Nineteen of Shanghai's women's homes were rated as "Advanced Women's Homes" recently after Shanghai Women's Federation launched a campaign to select outstanding Women' Homes to promote the brand and their practice of serving women.
Guanghua Women's Home in Xuhui District launched a number of WeChat groups to connect women and the women's federation. It encourages residents to donate or exchange their second-hand clothes, furniture and books through the WeChat platform and offline activities.
In 2018, the Guanghua Residents' Committee became a demonstration site of the municipal-level women's homes in Shanghai. Guanghua Women's Home was fully prepared for selection as an Advanced Women's Home by using internet technology to advance family education, women's rights-protection services and special women's family care.
Meilongjiucun Women's Home of Lingyun Residential District in Xuhui divides a 50-square-meter multifunctional room into four functional areas for women's rights protection, family education, consultations and youth reading.
Meilongjiucun Women's Home emphasizes women's leading role, and invites female representatives and officials of the local women's federation to take part in serving the women residents.
The women's home also involves third-party organizations in its activities for providing more professional service. It invites doctors of Traditional Chinese Medicine to provide professional medical consultation to career women, and holds red wine salons to teach women how to taste wine and enjoy their lives.
Shanghai Women's Federation uses Women's Home as a base to carry out activities and provide services to women. Women's federations have made good use of more than 7,000 women's homes in the city to connect with women.
(Women of China)
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