My Life My Rights Woman Workshops

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My Life My Rights Woman Workshops
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Country: Costa_Rica
Volunteer(s) Name: E Barber
Volunteer(s) Homestate: California
Funds community contributed: $2, 266.00
Percentage community contributed: 38%
Funds needed were: $3, 719.00
Funds requested were: $3, 724.00
PPCP #: 515-104
Year of project approval: 2005
Projects started in Costa_Rica 2005 (3).
My Life My Rights Woman Workshops, School Perimeter Fence Construction, United Women for Development Conference
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Other Projects in Costa_Rica (13).
A Court For Change, Community Kitchen, Community Recreation Area, Cultivating Responsibility, Elementary School Improvement, Enhancing Education through Technology, Increased Educational Opportunity, My Life My Rights Woman Workshops, School Perimeter Fence Construction, Self Empowerment Girls Conference, United Women for Development Conference, What Do You Do When the Water Runs Dry? Build a New Holding Tank.
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Info about the My Life My Rights Woman Workshops

In the last four years Peace Corps Volunteers working with PANI (Costa Rica Child Services) to conduct VIDA Valuing Individual and Developing Self-esteem workshops for at-risk young woman. This year¿s theme is ¿My Life, My Rights.¿ This conference will benefit 80 girls between the ages of 13-16 years old. The conference will include the following workshops: Domestic Violence Prevention, Sexuality, Decision Making and Communication, Exploring Our Dreams, and How to Plan My Life. Peace Corps Volunteers, Costa Rican professionals, and participates from previous conferences will conduct the training. Partnership assistance is requested to cover the cost of lodging and meals for all participants. PANI is covering transportation costs and lodging and meals for the presenters.

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