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This two-year (2014-2016) evidence and learning project, funded by the UK Department for International Development, asks: (i) What enables women’s substantive voice and influence in decision-making processes? (ii) Does women’s presence and influence in decision-making improve outcomes for other women and advance gender equality? (iii) How can international actors better support women’s leadership and decision-making? In answering these questions, the research has examined the relationship between women’s political, social and economic power and resources, both individual and collective. dRi was responsible to collect primary data from the field using qualitative tools

Serial No: 163

Theme: Gender Rights and Violence

Research Method: Qualitative

Partner: Overseas Development Institute (ODI)

Starting Year: 2015

Study Area: Rangpur