Working Paper 02/2010: Corruption and Gender in Service Delivery: The Unequal Impacts

Filed under - Gender

Working paper published 9 June 2010
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Corruption in the provision of basic services can have disproportionate and negative consequences for women and girls, compromising their own empowerment as well as the gender equality and development of their country.

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Country / Territory - International   
Region - Global   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Gender   |   Public services   
Tags - Service delivery   |   Working Paper   

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