The workshop was also attended by officials from the Ministry of Health and Social Services, the Ministry of Agriculture,Water and Forestry, the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare, and the National Planning Commission.
What does MOGE stand for?
MOGE stands for Ministry of Gender Equality (Korea)
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- Military and Government
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- Mobility Gasoline
- Motor Gasoline
- Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns (Washington, D.C.)
- Moscow Oil and Gas Company (Sibir Energy; Russia)
- Misamis Oriental General Comprehensive High School (Cagayan De Oro City, Philippines)
- Ministry of Gender and Community Services (Malawi)
- Malignant Ovarian Germ Cell Tumors
- Magical Order of the Golden Dawn
- Ministry of Gender and Development (Liberia)
- Marketing and Other General Expenses
- Moved or Gone Elsewhere (records)
- Myanma Oil and Gas Enterprise
- Ministry of Gender Equality and Family (Korea)
- Mobile Operation Godzilla Expert Robot Aero
- Ministry of Gender and Family (Maldives)
- Mixed Oxidant Gases Generated on Demand
- Metro Ottawa Girls House League (girls hockey; Canada)
- Montana Oil and Gas, Inc. (changed to Falcon Energy, Inc.; 2006)
- Marginalized Orientations, Gender Identities, and Intersex
- Management of Global Information Technology
Samples in periodicals archive:
8 percent of the whole population, census data by the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family showed.
Vietnamese women's groups are preparing letters to the Prime Minister's Office in Seoul, the Ministry of Gender Equality and some civic groups to ask for an immediate end to such insulting practices.
Among those are the creation of the Presidential Commission for Women's Affairs, acceptance of the Women's Development Act (1995) and a Five Year Basic Plan for implementation (with the United Nations Development Program), the creation of the Ministry of Gender Equality (2000), a quota system for employing women and a pooling system of preferential hiring for qualified women in government positions (1997), declaring an annual Women's Week (1996), adopting the 21st Century Gender Equality Charter (2001), declaring Equal Employment Week (2001), and passing such laws as the Gender Discrimination Prevention and Relief Law (1996), and the Framework Law on Women's Development (1999).
In the view of the crisis dimension of the problem, WAD is compelled to propose that the Ministry of Health and Social Services as well as the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare take the lead to convene a National Conference on Baby Dumping, Teenage Pregnancy and Gender Based Violence.