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The Global Women in Management programme, which is a month-long workshop for female leaders of NGOs conducted by the Centre for Development and Population Activities, has reached over 500 female leaders due to ExxonMobil's support as part of its Women's Economic Opportunity Initiative.
Details: More information on the Portland Economic Opportunity Initiative is available on the Portland Development Commission website at http://www.
The ExxonMobil Foundation's signature programs include the ExxonMobil Malaria Initiative, established in 2000, to support the prevention, control and treatment of malaria, and the ExxonMobil Women's Economic Opportunity Initiative, established in 2005, to help women in developing countries fulfill their economic potential and drive social change in their communities.
Launched in 2004 by the Portland Bureau of Housing and Community Development, Portland's Economic Opportunity Initiative contracts with 34 community-based organizations in order to undertake work force and microenterprise projects for specific economic sectors and target populations.
The six month pilot represents the next step in the philanthropic partnership announced at last month's Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) America conference between the Foundation's Clinton Economic Opportunity Initiative (CEO) and UBS WMA.
The Economic Opportunity Initiative in Portland, Ore.
UBS Financial Advisors to support small business owners in underserved communities as part of philanthropic partnership with Clinton Economic Opportunity Initiative NEW YORK -- The William J.
Builds on commitment to invest in innovations that create economic opportunities for women * $1 million focused on scaling up alternative energy technologies * ExxonMobil Women's Economic Opportunity Initiative has invested more than $35 million since 2005, reaching women in 77 developing countries NEW YORK -- Exxon Mobil Corporation (NYSE:XOM) today announced a $1 million commitment at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) to invest in the expansion of high impact, sustainable technologies that advance women economically in the developing world.