USAID WEE CoP September Learning Event: Promoting Women's Economic Empowerment Through Early Childhood Care Programming
The USAID Women’s Economic Empowerment Community of Practice (USAID WEE CoP) is pleased to announce its next learning event, “Promoting Women’s Economic Empowerment through Early Childhood Care Programming” on Thursday, September 28, from 9:00 - 10:00 a.m. Washington, DC time (ET). Join us to hear David Evans, Senior Fellow at the Center for Global Development, examine the global landscape of evidence linking early childhood care to women’s economic empowerment (WEE) outcomes such as employment and income. Mr. Evans will then moderate a discussion with Amy Luinstra, Manager, Global Operations (Acting), Gender and Economic Inclusion at the International Finance Corporation; Frances Beaton-Day, Early Childhood Development Consultant at the World Bank; and Sabrina Habib, CEO and Co-Founder at Kidogo. The panelists will share their experiences implementing public and private sector early childhood care models and showcase the impacts of those models on WEE. Panelists will also highlight emerging topics related to early childhood care and speak to global tools to support government and practitioner partners. Register here for the September 28th learning event. For questions about this event, or to join the USAID WEE CoP, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We encourage you to forward this invitation to those working on or interested in early childhood care, gender equality, and WEE.