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SMP Gender Equality Forum: "Gender Matters in Economic Empowerment"
SMP Gender Equality Forum: "Gender Matters in Economic Empowerment"
SMP Gender Equality Forum: "Gender Matters in Economic Empowerment"
SMP Gender Equality Forum: "Gender Matters in Economic Empowerment"
SMP Gender Equality Forum: "Gender Matters in Economic Empowerment"
SMP Gender Equality Forum: "Gender Matters in Economic Empowerment"
SMP Gender Equality Forum: "Gender Matters in Economic Empowerment"
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SMP Gender Equality Forum: "Gender Matters in Economic Empowerment"

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4th September 2013

4th September 2013

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  • 1. Gender matters in economic empowerment
  • 2. Meeting Plan 5.10: Welcome and introductions 5.20: Activity 1: Quiz and feedback discussion 5.35: Barriers to Women’s economic empowerment (WEE) a) Interview questions for JKK b) Open Q and A with JKK 5.55: Bridges: Promoting “small-scale business development” by women in Scotland and Malawi a) Interview questions for JKK b) Open Q and A with JKK 6.15 Activity 2: Group discussion Introductory discussion to different models of small-scale business in Scotland/Malawi. 6.45 AOB
  • 3. Quiz Answers Question 1: Section 13 (a) of the Malawian constitution states that the State will achieve gender equality through: • full participation of women in all spheres of Malawian society on the basis of equal opportunities with men; • the implementation of the principles of non- discrimination and such measures as may be required, and • the implementation of policies to address social issues such as domestic violence, security of the person, lack of maternity benefits, economic exploitation and rights to property
  • 4. Quiz Answers Question 4: Reproductive health Empowerment Labour market Question 5: UK- 56% Malawi-85% Question 2: Malawi (2011): 0.573 UK (2011): 0.205 Question 3: 1st= Norway 26th= UK 170th= Malawi 186th= DRC
  • 5. Quiz Answers Question 6: 20% Question 7: £5 billion Question 8: Full-time: 15% Part-time employment: 35%
  • 6. Quiz Answers Question 9: Question 10: 3% Power Sub-component Social power Education Health Economic power Income Time-use and employment Access to resources Political power Public sector Civil society
  • 7. Dr Jessie Kabwila-Kapasula
  • 8. Group Discussion Station 1: Micro-finance Microloan Foundation representative-Alistair Chase Station 2: Cooperatives Charlie Ager-SMP Station 3: Entrepreneurship Challenges Worldwide representative –Rebecca Adams/Ben Wilson Each group will have the chance to visit the 3 stations for 10 minutes. The Forum leader will let the groups know once 10 minutes is up and it is time to move on to the next station.

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