Monthly Archives: February 2016

Interview with Nejma Zeghidi (“Selma”)

After its regional success in Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt, and Jordan the ANA HUNNA film Selma traveled to Germany. Together with two other films Selma was screened at the African Film Festival in Cologne in October. The main actress Nejma Zeghidi attended the event to tell and debate about the situation of women in Tunisia who […]

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ANA HUNNA Mentoring Networking Event: Dialogue with Jordanian Women Leaders

  Within the framework of ANA HUNNA Female Mentoring Project to create networking opportunities for mentees and to connect them with inspirational female figures, the Centre for Women’s Studies (CWS), University of Jordan with the support of EconoWin hosted an inspirational networking event. The event featured high profile women role models that shared their career […]

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Egypt: Competition Start – Where are the opportunities for Egyptian Companies?

23.11.2015. HR managers and C-Suites of Egyptian companies attended the first event of the Gender Diversity Competition in Egypt. The event marks the commencement of the Competition, inviting Egyptian companies with more than 150 employees to apply. During the event, EconoWin presented the Gender Diversity approach, an innovative HR tool that seeks to improve corporate […]

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Gender Diversity at the Service of Performance of Tunisian Companies

More than 20 private Tunisian companies participated December 18, 2015 at a breakfast-debate on “gender diversity at the service of performance of Tunisian companies.” The discussion focused on the importance of attracting, retaining and promoting female talent to ensure better performance. The event also marked the launch of the second edition of the call for […]

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Gender Sensitive Value Chain Projects: Long-Term Outcome

  From 2012 to 2013, EconoWin implemented seven Gender Sensitive Value Chain (GSVC) projects in its target countries Egypt, Jordan, Morocco and Tunisia. Independent consultants now conducted about 750 interviews with beneficiaries and project partners in all four countries, to see whether their economic position also improved long-term. The beneficiaries confirmed that the GSVC approach has been a key […]

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EconoWin and JEDCO: MoU for cooperation on Gender Sensitive Value Chains

  Within the framework of the Gender Sensitive Value Chain project in Jordan, EconoWin signed a MoU with Jordan Enterprise Development Corporation (JEDCO) on the 16th of January, 2016. The agreement was signed by JEDCO’s CEO, Hana Uraidi, and Nour Moghrabi, EconoWin’s representative among the presence of managers and representatives from both parties. Hana Uraidi […]

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