Today as the Government delivers its Well-being Budget, Agri-Women’s Development Trust Founder, Lindy Nelson, reflects on what AWDT has been doing for nine years to improve the well-being of women and New Zealand’s primary industries and rural communities. Well-being is defined as experiencing health, happiness and prosperity. It includes having good mental health, high life-satisfaction, […]
Leadership and governance development of women involved in the primary sector was celebrated
last week as the Agri-Women’s Development Trust (AWDT) marked the 100th graduate from its
The Agri-Women’s Development Trust (AWDT) has a new general manager with the appointment of Lisa Sims to the role.
Leading primary sector women’s development organisation, AWDT, has announced a new interim chair and three new trustees, following its annual general meeting on 21 May 2018.
Planning for long-term business success is the focus of a new AWDT programme for sheep and beef farming partners, developed in response to strong industry demand.
A ‘mighty big aspiration’ to find a balance between food production, the environment and people came a step closer last week when 14 women involved in primary industries graduated from AWDT’s national leadership and governance programme.