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17 Voices

Narayan, D Can Anyone Hear Us? Voices from 47 Countries, World Bank Group, PREM 1999. Chapter 5: Changing Relations in the Household

Poverty is pain. Poor people suffer physical pain that comes with too little food and long hours of work; emotional pain stemming from the daily humiliations of dependency and lack of power; and the moral pain from being forced to make choices such as whether to pay to save the life of an ill family member or to use the money to feed their children.

http://siteresources.worldbank.org/BRAZILINPOREXTN/Resources/3817166-1185895645304/4044168-1186324101142/17voices_of_the_poor_1.pdf

 

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Department For International Development (DFID) Agenda 2010: The turning point on poverty: background paper on gender, DFID, London 2010

 

 

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Theory of Change

Action Aid, Gender and Development Network “A Theory of Change for Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls”, London 2012 

Violence against women and girls (VAWG) is the most widespread form of abuse worldwide, affecting one third of all women in their lifetime.

https://www.actionaid.org.uk/sites/default/files/doc_lib/theory_of_change_on_vawg.pdf
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For guidance and tools see Guide to market-based livelihood interventions for refugees, International Labour Office (ILO); United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). Geneva: ILO, 2017

Joint efforts have to be made to find new ways to reduce dependence on humanitarian assistance by developing interventions that promote the economic inclusion and self-dependence of refugees.

http://www.unhcr.org/594b7d7f7.pdf
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Basic Education

UNICEF South Sudan, Basic Education and Gender Equality.

https://www.unicef.org/southsudan/Education.pdf
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