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    Governor Strengthen PW KPPI West Java


    BANDUNG - West Java Governor H. Ahmad Heryawan strengthen the Regional Board of Women Political Caucus Indonesia (PW KKPPI) in West Java in the period 2015 to 2019 as many as 56 people on Monday (7/12).

    Head of Women Empowerment Child Protection and Family Planning Agency (BP3AKB) West Java Province, Dr. Hj. Nenny Kencanawati, MSi as the organisers of the inaugural explained PW KKPPI West Java confirmed by Governor as on KPPI Decree No. 083/KKPPI-Center/X/2015 on the perceiver Composition and Personnel of KPPI West Java.

    "The purpose of the inaugural PW KKPPI West Java to increase participation in building the women political participation, strengthen the work ethic of political women in West Java and to build solidarity and solidity to realise improvements the quality of women and children life," he said.

    The goal in line with the vision of KPPI, to realise the women political role in public life, state and nation toward a democratic civil society, justice and equality.

    Nenny explains, West Java Provincial Government through the Agency for Women's Empowerment and Child Protection and Family Planning West Java Province from 2009 to 2015 have helped to facilitate the availability KPPI West Java province with various activities.

    Including the implementation of capacity building for 1,000 KPPI members, capacity building for 300 female legislative candidates in four regions, and strengthening women elected legislature after the elections in 2014 as many as 400 people, capacity building and public communication as many as 500 people in two batches.

    Furthermore the cooperation participation in the handling of victims of trafficking in West Java and co-operation of women economic empowerment. As many as 40 percent of women legislators in district/cities in West Java from the member of KPPI West Java.

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