Inclusive development is crucial to ensuring all populations can fully access resources and programs that will lead to a better, longer and healthier quality of life. NCBA CLUSA recognizes that gender equity, youth empowerment and inclusion of marginalized and underrepresented communities is essential for creating strong and effective international development programs. Inclusive development is at the center of the work we do, and the stories we tell.
Join us to close out Women’s History Month on Thursday, March 30 from 10:30-11:30 am EDT to hear from some of the women doing that work and telling those stories.
We’ll hear from Fatou Kine, NCBA CLUSA’s Regional Technical Advisor for West Africa; Carolina Reynoso Pieters, NCBA CLUSA’s Country Director for Mozambique; and Lydia Omamo, NCBA CLUSA’s Country Director for Kenya.
Our speakers will highlight the work of some of our projects in Mozambique, Senegal and Kenya by taking a look at project gender approaches, key gender results and lessons learned on implementing inclusive programming. Following our panel discussion, we’ll reserve time for audience Q&A.