Good practices on economic empowerment of women in post-disaster reconstruction in Tohoku and the Asia-Pacific

This report presents good practices in the promotion of economic empowerment of women in the post-disaster situations through entrepreneurship development in Japan and the Asia Pacific region. It discusses what contributed to the successful achievements of the projects from a gender perspective, drawing lessons for collective learning.

 

APEC Policy Partnership on Women and the Economy (PPWE), & Gender Action Platform, 2015

 

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