Women produce about 50% of the world’s food supply, they grow and produce more than 70% of foods in Africa and are accountable for two-thirds of the world’s working time. Despite, they represent the world’s poorest population in most countries; they make just about 10% of the world’s income and girls and women that bear the worst burden of poverty in any settings, especially in the world’s poorest communities.
Therefore, empowering girls and women remains a critical developmental strategy for reducing global poverty and achieving sustainable development goals. These inform the multi-faceted interventions we’ve designed and developed over years to empowering girls and women at all levels, although with a preference for the disadvantaged ones.
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