OPRE! A Life Skills, Reproductive and Sexual Health Education Workshop for Roma Teenagers in Macedonia

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Context The Roma minority constitutes Europe’s largest and most disadvantaged ethnic one. A substantial segment of this population resides in South-Eastern Europe, struggling on an everyday basis with a complex web of problems and predicaments. Difficulties galore in all spheres of daily living, restraining the Roma from reaching their fullest potential for development, and compromising their equal treatment and access to services in sectors of education, employment, health and housing. In Macedonia, Roma are estimated to comprise 10.4% of the aggregate national
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Internet Consultation and Evaluation (ICE) in Ghana

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The idea of ICE is very simple: leveraging on available Internet technologies in order to empower healthcare staff in remote locations. In many regions in Africa and in other developing countries, health services are provided by small clinics, run by nurses, midwives or assistant physicians, but with unfortunately no resident medical. Such clinics are precious, as they provide basic healthcare services to a population that has no access to other forms of care, due to the lack of medical staff, to
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Training peace mediators in Sunyani, Ghana

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Context A reliable and efficient judicial service is a key element for regional and national development. Effective judicial services mean less social conflict and a more stable situation. Often, developing countries suffer from a choked or corrupted system, jeopardizing any sustainable development effort. The Marian Conflict Resolution Center (www.mariancrc.org), established in 2010 in Sunyani, Ghana, is a center that trains peace mediators with Alternative Dispute Resolution skills. Seed will be collaborating with MCRC to strengthen its training competences, develop outreach actions
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Telling stories to learn and grow up

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Digital storytelling as a resource for young people of Samambaia, a suburb of Brasillia, to learn and express themselves.  Context Samambaia is a town located in the suburbs of Brasilia, where most of inhabitants are families experiencing disadvanged socio-economical conditions, and coming from the Noth-Eastern part of the contry to find a job and better conditions in Brasilia. The Association Nossa Senhora Mãe dos Homens (ANSMH) is located in Samambaia and aims at supporting families experiencing poverty, and their children. In particular, the main
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