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الجمعية الفلسطينية لصاحبات الأعمالPalestinian Businesswomen's Associationأصالة

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Asala - The Palestinian Businesswomen's Association

 has been active providing loans to women since 1997 when it was first established under the name of the Center for Women's Economic Projects (CWEP).
In January 2001 it was registered with the Palestinian Ministry of Interior as Non-Profit NGO under the name: Palestinian Businesswomen's Association (ASALA).

News

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    Asala is searching for civil society organizations working in the promotion of the role of women in society in Europe and in the Mediterranean wishing to share their experience in their advocacy actions with other organizations in the region.
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    Position: Project Officer for AMENCA ll Project Duration: 8 months to April 30th, with possibility of extension.  Starts immediately. Location: Hebron Office Application Deadline: Monday, September 1, 2014 About Asala: Asala is a Palestinian development organization that contributes to empowering Palestinian women living in poverty to positively change their economic and social status through the provision of financial and non-financial services. Duties & Responsibilities:
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    Since The Palestinian Businesswomen Organization ASALA has been working for women economic and social empowerment, and assisting  women living in poverty to improve their lives and social positions by enabling and encouraging their successful participation in sustainable economic activities.

Story of Success

Huda

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Born and raised in Venezuela, Huda returned to her family’s village of Silwad at eighteen to marry and raise a family. She went on to have nine children. As a result of family intermarriage, three of Huda’s children have severe mental and physical handicaps. Huda needed to find a way to earn income to pay for her children’s treatment and medications.

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