empowering women economically is not
only the right thing to do — it’s the smart
thing to do.
The evidence is clear — women’s economic empowerment is critical to
economic growth. One of the best ways to grow economies and achieve
stronger communities is to empower women and improve their economic
The business case for women in business and management in Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam
These country briefs demonstrate the business case for gender diversity in management and workplace gender equality in Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam. These briefs provide country-level evidence, drawing on findings from the International Labour Organization (ILO) report Women in Business and Management: The Business Case for Change and other studies by the ILO and Investing in Women.
We partner with Impact Investors and ecosystem builders to expand market opportunities for women, with a view to incentivising and catalysing access to capital for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) - led by and responsive to the needs of women.
This how-to guide provides investors practical tools and resources on how to invest with a gender lens, offering entry points at any stage in their gender lens investing journey, as well as opportunities for decisive action that can be taken at any stage of the investment process. The guide was developed by Value for Women with the support of Investing in Women.
Impact of COVID 19 on the private sector in Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam and Myanmar
Aside from the public health risk, the COVID-19 pandemic has seriously impacted people’s work and home lives in South East Asia as economies have weakened and businesses were forced to scale or close down. To provide insights for employers concerning the immediate impact of the crisis on the private sector in the region, we surveyed private sector employees about the challenges they faced.
IW SNAP 2020 Survey: Social Norms, Attitudes and Practices in Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam
Building on our Social Norms, Attitudes and Practices 2018 Survey, Investing in Women conducted its latest online Social Norms, Attitudes and Practices (SNAP) 2020 Survey with 6,000 urban, millennial women and men Indonesia, the Philippines and Vietnam in May 2020, to learn more about their perceptions on four key gender norms around childcare and housework, breadwinning, job segregation and leadership.
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