Share 18 Views no discussions LocalNews Dominica National Counsel on Women struggles to keep afloat by: – May 10, 2011 Photo credit: start-business-info.comPresident of the National Council on Women Josephine Dublin Prince says the organization is struggling to keep afloat.Prince says the global financial crisis has made it even more difficult to access international funding and that is affecting the organization.She says in the interim, the DNCW is looking at ways to source funding for its various programs.“It was already difficult before the global recession. The situation is that they hesitate to give the nonprofit countries like Dominica much assistance. It is quite challenging to seek funding,” she said.Dominica Vibes News Share Tweet Share Sharing is caring!
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