Created in 2007 by the Women's Forum for the Economy and Society with ELLE magazine and the ELLE Foundation, Women for Education is an initiative that honors each year an international NGO working to train women in developing countries.
Award-winners have included projects in Afghanistan, Ethiopia, Haiti, India and Madagascar, as well as a panAfrican campaign to improve training for midwives.
The 2012 Women for Education prize was awarded today to EAST (Eau Agriculture et Santé en Milieu Tropical, 'Water, Agriculture Health in Tropical Zones') for its work in Madagascar.
In 2012, the Women For Education initiative will focus on a call for projects that will seek initiatives focused on "How new technologies can contribute to the education of women and improve access to healthcare in Africa."
Created in 2007 by ELLE magazine, the ELLE Foundation and the Women's Forum, Women for Education is an initiative that honors each year an international NGO working to train women in developing countries. The five projects in Afghanistan, India, Mexico, Ethiopia and Haiti have all won awards at Deau...
The Women For Education prize was created in 2007, as an initiative of the Women’s Forum and This prize, funded by the Renault-Nissan Alliance...
For the 3rd year, the Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society and the ELLE Foundation – with the support of Renault-Nissan –