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Women Empowerment- Empeace Workshop, India

Female Leaders making a Difference
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on 10 March 2014

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Transcript of Women Empowerment- Empeace Workshop, India

Women Empowerment Across the Globe
key leader characteristics.
Individual Impact
So Much Has Changed;
Yet So Much Still Needs to Be done
Final Destination
True Story
Zhao Chun Li (Angel)
Organizational Impact
INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN


To unite National Councils of Women's non-governmental organizations from all parts of the world for action to improve the status of women and the well being of the society
Empowerment for peace through leadership self-confidence, self-reliance and self-improvement, and help enhance women's overall competence and development
Introduction: Women's Empowerment
Across the globe women are constantly making a difference to better their communities and be catalysts for change.

Native Americans
Patricia Hibbeler, Salish and Kootenai from the Flathead Reservation in Northwestern Montana
the Chief Executive Officer of the Phoenix Indian Center, Inc., an organization with a 64-year history and the first urban based Indian Center in the Nation.
Utilizing her leadership toward workforce development, educational programming, social services and language and culture revitalization.

But the resources are still not enough. We need money for construction of school blocks; we need money for vocational training materials because we have school leavers who are learning life and vocational skills in our centres. We do not have enough resources, “she says.

This year, she invited fellow Iasa members to Malawi so they could appraise themselves with the situation.
These included Mary Csapo, Professor of Special Education at the University of British Colombia, Canada, and Mary Gale Budzisz.
Csapo, too, was touched: “It is good that I came to Malawi between July and August 2011. I have learned a lot, and will do all I can to mobilize people back home (in Canada) to do more for Malawian children. These are bricks that raise the building we all view as the future.”
Founder Of IASE
Featuring:
Patricia Hibbeler

Ran a one woman campaign to eradicate tuberculosis on the Navajo reservation through medical funding and spreading awareness.
Obtained funding for better housing on the reservation.
Established several educational outreach programs for youth.

I
A Dream.....
Annie Dodge Wauneka's
Scholarship Awardees
Dr. Lilliana Mayo
Fostering Leadership
Planned Action
Shared Vision
Encouragement
Need to Led
Encouraged Collaboration


Swaleha G. Mohamedali - TANZANIA

Swahela Mohamedali is the Head of Department and founder of the Special Education Needs Unit at the Jaffery Academy, Arusha, Tanzania. The four story building (of which the first 2 floors are done) caters to both inclusive and exclusive programs, equipped with a physiotherapy and occupational therapy room, and a Pre-vocational skills program. Sally trains teachers and volunteers to work in the unit.

Sandra Trevethan
Mwayi Trust is a locally based NGO working with communities in southern rural Malawi, near the city of Blantyre.
At the present time, I am enrolled at the University of Missouri-St. Louis in a Doctor of Education Program focusing on Special Education. I look at this opportunity to earn an advanced degree in special education as relevant and timely. I plan to return to Malawi and use my knowledge and expertise there upon the completion of my studies. Malawi, like many other countries south of the Equator recognizes the key role of including all people regardless of ability into the development process. The country is fast embracing and implementing the inclusion philosophy. The need to build capacity and expertise to support the inclusion of individuals with special needs and ensure their meaningful participation is critical.

• Mindset
• Voice
• Begin with questions
• Owning the process
• Leading with others
• Empowering
• Igniting passion
• Coaching

EmPeace Labs
You must be the change you wish to see in the world
Mahatma Gandhi
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