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Why gender is at the heart of transforming the plastics value chain

64% of itinerant waste-pickers in Ghana are women. Image: Elsie Odonkor

Elsie Odonkor

Ghana Gender Advisor, Ghana National Plastic Action Partnership

Katherine Gilchrist

Global Gender Equality & Inclusivity Advisor GPAP, Global Plastic Action Partnership

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