IFHE Partnerships

10YFP Sustainable Lifestyles and Education - Zero Hunger Challenge - Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves - Alliance of Health Promotion

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IFHE Position Statements on the following UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

with Input of the Associated Country Women of The World (ACWW)

SDG 2: "End Hunger, achieve Food Security and improved Nutrition, and promote sustainable Agriculture" will be developed in 2018...

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Report UNESCO-MiSK Forum - May 2017

Report on attending the Seventh UNESCO NGO Forum organised in partnership with the MiSK Foundation

"Youth and their Social Impact"

Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 3rd – 4th May 2017

Submitted by: Associate Prof. Mona Sharaf ABDELGALIL (IFHE UN Representative) and Dr. Lina GABER

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Home Economics Relation to Sustainable Development 2016

New Postcard launched by the IFHE Programme Committee Family (and Gender)

"IFHE promotes Home Economics and households as keys for transforming societies to achieve sustainable development"

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CSW 60 March 2016

2016 Commission of the Status of Women (CSW60) and IFHE
Submitted by Janine DUNCAN, IFHE Representative at the UN, New York

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UN DPI/NGO Conference 2016 in Gyeongju, Korea

Event to Enable Focus on Education in Pursuit of Sustainable Development Goals
The United Nations Department of Public Information is pleased to announce that the Republic of Korea has confirmed its desire to host the sixty-sixth Department of Public Information (DPI)/Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) Conference in Gyeongju from 30th May to 1st June 2016.
 


IFHE Participation at UN 66th DPI/NGO Conference 2016

The UN DPI/NGO Conference Report

I would like to thank you and IFHE again to give me this wonderful opportunity to attend the 66th UN DPI/NGO Conference in Korea. I met Doona CHO (right on the photo) at the conference.

More than 2,500 people participated in the conference to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and there were four Conference roundtables and a fifth one organised by the national organising committee. Also the Conference hosted 45 workshops, 69 exhibitions and a series of youth-related events. 

A global education action agenda affirming the importance of Sustainable Development Goal 4 – ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting lifelong opportunities for all – was adopted in Gyeongju, Republic of Korea. The Gyeongju Action Plan provides concrete guidance for NGOs around the world to enhance their ability to lobby governments to commitment to implementing the Sustainable Development Goals and mobilise NGOs in communities on the ground (see below).

It was truly an amazing experience to meet people from around the world and share the idea of quality education with other NGOs. I hope IFHE can be more active for the next conference to represent our voices.

1. Gyeongju Action Plan (official document)
http://outreach.un.org/ngorelations/files/2016/05/FinalAA.pdf

2. Wrap-up Video
http://webtv.un.org/watch/66th-un-dpi-ngo-conference-gyeongju-republic-of-korea-30-may-1-june-2016-wrap-up/4922888585001
 

3. Impressions of the 66th UN DPI/NGO Conference 2016

4. For more Information

Submitted by: Jasmin KWON, USA/Korea


4th International Forum of NGOs in official Partnership with UNESCO

The 4th International Forum of NGOs in official partnership with UNESCO was held at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris on June 29th and 30th 2015. With approximately 250 participants from international NGOs worldwide, the goal of the Forum was to review the progress that has been made in the field of women and poverty. IFHE had two representatives from different countries in attendance: Jacqueline FRITSCH (France) and Mona SHARAF ABDELGALIL (Egypt).

Submitted by: Mona SHARAF ABDELGALIL, IFHE Representative at UNESCO, Paris

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World Food Day 2015

"Social Protection and Agriculture, breaking the Cycle of Rural Poverty"
Article regarding the World Food Day 2015 by Sidiga WASHI, IFHE President-Elect (2014 – 2016)

The eradication of hunger and extreme poverty emerge as possible Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the Post-2015 development era. Despite the progress made according to the MDGs achievement reports, around 780 million people in the developing countries still suffer from chronic hunger and over one billion persons are extremely poor and living on less than $1.25 per day.

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Recommendations of the Vienna NGO Committee on Ageing 2014

Recommendations formultated by the Vienna NGO Committee on Ageing on the basis of its deliberations during the event organised to mark the 2014 International Day of Older Persons on "Social Solutions and Technology for Active and Healthy Ageing" concerning the Production and Usability of new Technologies.

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IFHE at 65th UN DPI/NGO Conference 2014

"2015 and Beyond: Our Action Agenda"

The United Nations Department of Public Information Non-Governmental Organisations (DPI/NGO) held its 65th Annual Conference from 27th – 29th August 2014, at the United Nations headquarters in New York, New York

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Submitted by: Carol WARREN, IFHE President


Second International Forum of NGOs In Official Partnership with UNESCO

With the support of the Government of Cote D'Ivoire

"Access to Water for All in Africa"

"A fundamental human right Women and Youth at the root of this objective"

30th - 31st July 2014 - Cote D'Ivoire

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Submitted by: Mona Sharaf ABDELGALIL, IFHE Liaison Egypt and IFHE Representatives at UNESCO

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