PRI Examines U.S. Provision Of Gender Equality-Linked Foreign Aid

PRI: When it comes to gender-equality aid, the U.S. lags behind its peers
“…Many believe [a Hillary Clinton] presidency would be a boost for women’s rights movements in the U.S. and worldwide. As secretary of state, she championed advancing gender equality through U.S. foreign policy. But, in looking at the numbers, the dollars don’t always match the rhetoric. The U.S. has been far behind other high-income developed nations in terms of providing foreign aid that supports gender equality and women’s empowerment to developing nations…” (Ser, 11/1).

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