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Resilient Markets in Ethiopia

Last month I visited Tigray, Northern Ethiopia, to interview farmers and livestock traders faced with the drought effects of one of the most devastating El Niños in 50 years, to learn about their coping strategies in the face of extreme weather patterns. 1,636 more words

International Development

Global Gender Equality: We're Not There Yet

As the captains of industry gather for the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) symposium in Davos, Switzerland, it’s worth noting the parallels between that assembly and the WEF’s annual Global Gender Gap report. 217 more words

Women's Empowerment

Dress For Success Atlanta, GPN by Walmart Foundation: Opportunities for Women Seeking Employment



August 19, 2015

Dress For Success Atlanta, Going Places Network (GPN) by Walmart Foundation
Announces Opportunities for Women Actively Seeking Employment or Women Currently Underemployed… 461 more words


Detours Ahead for Gender Equality in International Development?

There are two new reports (and one brief declaration) from the United Nations family of which we should all be aware – as they affect women’s economic empowerment efforts internationally. 354 more words

Women's Empowerment

Give a woman tools to fight gender based violence

The hardest emotional battle a woman faces is when she needs to admit to herself that she is in an abusive relationship with a man she loves and believes loves her. 466 more words


Business Support “On Equal Terms” in Sweden? Nära Skjuter Ingen Hare!

After eight excellent years of promoting women’s entrepreneurship in Sweden, the newly-elected government has closed programmatic support in this area (thus highlighting once again that elections do matter). 124 more words

Women's Enterprise Development

Precious Maliwa

Member: Maliwa, Precious (Female)

Current Position/ Profession & Institutional Affiliation: Head of Programs | Calvary Family Radio and TV

Research Interests: sexual rights for girls and women | girls’/women’s economic empowerment… 6 more words

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