The new fund, which is the first of its kind in Ireland has been established to support charitable and social enterprise organisations that seek to enhance the economic mobility of women, by investing in organisations that provide training, upskilling, education and other services directly to disadvantaged women. According to figures from the Central Statistics Office Ireland, the gender participation gap in the Irish labour market is one of the widest in Europe, compared to other EU countries. In addition to grant funding, successful organisations will receive a place on an Accelerator Programme, which includes bespoke training from experts across the private, non-profit and public sector. Employees from the bank will also provide mentoring and further tailored training to the successful organisations.
Ireland Welcomes New Mná Na Héireann – Women Of Ireland Fund | The Wheel
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The following information is both for people who may have a problem and for those in contact with people who have, or might have a problem. Most of this information is available in more detail in literature published by NA World Services. This page explains in general what to expect from Narcotics Anonymous. It describes what NA is, what NA does and does not do. Here we have tried to answer the questions we ourselves had, when we first came to NA.
Narcotics Anonymous NA describes itself as a "nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem". As of May [update] there were more than 70, NA meetings in countries. The third tradition of NA states that the only requirement for membership is "a desire to stop using.