Bringing Gender Equality to Women's Economic Empowerment - CARE

Bringing Gender Equality to Women’s Economic Empowerment

50-page detailed learning and reflection product intended to provide practical learning and present selected existing tools being applied by CARE Country Offices in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region to bring gender equality closer to women's economic empowerment and livelihood programming.

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