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Gender Training in Karak for Participants from Lebanon and Jordan

Jan 27, 2020

On January 27th 2020, Horizons for Green Development conducted a Gender Training as part of the MINARET project for Jordanian and Lebanese participants in Al Karak Castle in Jordan.

The training follows the recommendations of the MINARET strategic gender action plan that covers Jordan, Lebanon, and Tunisia. The training was attended by members of the Karak and Jdaideh municipalities, members of the civil society, CBOs, and local NGOs.

The full-day training covered themes ranging from the role of gender mainstreaming in the MINARET project, the connection between gender equality and climate change action, as well as detection, prevention and mitigation of gender-based violence.

The attendees of the training engaged in interactive activities and discussions and received a certificate of completion at the end of the day.

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