Achieving Gender Equality through women Empowerment.

Susu Mohamed
Posted January 3, 2021 from Somalia

 

Greeting from Somalia

Achieving Gender Equality through women Empowerment.

As Sweco Organization we are normally conducting Training Women empowerment and girls.10 HH House Holds Each HHs @10 girls. the mostly questions are asking us is.

                     

    What Did I DO WRONG?

  • I am too fewer at Schools University’s Education institution’s.
  • I am too fewer at Work place.
  • I am not attending consultation family matters.
  • I have no advice decisions of the country.

 

Have you ever felt that you have treated differently at work because of your religion, color, age, gender, disability, country, Origin skin?

we can overcome discrimination by offering more debates seminars and encouragement.   Best regards,

Susu.

This story was submitted in response to Gender-Based Violence.

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Jill Langhus
Jan 04
Jan 04

Hello Dear Susu,

How are you, dear? Thanks for sharing your post. I think we've all felt some discrimination in our lives, unfortunately, and definitely some more than others. Is Sweco your NGO, dear? Do you have a website and/or social media page(s) to share? Looking forward to hearing more about it.

Susu Mohamed
Jan 04
Jan 04

Dear Jill,
thank you for your comments, yes is a local NGO established 5 group of woman.
I am part of then we are doing activities ,like Training small business projects called Go to school 2-tea woman, I will send you our profile please could you send me your email.
Sweco (Somali Women and girls Organization)
thanks you.
love sister

Jill Langhus
Jan 04
Jan 04

Hello Susu,

You're very welcome! Oh, I see. Congrats!

I will private message you, dear.

You're welcome. xx

Hello, dear Susu,

It's so nice to read updates from Somalia from you. It's good that you identified ways you can improve in running Sweco Organization's activities. It's a learning experience, and you will know better as time goes by.

Yes, dear, I have moments when I was discriminated to the point that I felt existing in this world felt like a mistake. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us.

Susu Mohamed
Jan 11
Jan 11

Dear karen,

Thanks you for comments and encouragement.

You're welcome, dear.