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Amelia K. Siamomua

UNIFEM Pacific Regional Programme Director

UNIFEM

HQ Phone:  (212) 906-6400

Email: a***@***.com

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UNIFEM

304 E45Th Street 15Th Floor

New York City, New York,10017

United States

Company Description

UNIFEM, the United Nations Development Fund for Women, provides financial and technical assistance to innovative programs and strategies to foster women's empowerment and gender equality. Placing the advancement of women's human rights at the centre of all of ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Donor Issues Officer

Forum Secretariat Marketing


Member, Regional Office

Asian Development Bank


Head

Pacific Women's Bureau


Development Cooperation Adviser

Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat


Development Economist

Tonga Development Bank


Affiliations

CARE Inc

Senior Advisor


IPFT

Senior Technical Advisor


Women's Empowerment

Senior Program Advisor


United Nations Development Programme

Regional Program Director


Education

BA

Economics and Politics

University of the South Pacific , Fiji


Bachelor of Arts

Economics and Politics

University of the South Pacific


Master of Business Administration

Mooreland University


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www.unifempacific.com [cached]

Amelia Kinahoi SiamomuaAmelia Kinahoi SiamomuaRegional Programme Directoramelia@unifempacific.com


UNIFEM PACIFIC

pacific.unifem.org [cached]

Amelia Kinahoi SiamomuaRegional Programme Directoramelia@unifempacific.comamelia.siamomua@undp.org


www.scoop.co.nz

~ SAT, 7 September - 'Positioning Pacific women for Progress, Politics and Peace', guest speaker Amelia Siamomua, UNIFEM Pacific Regional Programme Director, at the UNIFEM AGM, followed by light lunch and facilitated discussion on UNIFEM NZ/UNIFEM Pacific roles; 11am at St Columba Centre, 40 Vermont Street, Ponsonby.
For more info contact Lorna McIntosh tel (09) 521 1455 or Beverley Turner tel (09) 418 0700.


unifemusa.org

Amelia Siamomua is an advocate for social justice and human rights, especially women's rights, currently working for CARE USA.Her personal experience with discrimination and citizen's rights in her homeland of Tonga in the South Pacific spurred her successful 22-year career as a development practitioner in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, including a period as a regional director for UNIFEM.


Pacific Islands: PINA and Pacific

www.pacificislands.cc [cached]

His concern was supported by the regional director of UNIFEM, Amelia Siamomua. She said women in Tonga "fail to realise the importance of electing their own representatives to speak on significant political and social issues. "That's one of the many forms of democracy which is still weak and neglected among women of Tonga," Ms Siamomua said."It is obvious that in general, women are standing against other women instead of being supportive of each other and demonstrate a united front." She said results of the last parliamentary elections showed that women in general did not support their own candidate. Ms Siamomua, a Tongan, is optimistic that women will change their attitude and promote their own cause in the 2006 elections....PNS


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