THE RRR NETWORK RELIES ON ITS VALUED PARTNERS TO ASSIST RURAL, REGIONAL AND REMOTE WOMEN IN WA
We work in partnership with organisations who align with the goals of the RRR Network. We are grateful for their generous donations in the form of skills, time and financial.
This generosity has resulted in research and insights that have had a powerful impact on the lives of Rural, Regional and Remote women in Western Australia. It has also allowed us to promote and celebrate RRR women over the years.
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Co–operative Bulk Handling Limited is a Platinum Partner of the RRR Network. CBH works closely with the RRR Network in supporting and strengthening the role of rural regional and remote Western Australian women in agriculture and in their communities. CBH are also the proud sponsor of the RRR Network’s annual celebration of International Rural Women’s Day on October 15.
RRR Network was a 2020 recipient of the Lotterywest COVID-19 Community Relief Fund. The RRR Network were able to upgrade their IT, improve communications to RRR women and community and promote Mental Health First Aid.
The AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award is Australia’s leading award acknowledging and supporting the essential role women play in rural industries, businesses, and communities, particularly for those people living in regional and rural communities. The Award provides a platform to inspire and support Australian women to use and develop their skills to benefit their industries and communities. The RRR Network is a proud sponsor of this Award and manages the annual WA Event.
The RRR Network and DPIRD work closely together in delivering the annual AgriFutures Rural Women’s Award. DPIRD and its Minister for Regional Development; Agriculture and Food; Hydrogen Industry, Hon. Alannah MacTiernan continues to work with the RRR Network in ensuring that the regional perspective is considered and included, particularly through the lens of a woman.
Department of Communities
The RRR Network and Department of Communities partner regularly on research and grants aimed at RRR women. The RRR Network is a stakeholder in delivering Stronger Together: WA’s Plan to Achieve Gender Equality over the next ten years. The RRR Network is able to represent RRR women at a state level via the Department of Communities.
The RRR Network and Curtin work together under a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), with an aim to enhance the education and capacity building of Western Australian RRR women. Under this MOU, Curtin has delivered online, and in-person courses aimed at RRR women to inspire leadership and building a business from the regions.
Fempire says THE FUTURE IS FEMALE and we can’t agree more, so we’ve partnered with them to ensure we support our members to thrive in business. Fempire is a coaching company for women who own or run a business. And as a valued RRR Network member you now have exclusive access to online marketing courses, that we hand picked for our members from the Fempire Academy vault. PLUS Fempire is giving you, as a RRR member, special access to their entire Academy (if you choose to join). Fempire‘s Academy is only open to their coaching clients but because they are as passionate about supporting WA RRR women as we are, they’ve opened access to you too!
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