Africa: AfCFTA Promises to Unlock the Potential for African Women to Move to Macro Businesses

[East African] For decades, African women have been trapped in poverty cycles due to several underlying factors including unequal access to education, factors of production, and trade facilities; inequitable labour saving technologies; underpaid or unpaid labour; harmful cultural practices; and limited legal protection from gender inequality practices entrenched in society.Read the Original Article

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