Gender Inequality

How the sanitation sector can clean up gender inequality

This is one sector where supporting female CEOs can make a vast difference. Image: Reuters/Njeri Mwangi

Jasmine Burton

Founder and President, Wish for WASH

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Jasmine Burton speaks at the Stockholm International World Water Week in 2017. Image: SIWI
An infographic representing the sanitation economy. Image: Toilet Board Coalition
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