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(The Women’s Economic Empowerment Working Group)

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Making the Business Case: Women's Economic Empowerment in Market Systems Development
This paper provides the rationale that market systems facilitation practitioners can use to engage private sector firms in efforts to empower women.… Read More ›
Measuring the Results of Women’s Economic Empowerment in  Private Sector Development
This document provides a summary of the key findings from ‘Measuring Women’s Economic Empowerment: Guidelines for Practitioners’ produced by Erin Markel, MarketShare Associates, for the Donor Committee for Enterprise Development’s Women’s Entrepreneurship Development Working Group (July 2014). … Read More ›
Women in Business: Lessons from Pakistan
This brief looks at the women-only markets as a particularly promising model for promoting women’s active participation in the economy while contributing to their empowerment.… Read More ›
Review of evaluation approaches and methods used by interventions on women and girls’ economic empowerment
This review assesses the quality and effectiveness of evaluation methods and approaches used to analyse the
effects of programmes or projects on women and girls’ economic empowerment (WGEE). … Read More ›
Private Sector Engagement with Women’s Economic Empowerment: Lessons Learned From Years of Practice
This report describes the lessons learned by a group of major multinationals who have
joined the effort to economically empower women through partnerships, research, and
innovative programmes that aim to lift economic barriers and bring women into full
participation.… Read More ›
Empowerment-forward Poverty Measurement: Real-Time Learning from the Arab Women’s Enterprise Fund’s Disadvantage Assessment
This learning brief captures AWEF’s experience in developing an efficient poverty measurement tool that is gender-sensitive and empowerment-forward, which it has chosen to call the Disadvantage Assessment. Throughout the process, AWEF sought to push the boundaries of how it measures poverty – by being woman-focused, multidimensional, and context-specific.… Read More ›
ÉLAN RDC’s Women’s Economic Empowerment Learning Series: Case Study 3
This case study is the third in ÉLAN RDC’s Women’s Economic Empowerment Learning Series. ÉLAN RDC is a DFID-funded market systems programme working across ten highly differentiated and geographically dispersed provinces in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).… Read More ›
Social Norms Change for Women’s Financial Inclusion
This Brief is intended for funders, practitioners, and policy makers who are committed to women’s financial inclusion and economic empowerment. It introduces basic concepts of social norms change theory, reviews current practices regarding gendered approaches to financial inclusion, and explores how lessons learned from other sectors that are embedding norms changes in their design can be applied to women’s financial inclusion programming.… Read More ›
Women In Mining: Can mining law unlock the potential of women?
The aim is to provide a set of clear and actionable recommendations to inform current planning and increase women’s participation in the mining sector.… Read More ›
ÉLAN RDC’s Women’s Economic Empowerment Learning Series: Case Study 2
This case study is the second in ÉLAN RDC’s Women’s Economic Empowerment Learning Series. ÉLAN RDC is a DFID-funded market systems programme working across ten highly differentiated and geographically dispersed provinces in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).… Read More ›
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