Presentation on theme: "5 projects overwhelmingly approved by the Delegates 5 projects overwhelmingly approved by the Delegates to the ZI Convention in Torino to the ZI Convention."— Presentation transcript:
5 projects overwhelmingly approved by the Delegates 5 projects overwhelmingly approved by the Delegates to the ZI Convention in Torino to the ZI Convention in Torino To be funded through our Clubs’ & our individual donations To be funded through our Clubs’ & our individual donations
Zonta funds $802K (~1/2 project total) Managed by UN Women & delivered by Oxfam Novib Working to help local organizations harness the power of the mass media to fight gender-based violence Year 1: in Nigeria & Bangladesh Year 2: in Afghanistan, Cambodia, Egypt, Mali, Niger, Pakistan, Rwanda, Somalia, Sudan and Vietnam
will build on the successes of the Women in the City initiatives in Guatemala & El Salvador to help women in Nueva Suyapa & Villanueva recover public spaces for women, children & their communities. Zonta: $250K with UNWomen
Samoa Victim Support Group will deliver the project on behalf of UN Trust Fund Training village reps, Partnering with police, Conducting workshops on preventing home, Growing networks of support, Training in economic independence Zonta : $110K
Support Rwandan Gov’t in forming strategy for expansion of geographically-distributed 1-stop centers. Support integration of HIV/PMTCT info into data monitoring tool, strengthening follow-up with exposed mothers & their children. Reduce incidence & lessen impact of gender-based violence. Strengthen access to comprehensive package of youth-friendly services for the growing number of adolescents living with HIV (with a focus on young girls). Zonta : $1M, continuing this partnership with UNICEF since 2008
Moving from project-based treatment to treatment integrated into the Government’s national health system. Program will be expanded to provide support to women with more chronic fistula problems. Zonta: $1M, has continued this sponsorship since 2008 in cooperation with UN Population Fund.
These international service projects & Zonta’s scholarships are what Zonta’s all about… It’s how we ‘walk our talk’ internationally. It’s how we’re known.