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- DocumentNazra for Feminist Studies, 2013Published by Nazra for Feminist Studies, a group that aims to build an Egyptian feminist movement, this analytical paper examines the rights of women to public political space in Egypt of 2013, following a new wave of revolution which led to the removal of Mohammed Morsi from power.DocumentOxfam, 2015Oxfam’s Raising Her Voice (RHV) programme is predicated on the alarming inequalities women systemically face around the world. On average, women earn less than half of men, while women account for roughly two-thirds of those who cannot read or write globally.Document
Gender equality as a pathway for sustainable development: lessons learned in Eastern and Southern AfricaCenter for International Forestry Research, 2015In order to advance sustainable development in line with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it is necessary to address cross-cutting issues on gender, environment, and climate change simultaneously. Despite this, a key challenge remains in ensuring that such integrated approaches are prioritised and implemented in national, sector, and local budgets.Document2015The Hunger Project is a global, non-profit organisation committed to the sustainable end to world hunger.DocumentUnited Nations [UN] Industrial Development Organization, 2015The energy and gender nexus is based on the recognition that men and women have different needs and priorities with regard to energy, stemming from gendered societal and cultural roles. Without access to energy, women often face especially exhausting and time-consuming work when undertaking basic subsistence tasks.DocumentPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 1996Fishing should be an employment of last resort. This article argues why through analysis of water quality and fisheries in conjunction to the role of human population and overfishing on yields.DocumentPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2013Lack of access to safe drinking water takes its toll on the health and productivity of people, especially poor households.DocumentPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2015The Aquino administration through the Human Development and Poverty Reduction Cluster (HDPRC) and Good Governance and Anti-Corruption Cluster (GGACC) launched the Bottom-up Budgeting (BUB) exercise in 2012 in time for the preparation of the 2013 National Expenditure Program.DocumentPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2015As part of the government's effort to pursue sustained and inclusive growth and, at the same time, promote good governance at the local level, the Bottom-up Budgeting (BUB) exercise—also called the Grassroots Participatory Budgeting (GPB) process—was initiated in 2012. It is a reform measure that aims to make the national budget a participatory process.DocumentPhilippine Institute for Development Studies, 2015In an effort to attain the manifold goals of inclusive growth, poverty reduction, and good governance at the local level, the Aquino administration implemented the Grassroots Participatory Budgeting Process (formerly called Bottom-Up Budgeting) in 2012.