Gender Inequality

Why putting women in charge of their own financial security pays dividends

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Marlita, from Peru, is one of the entrepreneurs who has benefited from CARE’s Ignite program and women-centred design. Image: CARE.

Rathi Mani-Kandt
Director of Women’s Entrepreneurship & Financial Inclusion, CARE USA
Koheun Lee
Human-Centered Designer, CARE
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