The Women’s Insight Project (WIP) works with isolated, vulnerable, and low-income women in indigenous, newcomer, and racialized communities to empower them through building their capacity and confidence to lead changes at community level.
The project will enable women to identify SDG gaps in their communities through a participatory action approach and to design and implement community led solutions to address problems identified.
WIP builds on intensive community involvement and bottom-up approaches to ensure no one is left behind – and that isolated women are able to break their isolation and transform into leaders that drive change within their communities.
MMC is supported by 3 implementation partners in this project: The Immigrant Services Society of BC (ISS of BC), the Vancouver Aboriginal Friendship Centre Society (VAFCS), and the Al Mustafa Trust Foundation.
The project uses a train-the-trainer model to deliver the Women’s Insight project trainings and guide project development to address SDG gaps at communal level. Each SPO partner will recruit and train 15 racialized low-income women in theory practice format to conduct research, analyze data on the SDG knowledge gaps in their communities and pilot projects that address the identified SDG gaps in their communities in partnership with SPOs and other relevant stakeholders.