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GFI and SEWA Announce Partnership at CGI 2014

Photo Credit: Barbara Kinney/ Clinton Global Initiative

GFI and the Self Employed Women's Association (SEWA) Announce Commitment to Action at the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting


September 22, 2014
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Today at the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, Karen Tramontano, Founder of Global Fairness Initiative, and Reema Nanavaty, Self Employed Women’s Association, announced a CGI Commitment to supporting women salt workers in India through the Salt Worker’s Economic Empowerment Program (SWEEP).

SWEEP is a collaborative project of the Global Fairness Initiative and the Self Employed Women's Association (SEWA) designed to improve economic opportunity and empowerment for women salt farmers through environmentally sustainable energy solutions. SWEEP is aimed to give 30,000 women salt producers of the Surendranager District tools, access, and voice to better realize profits and maximize their personal and community livelihood goals.

Photo Credit: Barbara Kinney/ Clinton Global Initiative

Learn more about the Salt Workers Economic Empowerment Program by clicking Salt Workers Economic Empowerment Program.