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Promising Practices and Learning from the WAGE Global Consortium's Integrated Programming to Empower Women and Girls

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The Women and Girls Empowered (WAGE) Global Consortium hosted a virtual panel discussion on Sept. 28 from 1:00pm to 2:30pm ET that shared findings from our Learning Agenda. WAGE programs take an integrated, intersectional, and multi-disciplinary approach to addressing gender-based violence (GBV), women peace and security (WPS) and women’s economic empowerment (WEE), through our ten initiatives spanning 15 countries. The WAGE Learning Agenda seeks to promote promising practices within integrated women’s and girl’s empowerment programming, understand what is already known about integrated programming, what gaps in experience and evidence exist, and bridging said gaps.

Event Speakers

  1. Kat Fotovat, Principal Deputy Director, US Department of State’s Secretary’s Office of Global Women’s Issues (S/GWI)
  2. Scott Carlson, ABA Associate Executive Director of Global Programs 
  3. Muthoni Kamuyu-Ojuolo, WAGE Program Director, American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative 
  4. Luis Abolafia, Senior Technical Advisor on Gender, Equity, Safeguarding, and Social Inclusion, American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative
  5. Dr. Aisalkyn Botoeva, Research and Evaluation Specialist Search for Common Ground
  6. Bobbi Gray, Director of Research, Grameen Foundation
  7. Amelia Kuklewicz, Vice President of Programs, Grameen Foundation
  8. Barbara Langley, Director of the Center for Women’s Economic Empowerment, Center for International Private Enterprise

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