Gender Inequality

The geography of gender: where women work, economies grow

Women from a single mothers' association sweep rice at their processing plant in the town of Bolgatanga, Ghana. Image: REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly

Ann Cairns

Vice Chairman, Mastercard

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