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Smart centre launches the second phase of its leadership project in South Lebanon


Smart centre for media and advocacy launched yesterday a series of workshops in South Lebanon as part of the second phase of its She-Leads project.  The event was held at the South Lebanon Cultural Centre which is located in Nabatieh, with the participation of 50 women from Nabatyeh, Kfeir, Saida and Harouf as well as Smart’s partners in South Lebanon.  Smart’s director, Samar al Yassir, noted that the second phase of the project targets a diverse group of women from North Lebanon, Kesrwan and Nabatyeh and aims to train them to become decision makers in their communities and to become more effective politically, socially and economically.  A number of representatives of Smart partners then spoke notably Doha Sabbagh, from “For a better Nabatieh” association, Amani Shakarun, from Development for People and Nature Association (DPNA),  and Samar Nawfal, from Women Empowerment Support Association– Kfeir, who praised the importance of the programme in supporting and empowering women in their localities.
Source: Al-Mustaqbal 11 June 2014

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