A History of Giving...

Grants Given by the Global Summit of Women

2011 Summit in Istanbul, Turkey

     -- $5,000 to World Food Programme for African Food Aid 

2010 Summit in Beijing, China

    -- $10,000 to All-China Women's Federation for women's entrepreneurial activites

     -- $5,000 to World Food Programme for Pakistan flood relief 

    -- $5,000 each to 2 Ministerial best practices:

-The Ministry of Labor in Mexico

-The Ministry of Education in Saudi Arabia

2009 Summit in Santiago, Chile

    -- $5,000 to U.N. Foundation Girl Fund

    -- $5,000 each to 3 Ministerial best practices:

-The Ministry of Justice of Peru

-The Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports of Singapore  

-The Ministry of Agriculture of Chile

To find out more about grants in 2009, click here.

2008 Summit in Hanoi, Vietnam

    -- $16,500 to the All China Women's Federation for victims of the Sichuan earthquake.

    -- $16,500 to the World Food Program for victims of the Myanmar floods

    -- $5,000 each to 3 Ministerial best practices

-The Ministry of Labor, Public Administration & Empowerment of Antigua and Barbuda

-The Department of Trade and Industry of South Africa  

-The Ministry of Labor and Social Welfare of Mexico

To find out more about grants given in 2008, click here.

2007 Summit in Berlin, Germany

    -- $5,000 each to 3 Ministerial best practices

-The Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs of Tanzania

-The Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia

-The Ministry of Trade and Industry of South Africa

To find out more about grants given in 2007, click here.

 2002 Summit in  Barcelona, Spain:

    -- $10,000 to an Afghan NGO identified by Afghanistan's Interim Vice President, Dr. Sima Samar, for women's economic empowerment

 

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