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Social Norms Impact in Ethiopia

This brief shares learning on the social norms faced by women and girls in Ethiopia, approaches which have proven effective in shifting these, and how this is creating positive impact across many aspects of women and girls’ lives. These insights were gained through a learning exercise led by CARE’s Go Deeper initiative, in partnership with George Washington University’s Global Capstone Program.

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