Promoting Sustainable Agroecological Production and the Right of Rural Women to Live Without Violence.
The project was to Promote Sustainable Agroecological Production and the Right of Rural Women to Live Without Violence in Morazan and Sonsonate Departments, El Salvador. S.H.A.R.E. funded the project with $35,000 USD.
To start the project 434 women and 108 men were surveyed regarding the impact of the covid-19 restrictions and their experience with violence, abuse, and inequity against women. Women survey respondents became project beneficiaries.
Agronomy projects included providing:
These projects helped a total of 278 people
S.H.A.R.E. also provided funds for training on the 'Legal Rights of Women'.
S.H.A.R.E. also provided funds for training on 'Prevention of Violence against Women'. '
These training sessions were attended by 100 women and 28 men.
S.H.A.R.E. will continue with projects to support women in their communities by providing: positivity training, agricultural training and the tools necessary for them to provide for their family and to assist them to be entrepreneurs in their own right!