November 15th is the
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Women in Trade in Africa
Presented: March 23, 2022
A discussion about women and their role in trade on the continent of Africa. This is a continuation of the series: Trade in Africa.
What EDFU is doing to reduce inequalities:
Our board is comprised of people from all over the world with various backgrounds and we open membership to anyone who has the same goals as our mission.
We have traveled around the world, including meeting with the Maori of New Zealand, the Nation of Hawaii in Hawaii, and the Ylê Asé de Yansã of Brazil to learn, unite, and help share resources so that we can level the field of opportunities and allow everyone to succeed. -We are working on a major project that includes this work entitled "Project Sankofa". Stay tuned as we start to reveal the details!
Join us there year, 2022, as we present panels that bring light and knowledge to big topics that focus on equality for developing nations and women.
What are ways that you can help reduce inequalities?
Do you feel your current job/place of employment offers equal pay for all?
How can your local and national politics be more inclusive?
Do you feel the global market is on its way to being equal?
How can developed nations help developing nations reach equality in social and economic forms?
What type of transaction fees do you witness that could be eliminated to help equality for migrants and level socioeconomics for all?
A functioning and resilient infrastructure is the foundation of every successful community. To meet future challenges, our industries and infrastructure must be upgraded. For this, we need to promote innovative sustainable technologies and ensure equal and universal access to information and financial markets. This will bring prosperity, create jobs and make sure that we build stable and prosperous societies across the globe.
Do you think there enough jobs are being created in the tech industry to advance science and research?
Do you feel technological advancement is progressing in your country?
How can we increase access to technology for everyone?
How can we help developing nations build sustainable and resilient infrastructure? What are some current setbacks to this issue?
Giving Tuesday 2021
Thank you to all those who have donated to us during the biggest giving week of the year!
Sustainable Development Goal #8
This week, learn about Sustainable Development Goal #8: Decent Work and Econimic Growth. Make sure to tune into our blog and social media channels every week as we look at a new goal and what it is means, as well as what EDFU Foundation is doing to try and help the world and United Nations reach the target date of 2030.
Current Volunteer Needs:
- Volunteers are needed at the library from 10am-11:30am to help pack bags and setup to handout food.
- Volunteers are needed from 11:30am-1:00pm (typically we are finished an hour or so early) to pass out food to the community and clean up.
- We're also looking for volunteers to coordinate food pick-up runs throughout the week!
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