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How we can continue to make progress towards gender equality

POSTED November 19, 2021

How we can continue to make progress towards gender equality

Watch to see steps we can take to achieve a sustainable world for all

three generations of women sit and smile

Gender equality has come a long way, but many women and girls continue to face barriers. To achieve a prosperous and sustainable future for all, we must invest in women, and the following WHO video explains how we can do that.

It notes a few ways we can make change, starting with…

  • promoting and respecting women’s rights
  • providing access to quality rights-based and affordable health services
  • promoting women’s leadership in workforces

At Children Believe, we help girls and women gain equal opportunities by developing their knowledge, and leadership skills, providing training and awareness campaigns on gender equality and encouraging girls and women to participate in decision-making in our programs.

You can help the world achieve gender equality by empowering girls through our Gifts for Good catalogue.

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