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2006 winners

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2006 winners

    2006 winners

? The establishment of a “Green brigade” team of 1,200 women to clean the

    streets of Ougadougou, Burkina Faso

    A “Keep Ougadougou clean” project that provides regular employment to

    needy women while promoting cleanliness.

    ? Village of Hope Rwanda, provides for basic needs, life skills and social

    amenities to disadvantaged women and orphans living in Kigali, especially

    HIV-positive women survivors of the genocide.

    ? Saint Nicodemus chain of homes, Cameroon, A street children rescue and

    reintegrating programme that facilitates home placement, of underprivileged

    children in Douala.

    ? Job Creation through Restoration of Historic Centres of Palestine.

    Riwaq-centre for architectural conservation provides opportunities for people

    to earn a living while at the same time promoting, restoring and preserving

    cultural heritage.

    ? Ahmedabad Slum Networking Programme India. An infrastructure and

    service provision programme that improves the livelihoods of people living

    and working in Ahmedabad slum areas, with the active participation of the

    community.

    ? Talisay Rivers for Environmental and Economic Sustainability Project,

    Philippines.

    Community-based resource management project that prevents soil erosion and

    encroachment into periphery land, and reduces flood risks.

    ? Ha Tien - Habitats Handbags, Vietnam. An innovative approach to

    conserving the Phu My wetland and providing income to the inhabitants of

    this part of the Mekong delta.

    ? Parla’s Citizen’s Forum. We All Count. - Spain

    Participatory planning and provision of social services in Parla, a marginalised

    suburb of Madrid.

    ? Urban Management and Participative Governance: Neiva’s Commune10 –

    Colombia

    A civic engagement, transparent and accountable approach to resource

    management in the Neiva Commune 10 slum.

    ? Sustainable Solid Waste Management Programme in the City of Carhuaz,

    Peru.

    A community participatory approach to disposing solid wastes in an

    environmentally friendly manner.

    For Best Practice transfers

    ? Rede Jovem de Cidadania BeloHorizonte, Brazil. Youth citizenship

    network that uses the media for social dialogue, capacity building, diffusion

    and transfer of innovations to empower youth countrywide.

    ? Grassroots Women International Academy (GWIA). An international

    mechanism that facilitates the collection, sharing, scaling-up and transferring

    of grassroots women’s best practices.

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