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Societies do better when women, men, boys and girls have equal access to educational, societal and economic opportunities. Winrock works to empower women and girls to access education, improve their livelihoods and become leaders. Through training and public awareness, Winrock helps families, communities and institutions protect the rights of everyone and eliminate barriers to gender equality. Winrock strives to incorporate gender-based programming in all of our projects.

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PUBLICATIONS

SUCCESS STORY Increasing Women’s Participation in Nigeria’s Renewable Energy Sector

SUCCESS STORY Building a Cadre of Women Solar Entrepreneurs, Engineers, and Technicians Among Nigeria’s Youth

Leadership for Change: Chrysalis Leadership Training for Pioneering Women

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 7

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 5

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 3

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 2

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 4

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 6

CTIP Photo Essay About the Cambodian Repatriation Process

Where is the Horizon?: Trafficked on Fishing Vessels

Empowering Smallholders through Market-led Agriculture

Pauline Kangoro Moringa Producer

Rainfall and Crop Modeling to Improve Rice Farmers’ Yields in Indonesia

Counter Trafficking in Persons Program Brochure

Winrock International Capabilities

Winrock in East Africa

Winrock’s Position on Child Labor

Addressing Inter-Linkages Between Gender-Based Violence

Research Report on Sex and Labor Trafficking Network and Pattern in Cambodia

Counter Trafficking in Persons Newsletter, Issue 1

Assessment of Shelter Versus Community Based Services Report

Arkansas Women’s Business Center

Payment for Forest Environment Services: A Case Study on Implementation in Lam Dong Province Vietnam

Women Leaders: Shaping The Future Of Africa

2011 Winrock Magazine