Unlocking young women’s economic potential through digital mentoring in India. Far more men than women in India with tertiary (or post-secondary) education are active in the workforce. Arundhuti Gupta demonstrates how digital mentoring could help more young women transition into the labor force.
Gender-responsive education in emergency in Nigeria. How can a gender-responsive perspective be fully incorporated into the planning, policy design, and implementation models for education in emergencies? Edem Ossai writes about how to safeguard girls’ presents and futures in Nigeria.
Promoting entrepreneurship among women in Vietnam. Given the profound socioeconomic challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s imperative that Vietnam make full use of its human capital. Tran Thi Ngoc Tran lays out a plan to help make entrepreneurship training programs for women more effective.
Increasing girls’ access to formal agricultural education in Afghanistan. Even though girls learn agricultural skills informally from family and friends, they only comprise 12% of all students in agricultural technical and vocational education and training (TVET) in Afghanistan. Nangyalai Attal shares how to help girls develop their skills and use them effectively for national growth and self-reliance.