Women and Economic Empowerment

Posted by in News on September 25, 2019

Nigeria Must Mind The Wide Gap

All over the world, gender inequality has been analyzed as one of the major causes of poverty for women. In…

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Posted by in News on April 13, 2015

Africa: An Examination of the Gender Implications of Trade Liberalisation in Southern Africa

Africa: Gender equality implications of globalisation and trade liberalisation arise because these phenomena do not eliminate existing inequalities in access to…

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Posted by in News on April 8, 2015

Ethiopia: Banking Women Is Smart Economics

Ethiopia: Here is what life is like for a woman with no bank account in a developing country. She keeps her…

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Posted by in News on March 10, 2015

Women’s equality isn’t a zero sum game. It’s vital for peace and prosperity

Global: There is a plethora of data which demonstrates that women’s economic participation grows economies, creates jobs and builds inclusive…

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Posted by in News on March 2, 2015

Christine Lagarde says ‘conspiracy’ against women makes the world poorer

Global: Managing director of the International Monetary Fund says too many countries still restrict the right of women to contribute to…

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Posted by in News on October 9, 2014

Nigeria: Women Entrepreneurs – Knowing the Terrain and Overcoming Challenges

TODAY, women have become central in discussions that have to do with development. Efforts are being made therefore, in and…

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