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empowerment

Politics (in South Africa) a policy of providing special opportunities in employment, training, etc. for Blacks and others disadvantaged under apartheid
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This therefore makes the empowerment variable to be prone to endogeneity issues.
Empowerment Is a New Approach to the Treatment of Diabetes and Obesity
Held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, the four-day summit is held under the theme, 'Global Empowerment of Communities: Experiences and Lessons learned'.
The Commission also set its sights on establishing financial empowerment goals for each of the six cultivation communities it is statutorily instructed to assist: 1) Aging Kentuckians, 2) K-12 Students, 3) Kentuckians with Disabilities, 4) Low-Income Kentuckians, 5) Veterans and Military Personnel, and 6) State Government Employees.
The programme which is aimed to provide financial and material support for rural and peri-urban women within his constituency and surrounding areas which will also support existing poverty alleviation and women empowerment programmes and schemes to improve human development indices in Oyo State.
'K-P's women empowerment policy substantiates the government's strong commitment towards dealing with challenges in the way to achieving women's empowerment,' said Shah.
Ghafoor Shah acknowledged and appreciated UN Women for its invaluable contribution and support in developing the province's first Women Empowerment Policy, and reiterated the government's commitment to implement the policy effectively.
The Sharjah Commerce and Tourism Development Authority (SCTDA) has announced the dates for the training of the pledges as part of the women's empowerment initiative it had announced in conjunction with NAMA Women Advancement Establishment during Women Economic Empowerment Global Summit (WEEGS) 2017 held in Sharjah.
To achieve this, the Authority has designed a customized women's empowerment training program to address the key learning needs identified for 40 Emirati women who are fresh graduates.
The heart of empowerment is 'power', and it is considered as the core concept of the empowerment process.
Terms of References (Tors) of the Committee are: The Steering Committee shall provide strategic direction to reforms visualized in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Women Empowerment Policy 2017.
Emirati women make up 57 per cent of the private sector's national human resources, according to a research titled Tools of Emirati Women's Empowerment, conducted by Dr Mariam Sultan Lootah, a noted academic.

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