RURAL WOMEN NATIONAL ASSOCIATION, ROMANIA, is a non profit, non-governmental organization, founded in 1997. It has 15 branches all over Romania. Our members represent a rich range of social levels: from business women to housekeepers or unemployed; from young girls to old women; from illiterate ones to university graduates, living and working in rural areas - from the most developed to isolated ones.
The mission of RWNA is to ensure equal chances with other social categories and to reach a real social protection for its members. The association encourages initiatives and entrepreneurship in valorizing local heritage.
- to encourage rural women’s initiatives and entrepreneurship
- to support women professional integration and their economical/social independence
- to promote local and national traditions
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