Women’s economic empowerment exists when women can equitably participate in, contribute to, and benefit from economic opportunities as workers, consumers, entrepreneurs, and investors.
Women’s Economic Empowerment
Complex flows of capital and credit reach the most remote parts of the continent to pre-finance the extraction and sale of conflict minerals. Few recognize the importance of property rights in these flourishing economies.
USAID is helping the Government of Tanzania to improve communities’ understanding of land rights, support village land use planning, and clarify, document and certify property rights.
Tajikistan is on the cusp of achieving its vision of a fully-functional market that allows land-use rights to be bought and sold.
May 09, 2018
USAID’s Data Services team is pleased to announce the launch of the Women’s Economic Empowerment and Equality (WE3) Dashboard.