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Gender and Poverty Reduction: Voice, Dialogue and Targeting

Author: R.Moletsane, V.Reddy, S.Ntombela, H.Dayal, L.Wiebesiek, C.Munthree, M.Kongolo, T.Masilela
Organisation: Human Sciences Research Council
Publish Date: 2010
Country: South Africa
Sector: Public
Method: Creative thinking
Theme: Poverty
Type: Report
Language: English
Tags: Poverty, Developing countries, Gender equality, Poverty alleviation, Policies, Strategies

This study examines the gendered dimensions of poverty in South Africa and their implications for poverty reduction interventions in South Africa. The study identifies and analyses national approaches to understanding and addressing poverty and their integration of gender. It also identifies and analyses approaches to understanding and addressing poverty and their integration of gender in three countries: Chile, Brazil and India. From these understandings, the study develops recommendations for developing integrated approaches to understanding poverty and its links to gender inequality and for developing and implementing ameliorative strategies.
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