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The skills programme helping women in north and west Belfast reach their full potential

An innovative new collaborative education and skills programme is helping women in north and west Belfast improve their lives

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Worthwhile: Joleen Wasson, Kerry Crockett, Joan Mercerthe

Worthwhile: Joleen Wasson, Kerry Crockett, Joan Mercerthe

Women’s Tec chief executive, Lynn Carvill, SWC manager, Betty Carlisle, GLOW chief executive, Chara Clarke, and lotto funders, Seamus McCann and Sandra McNamee

Women’s Tec chief executive, Lynn Carvill, SWC manager, Betty Carlisle, GLOW chief executive, Chara Clarke, and lotto funders, Seamus McCann and Sandra McNamee

Joleen Wasson

Joleen Wasson

Mary Tolan

Mary Tolan

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Worthwhile: Joleen Wasson, Kerry Crockett, Joan Mercerthe

Three of Belfast’s best-loved women’s organisations – Giving Life Opportunities to Women (GLOW), Shankill Women’s Centre (SWC) and Women’s Tec - have joined forces to bring the Connect4Women programme to fruition.

The five-year scheme, which started in April 2020, has received £500,000 National Lottery funding, and has already helped scores of women during these turbulent pandemic times.


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