In the run up to the launch of the 2022 Aid Transparency Index, Alex Farley-Kiwanuka explains the monumental effort undertaken by her team to combine four global datasets in order to track Women’s Economic Empowerment funding across three countries. Alex also shares why she feels the Aid Transparency Index is so important for maintaining and improving international funding data and making it useable for researchers like herself.
Catch up with Publish What you Fund, ActionAid, Oxfam Kenya and the Nawi Afrifem Macroeconomic Collective at NGO CSW Forum, and watch our discussion on transformative policies to redistribute women’s unpaid care work.
In this blog, we’ve set out our journey to access, merge, clean and use unique datasets on funding flows for Women’s economic empowerment in a way not done before. We will use the evidence to inform recommendations and advocacy for increased and better funding for women.
Publish What You Fund is looking for individual consultants with research and advocacy experience based in Uganda, Ethiopia and Pakistan to support research and advocacy work for our Women’s Economic Empowerment programme.
Publish What You Fund have launched a survey on Women’s Economic Empowerment, Financial Inclusion and Empowerment Collectives in Kenya, Nigeria and Bangladesh. We are calling on NGOs, INGOs, WROs and/or feminist movements to please fill out the survey and help to build the evidence to help secure greater and fairer access to funding opportunities. The […]
It Is now well established that investing in women’s economic empowerment has a catalytic effect in reducing poverty for all people and achieving gender equality. In this blog, Sally Paxton discusses the urgent need for effective investment in women’s economic empowerment, and why limited understanding of who is funding what and with what results is hampering progress. To help efforts to overcome this barrier, we are launching a new project: “Women’s Economic Empowerment: building evidence for better investments”.