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Monitoring CEDAW implementation

Created on 02 June 2010
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Funded by the EU, the Arab Women Organization – one of IUCN’s members and a partner in the Azraq Oasis Restoration Project - launched the “Monitoring CEDAW Implementation” for restoring the Azraq Oasis in partnership with the IUCN/ROWA with involvement by the local community in order to enhance water governance and improve women participation in water resources management. CEDAW stands for  Convention on the Elimination of all Forms of Discrimination at Women.
To ensure active participation of the local community, collecting and analyzing information was entirely carried out by the local community.

More info: www.iucn.org
Produced by: IUCN West Asia Regional Office 
Language: Arabic with English subtitiles



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