Lack of access to transport and mobility shape women’s access to public services—especially to education and health.

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South Asia is one of the regions’ most vulnerable to the impacts of climate-induced extremes. A new publication "Inclusive Resilience: Inclusion Matters for Resilience in South Asia"...

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In India, road crashes are intrinsically linked to the victims’ class, gender, income and geographical location.

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Hear from three prominent women leaders from South Asia who have charted a path toward a more gender-equal world.

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IARCSC has hired nearly 80,000 civil servants, of whom 13,408 are female, leading to a significant rise in female employees in the civil service workforce.

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Global statistics on road safety hide many disparities when it comes to the geographic distribution of victims, their socioeconomic profile, and, perhaps more surprisingly, their gender.

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Afghanistan's Ministry of Urban Development and Land (MUDL) has been improving land administration and promoting better access to registration services, especially for women.

Sarah Elizabeth Antos, Mohammad Zia, Enrique Pantoja |

Muskanben and her group had just been trained in digital skills by the Self-Employed Women’s Association (SEWA), a membership-based organization that seeks to improve the lives and livelihoods of...

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These are some of the most pressing development priorities in South Asia and the topics for our most popular blogs in 2020.

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Kamala is one of 149 women mobile masons hired by the National Reconstruction Authority in 14 districts in Nepal most affected by the earthquake for providing socio-technical assistance under the...

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