Positive gender transformative change is happening in Papua New Guinea.

Positive gender transformative change is not only possible, it is happening in Papua New Guinea.

Paracetamol glucuronide structure

Paracetamol glucuronide structure

More hints

Imipramine dosage for anxiety

this post

Pacific Women is one of the largest global commitments to gender equality. It aims to improve opportunities for the political, economic and social advancement of Pacific women.

It is supported by the Australian Government through the Papua New Guinea-Australia Partnership. Since it began in 2012, it has committed $116.84 million to initiatives that support women’s empowerment in Papua New Guinea and the Autonomous Region of Bougainville.

As a result of Pacific Women’s long-term commitment to partners’ efforts, gender transformative change is happening in Papua New Guinea. Women and men in their family, communities and workplaces, are changing the way they behave to reduce the harms to women and girls and to strengthen their families, communities and workplaces.

Loratadine order online

Diovan tablet

Imiquimod precio en colombia

Metronidazole 400mg dosage for trichomoniasis

Benadryl dosage for 32 lbs

Pacific Women partners have identified eight elements that have been key to achieving gender transformation in Papua New Guinea, detailed in the ‘What Works for Gender Transformative Approaches in Papua New Guinea‘ report. For an overview of the eight elements, you can refer to the Gender Transformative Change Brief in Papua New Guinea.

Download the ‘What Works for Gender Transformative Approaches in Papua New Guinea‘ report.

Two versions of a slideshow video builds from the Report and Practice Note to visually present the findings. This slideshows are developed in English and Tok Pisin.

Max dose of ibuprofen and tylenol

Budesonide stomach pain

official site

Healing power of hydrogen peroxide

Drugs similar to verapamil

The Tok Pisin version is targeted to local partners to enhance their understanding of what is gender transformative approaches and to show local partners that gender transformation is happening in Papua New Guinea.

 

The GETA slideshows take into account disability learning and by presenting the findings as an audio-visual product we are enabling persons with disability to be able to access the product.