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HI, i am a development evaluator from India. Would seek your views and opinion on how to use effectively SROI method for a study on SHG members.  If any one in the group is using or ever used SROI…Continue

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Women, the invisible workforce...time for recognition

Covid 19 pandemic lockdown has brought to fore the invisible workforce-the women of the household, and their contribution in the country’s economy. If not directly but definitely indirectly, by taking care of homes of their men family members, whom generally every country count as their main workforce. Thus neglecting the role played by a woman in the country’s growth and development, as a professional as well as home-maker.Globally, socio cultural norms and practices determine the role of…See More
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Covid 19 pandemic lockdown has brought to fore the invisible workforce-the women of the household, and their contribution in the country’s economy. If not directly but definitely indirectly, by taking care of homes of their men family members, whom generally every country count as their main workforce. Thus neglecting the role played by a woman in the country’s growth and development, as a…

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At 7:49 on January 23, 2015, Rituu B Nanda said…

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