flamboyanes, Progreso, Mexico
What
: meeting with the local students to deepen the rights and health issues related to sexuality and reproduction – second step

Young people involved:
145
Indirect beneficiaries:
170

ACTIVITY 3:
18th July 2016 (1 day long), in Campo deportivo de la Comunidad de Xanlah, Chankom, Mexico
Wha
t: communitarian event to raise awareness toward gender-sensitive issues

Participants involved:
200
Indirect beneficiaries:
200

ACTIVITY 4:
16th August2016 (1 day long), in Comisaria de la Comunidad de Xanlah, Chankom, Mexico
What
: event realized in cooperation with the organization KOOKAY, to present a book dedicated to the history and actions of women of the local community of Xanla

Participants involved:
50
Indirect beneficiaries:
50
Direct Beneficiaries:
537
Indirect beneficiaries:
630
Direct Beneficiaries:
59
Indirect beneficiaries:
387
ACTIVITY 2:
22nd of July - 5th of August - 12th of August 2016 (3 days long), in Puno, Peru
What
: cycle of 3 workshops to sensitize the of families Puno with the following goals: analyse the values within the family; generate understanding toward the different problematic; raise awareness among parents in gender equality and on the importance of a gender based education

Young people and adults involved:
35
Indirect beneficiaries:
75

ACTIVITY 3:
07th and 10th August 2016- change the dates (2 days long), in Lima, Peru
What
: Project_SIN LIMITES: meeting to finalize the development of radio spot to be broadcast in communitarian radios and workshops about over-sensitive issues (that will take place in August-September and October 2016)

Young people involved:
9
Indirect beneficiaries:
230
ACTIVITY 1:
7th - 8th - 9th July 2016 (3 days long), in Ica, Ica region, Peru
What
: planning meeting with the representatives of BVBP, Interquorum Peru and Centro de Investigacion y Desarrolo, to draft a project proposal focused on gender and environment

Young people involved:
15
Indirect beneficiaries:
82

The TC was realized between the
19th
and the
26th of September 2016
in
Poggio Mirteto
, Lazio, ITALY and aimed:

to
deepen
the gender issues from a EU perspective;
to
analyse

the different cultural perspectives
while analysing gender-sensitive issues;
to
analyse gender-related conflicts
and to work on possible ways to manage them;
to
share
within the European partners the main outcomes of the previous steps and all the relevant information gathered;
to
test some of the methods
included in the Handbook;
to
share the methods
, test and develop new ones that can be used to run workshops, actions and sensitization activities in the frame of gender-sensitive issues in the different countries
OUTCOMES
The
networking
within the organizations, partners of the project was empowered;

The
networking
at national level was further developed and new synergies were created;

Participants developed the
capability
to approach gender issues from a wider perspective, making a comparison between the LA and the EU framework;

Participants have been provided with
new tools
to analyze gender-sensitive topics and with
methodologies
to run workshops, actions and sensitization activities in the frame of gender issues in the different countries;

Production of the third
video tutorial
showing the main activities run during the training;

Production of the final draft of the
Handbook
:
English version: http://www.lunaria.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/PANDORAS-BOX_Handbook_EN.pdf
Spanish version: https://www.lunaria.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/PANDORAS-BOX_Handbook_ES.pdf

RAUL ROSATIS – MINISTERIO DE LA MUJER Y POBLACIONES VULNERABLE
, Lima

EDITA HERRERA CALLE – RED NACIONAL DE PROMOCION DE LA MUJER
, Lima

MEETING WITH THE WOMEN GROUP OF BVBP
, Lima

CARITAS FELICES
, Lima
MEETING 4:
17th June 2016 (1 day long), Unidad Educativa Camilo Gallegos Nocturno in Huamboya, Ecuador
Young people involved:
18

MEETING 5:
25th - 26th June 2016 (2 days long), Gobernacion de la Provincia Morona Santiago in Macas, Ecuador
Young people involved:
33
MEETING 4:
20th June 2016 (1 day long), in Ica, Peru
Young people involved:
5

MEETING 5:
07th July 2016 (1 day long), in Lima, Peru
Young people involved:
6
Thanks to all the actors
who took part to this project

The project was Co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union. The European Commission support for the production of this publication does not constitute an endorsement of the contents which reflects the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible.
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