Several factors contribute to low female workforce participation, hindering women’s economic empowerment and inclusive economic growth. One major factor, often overlooked, is the unpaid childcare primarily done by women.
Saving Lives and Assets: The Value of Nexus “Cash” Approaches to Anticipatory Action and Social Protection during Climate-Induced Crises
Humanitarian needs have reached an unprecedented high. Today, around 339 million require lifesaving humanitarian assistance…
CARE International, a global organization dedicated to poverty eradication and social justice, has implemented over 300 projects in Vietnam in over 30 years.
“Advancing Women’s Economic Empowerment in Vietnam – AWEEV” – Looking back over a year of project implementation
On September 21, 2022, CARE International in Vietnam cooperated with the Departments of Agriculture and Rural Development of Lai Chau and Ha Giang provinces to hold the Project Steering Committee of the “Advancing Women’s Economic Empowerment in Vietnam – AWEEV”
According to the 2017 World Bank Database (Findex), only 30% of male and 31% of female adults in Vietnam have accessed formal financial services, one of the lowest rates in East Asia. Many people in rural areas are excluded from access to financial services.