Private Sector Engages In Women’s Empowerment As International Women’s Day Nears

Media outlets report on events around International Women’s Day, which is recognized on March 8.

Devex: Live from the U.N.: Private sector engagement in women’s empowerment
“The private sector can best empower women globally and help tackle key development goals especially as they relate to women through key partnerships, greater collection and sharing of data, and increased access to and use of technology. These key themes and others were the focus of Tuesday’s sessions at the International Women’s Day Forum hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Corporate Citizenship Center and the United Nations Office of Partnerships…” (Saldinger, 3/5).

UNAIDS: Stand together on International Women’s Day
“…Every hour, 50 young women are newly infected with HIV. Half of all people living with HIV in low- and middle-income countries are women — and new HIV infections among women are on the rise in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, the Middle East and North Africa. Women must be free to make decisions about their health, lives and futures. On this International Women’s Day, let’s all stand up for women, together we can make it happen” (3/8).

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