CSW62 parallel event of The Kota Alliance: Storytelling for Women's Empowerment
The Kota Alliance's parallel event with NGOCSW during the Commission of the Status of Women (CSW62) of UN Women was a success despite the snow storm. Special thanks to our wonderful speakers Saba Ismail of Aware Girls and Nadia Manzoor of Burq Off! Check out pictures from the event below photographed by Kota's Program Assistant Suvi Helko:
What is Kota?
The Kota Alliance is a hub and incubator for not-for-profit organizations, social enterprises, and women-owned businesses that share the like-minded goal of gender equality andwomen's empowerment. Currently working out of the Centre for Social Innovation (CSI), The Kota Alliance long term goal is to be working independently out of a World Center for Women via a social enterprise model.
About half of nonprofits identify “long-term financial sustainability” as their greatest challenge. By joining Kota at the Women's Lab at CSI, you will benefit from the group discount that CSI offers us, and prove that our vision works: the Kota Alliance will reduce costs with shared office, event, and conference space at reduced prices in New York City, and improve efficiency with fiscal, physical, and programmatic support, as well as collaboration between partner organizations.
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