BROSHURE: INCLUSION OF ETHNIC MINORITY WOMEN IN THE LABOUR MARKET

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CARE in the Balkans is very pleased to present this brochure which outlines the main project results, but also key approaches and steps utilised to motivate, engage and include ethnic minority women into the labour market in the Republic of Macedonia. In cooperation with partner organization Women’s Civic Initiative ANTIKO – a network of 16 grass roots organisations from Macedonia, CARE has successfully implemented the project „Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Women in the Labour Market“, targeting five regions in Republic of Macedonia – Skopje, Tetovo, Bitola, Stip and Kumanovo.

This project is part of the wider CARE’s effort to economically empower women not just in the Balkan region, but also globally. The objectives and activities of the project „Inclusion of Ethnic Minority Women in the Labour Market“ are in a very core of CARE’s global mission to end poverty while placing women empowerment in the centre of our programme. With this project, we have addressed the issue of marginalization of ethnic minorities and access of vulnerable and excluded women to labour market.

The project team of CARE and ANTIKO, together with our associate CSOs in the target areas paid particular attention to reaching out to the marginalized ethnic minority women and providing information, training, mentoring and support needed for the increase of employability of each project beneficiary. On the other hand, the cooperation with local stakeholders and their involvement in social dialogue that was initiated by the project, opened the door for greater acceptance and raising community awareness about the issue of access to labor market of those who were practically never before active job seekers.

We are very proud that the projected results have been overachieved for more than 30%.

This is a product of the comprehensive methodology, team dedication, collaboration in the field with various stakeholders and the great effort of field associates to reach out and target those that were in need for assistance. We hope that the project has greatly influenced the lives of 326 women who were direct beneficiaries, but also many of those who are going to benefit by the project advocacy efforts and replication of approach that has been utilized. We would, thus, like to thank all associates who, collaborating on achievement of project results, contributed to increasing inclusion of ethnic minority women into labor market and raising awareness of importance of women economic empowerment.

 

Sumka Bučan, MSc

Director, CARE International Balkans

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