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UN Women encourages modified budgeting to make public toilets safer for women in Ho Chi Minh City

Thursday, October 22, 2020

With more than 10 million people, Ho Chi Minh City is the country’s largest city. But it has only around 200 public toilets, and many of them are risky places for women and children. “I always have a fear of using public toilets due to the bad hygiene condition, lack of clean water, toilet paper and soap,” said Ngoc Nguyen, 35. “The restrooms for women are often small and lack bidet sprayers. I face many difficulties when I go with my sons.”

Access to training and technology can help Pakistan’s rural women, UN Women study says

Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Rural women play a key role not only in ensuring income and food security for their households, but also in improving livelihoods and overall well-being in their communities. But their work is under-valued and they face big barriers in improving their own lives. On 19 July, UN Women Pakistan, in collaboration with National Commission on the Status of Women and supported by Canadian High Commission, released Rural Women in Pakistan: Status...

Solomon Islands’ Western Province Launches First Women’s Policy to Strengthen Support to Women

Thursday, July 26, 2018

Solomon Islands’ Western Provincial Government has launched its first ever women’s policy to strengthen its support to women development. Called “Western Province Women’s Empowerment and Transformation Policy for Development”, the policy will represent a blueprint for the province’s strategies and programmes tackling obstacles that prevent women from realizing their potential and participating in provincial development...

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