WECOEMP Media a subsidiary of VRS Media Ltd. Our aim is to empower women economically and help close the gender gap by accurate reporting on gender equality & women empowerment through the Women Economic Empowerment Review (WECOEMP) & eWomen Business Review magazine. Exclusively, WECOEMP Media aims to be the platform for gender parity issues and the conduit via which women voices can be channeled.
Through our already established relationships with our sister publication the MDG Review, WECOEMP Review is set to be at the heart of government officials, stake holders and policy makers with whom we want to build private public partnerships and bring in another key player to the loop – the private sector and above all push for the attainment of the MDG goal number 3.
We publish bi-annually with a global distribution primarily targeting private-public partnerships and the role of the Private Sector through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).
Our Millennium Development Goals Commitment
The journey to its inception has taken over 5 years of careful research and development while reporting on the Millennium Development Goals globally. WECOEMP Review & eWomen Business were primarily formed due to the huge gap in the media market for radical and accurate reporting on the economic empowerment of women as a means to an end to gender gap and global poverty, leading to economic prosperity and fulfilment of the Millennium Goals.
Sustainable Development Commitment
In a world that has become more globally connected, WECOEMP Review collaborate on an unprecedented stratum with solution providers through CSR programmes, promoting the role the Private Sector firms play in equality and women empowerment. The private sector has grasped that our commonality for a sustainable global economy is women empowerment & gender equality, and are partnering with us on the integration of commercial, entrepreneurial and public roles towards a more sustainable development growth.
Micro-Business Empowerment Commitment
eWomen Business reports accurately on the major global development and business events, profiling leading businesswomen, and acting as a platform for international businesses to connect. Through the support and reporting on the progress of micro-enterprise and cooperatives such as:
Women Empowerment Commitment
WECOEMP Review & eWomen Business work in synergy in making information accessible for women and getting women realising the resources available to them through our multi-media and non traditionalapproach. Our 5 year plan is to prioritise the promotion and recognition of initiative that are: