QMG organizon trajnim profesional rreth keshillimit
Economic insecurity has devastating consequences on the lives of survivors of domestic violence. Moreover, economic abuse can have lasting consequences due to job losses which, when combined with the high cost of living today, have impacts that severely limit women's options and the ability to achieve security and justice. The project for economic empowerment of women victims of violence aims to build, protect and restore the economic security of survivors of violence so that they can be safe and without abuse. This project will enable ten surviving violence women to be certified in tailoring and sewing with a sewing machine and the opportunity to open a joint shop. This project is 6 month and is supported by the Australian Embassy in Vienna.