Gender Inequality

Transport has a gender bias problem. This is what needs to change

Transport planning often overlooks the needs of women. Image: UNSPLASH/ Claudio Schwarz

Arianna Legovini

Head of the Development Impact Evaluation (DIME) Department, World Bank

Nancy Vandycke

Program Manager, , Sustainable Mobility for All

Josephine Njoki Irungu

Research Analyst, World Bank

Girija Borker

Economist and Gender Program Coordinator in the Development Impact Evaluation, World Bank

Mary Ngaratoki Fabian

Economist, World Bank

Arianna Legovini

Chef du département d'évaluation d’impact sur le développement (DIME), Work Bank Group

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