SDG 05: Gender Equality

Valuing women’s work and the value of working women

Thanks to the services provided by the Care System, caregivers can finish high school or improve their digital and financial skills. Image: Secretary for Women, Mayor´s Office of Bogotá

Claudia Nayibe López Hernández

Mayor of Bogota, Office of the Mayor of Bogota

Kathleen Sherwin

Member of the Board, Women Deliver

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Findings from a 17-country survey by Women Deliver shows strong public favour for gender equality. Image: Women Deliver

The survey found that both men and women see gender equality as an important issue. Image: Women Deliver

The Care System strategy for cultural change, includes “Men’s Care Schools”, so that men acquire housework skills and caring abilities, and care work is distributed in a more equitable fashion within the household. Image: Secretary for Women, Mayor´s Office of Bogotá

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