An assessment of the structure, role and function of ARCC and how it may be strengthened
The Economic Commission for Africa has four technical subsidiary bodies as part of its Intergovernmental machinery, namely: United Nations Regional Cartographic Conference for Africa, which is convened every three years; ...
Situation of women in the east African sub-region : with specific focus on: participation of women in decision making economic empowerment of women for poverty reduction women's legal and human rights, a synthesis paper
The East African sub-region, like the rest of Africa, has severely affected by the economic decline and recession which characterised most of the 1980s and 1990s. Of the 12 countries which make up the East African sub-region ...
Achieving good governance, Theme 2: the essential participation of women
The empowerment and autonomy of women and the improvement of their social, economic and political status are essential factors in the achievement of both transparent and accountable government and administration, as well ...
Creating opportunities for Africa's new generation : theme 4
In spite of concerted efforts over the past three decades, to increase girls’ and boys’ access to schooling and to reduce the disparities between them, there still exists a considerable degree of bias against girls in the ...
Accès de la femme rurale africaine à la technologie appropriée
Dans le cadre de son programme, le Centre Africain de recherche et de formation pour la femme (CAREF) de la Commission économique des Nations Unies pour l'Afrique a été chargé d'effectuer une étude technique sur l'accès ...
Developing African economies: the role of women
This paper focuses on the summary notes and guide questions for working group discussions. On the theme of developing African economies: The role of women.
Modalities for economic empowerment of women
Through continuous and sustained combination of several approaches over time we will no doubt be able to put together a number of preconditions for the economic empowerment of women. In view of the foregoing, the issue of ...
Developing African economies : the role of women: theme 1
Globalization is defined as a process through which finance, investment, production and marketing are increasingly dominated by firms whose vision and actions are not confined by national borders or national interests. ...