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  • Organisation

    HomeNet Laos is a Non-Profit Association established in 2003 as part of the NPAs under ECCDA. HomeNet Laos (HNL) is in the process to register with the Ministry of Home Affairs of Lao PDR since it is already registered with the provincial office. HomeNet Thailand has assisted the HNL and ECCDA to conduct orientation and training activities among the various groups since 2005.

    With its affiliation to HomeNet SEA, Home net Lao (HNL) provides guidance and support to the grassroots community as a not-for-profit community-based project. HNL was formerly part of ECCDA, that draws together sustainable community and environmental development initiatives that acknowledges the co-dependency of people with their environment. It has currently become a member of the Lao civil society organisations (CSO) group and is actively involved in the Social Protection of the DGD Project.

    HNL cooperates and sub-contracts with other national organisations, international nongovernmental organisations (INGOs) to support the microfinance and home-based workers in Lao PDR.

    • Organisation

      HomeNet Laos is a Non-Profit Association established in 2003 as part of the NPAs under ECCDA. HomeNet Laos (HNL) is in the process to register with the Ministry of Home Affairs of Lao PDR since it is already registered with the provincial office. HomeNet Thailand has assisted the HNL and ECCDA to conduct orientation and training activities among the various groups since 2005.

      With its affiliation to HomeNet SEA, Home net Lao (HNL) provides guidance and support to the grassroots community as a not-for-profit community-based project. HNL was formerly part of ECCDA, that draws together sustainable community and environmental development initiatives that acknowledges the co-dependency of people with their environment. It has currently become a member of the Lao civil society organisations (CSO) group and is actively involved in the Social Protection of the DGD Project.

      HNL cooperates and sub-contracts with other national organisations, international nongovernmental organisations (INGOs) to support the microfinance and home-based workers in Lao PDR.

    • Project

      The Gender-based Economic Empowerment in Lao project builds the capacity for women to demonstrate their right to participation in relevant activities of becoming active citizens and influencing local development processes. The project ensures that social empowerment is changed in gender norms, attitudes, and behaviours for men and women within their communities.

      The project also collaborates with local partner organisations such as Lao Women Union, Lao Youth Union, Lao Federation of Trade Union, Government agencies, relevant stakeholders, private sectors, Non-Profit Association (NPAs)/ Civil Society Organisation (CSOs), International Non- Governmental Organisations (INGOs) and local partners to improve the livelihoods of women and their families, including access to relevant training, increased skills and capacity.

      In terms of women empowerment, the project increases the ability of women to raise their voices in relation to authority such as government administrators or local leaders (at the local level). This is included as a means of improving women’s role in household decision-making; improving attitudes regarding women’s involvement and engagement at the community level and ensures that women and men participate in the project activities and are involved in choosing, planning, implementing, participating and monitoring and evaluation of the projects.

  • Project

    The Gender-based Economic Empowerment in Lao project builds the capacity for women to demonstrate their right to participation in relevant activities of becoming active citizens and influencing local development processes. The project ensures that social empowerment is changed in gender norms, attitudes, and behaviours for men and women within their communities.

    The project also collaborates with local partner organisations such as Lao Women Union, Lao Youth Union, Lao Federation of Trade Union, Government agencies, relevant stakeholders, private sectors, Non-Profit Association (NPAs)/ Civil Society Organisation (CSOs), International Non- Governmental Organisations (INGOs) and local partners to improve the livelihoods of women and their families, including access to relevant training, increased skills and capacity.

    In terms of women empowerment, the project increases the ability of women to raise their voices in relation to authority such as government administrators or local leaders (at the local level). This is included as a means of improving women’s role in household decision-making; improving attitudes regarding women’s involvement and engagement at the community level and ensures that women and men participate in the project activities and are involved in choosing, planning, implementing, participating and monitoring and evaluation of the projects.

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