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The Road Ahead: Why Child Care Matters for Women’s Economic Empowerment >

How Far We Have Come “Why would we pay women for something they are willing do for free?” Feminist economist Nancy Folbre, reminisced about a time when a male colleague uttered those words to her as …

Can One Billion Women Become Economically Empowered by 2030? >

by on Oct 26, 2017  |  posted in Women's Economic Empowerment  |  0 Comments

This blog post was originally published on the Microfinance Gateway. We're pleased to share it with the SEEP Community. Cindy Drakeman of DoubleXEconomy shares thoughts on women’s economic empowerment and microfinance Dr. Cynthia L. Drakeman is the …

Rwandan Delegates Participate in Study Tour to Draw Lessons from India’s Experience in Responsible Finance >

by on Oct 26, 2017  |  posted in Responsible Finance  |  0 Comments

The Rwandan delegation visits the Financial Ombudsman at the Reserve Bank of India The SEEP Network organized a four-day study tour for a Rwandan delegation as part of the Responsible Finance through Local leadership and Learning …

4 Chances to Swallow Our Pride and Learn from Failure >

Discussing failure is difficult because it implies that someone didn’t do their job well. Too often, the discussion stops there. Yet, the complexity of our work means that forces beyond our control often influence the …

Transforming Gender Inequality through Inclusive Dairy Value Chain Development >

by on Oct 13, 2017  |  posted in Value Chain, Women's Economic Empowerment  |  1 Comment

View & Download Presentation Questions and Answers CARE Bangladesh hosted a webinar on "Transforming Gender Inequality through Inclusive Dairy Value Chain Development" to share its unique experience and learning from Strengthening Dairy Value Chain Project. The webinar …

How Can We Create Pathways Out of Poverty through Market Systems Approaches? >

by on Oct 5, 2017  |  posted in Annual Conference  |  0 Comments

Many of the world’s food market systems start with small and inefficient rain-fed farms. Farmers in developing markets rarely use improved seeds, fertilizer, irrigation and other key inputs. Smallholder-based farming systems also suffer from poor …

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