Title of their project: Enabling livelihoods and improved nutrition through micro solar hatchery enterprises for women empowerment and improved nutrition in villages of district Almora, Uttarakhand.
The team works for the “Institute of Himalayan Environmental Research and Education” (INHERE), Chinoni, Uttarakhand, India. The principal contact is Chinmaya Shah.
It is interesting to see the work INHERE is doing in India. You can find more information on the project here. It truly is such an honor to be able to see the work that the IFHE US grant recipients are doing across the globe.
Today would have been the grand IFHE World Congress opening in Atlanta, USA. We dearly regret that we had to postpone this important event and networking opportunity for our profession.
Thanks to the committment of our host IFHE-US, we can look now forward to holding the IFHE World Congress 4-10 September 2022. Please save the date and don’t don’t miss this global event for home economics exchange.
We are pleased to announce that the grant proposal project, “Pathways to Pain with Extra Chromosome: Relations between Societal Discrimination, Parental Functioning & Child Psychosocial Well-Being” in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) districts of Pakistan has been selected as one of the 2020-2024 IFHE Development Fund Grant recipients. This proposal was submitted by Prof Dr. Syeda Kaniz Fatima Haider from the Department of Human Development and Family Studies, College of Home Economics, University of Peshawar, Pakistan, The mission of this proposal is to help the lives of people with Down Syndrome and their families through support, education, public awareness, and advocacy in the rural areas of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Districts in Pakistan.
Challenge to donate to climate
exhibitor-IFHE World Congress
The Exhibit Committee of the International
Federation of Home Economics (IFHE) 2020 World Congress, August 2-8
Atlanta, GA, is seeking donations to support the participation of Citizens’
Climate Lobby/Citizens’ Climate Education which works nationally and globally.
Since the theme of Congress is “Sustainable Development”, we think we really
need an exhibitor on climate issues and solutions.
This organization also wants to do an exhibit
and 60-minute interactive workshop to help us better understand the
complexities of this problem and solutions.
It has produced videos and other
science-based materials and info you could use in your professional practice.
cost of $1,000 is more than their budget allows. I feel strongly we need this
perspective so I am challenging you to make a tax-deductible donation
that I will match so that we can have access to this valuable information. You will receive a receipt for your donation
from IFHE-US. Send your check written to
IFHE-US with a memo for “climate exhibitor” to: