There is a lack of causal evidence on the availability of childcare solutions and women's employment in South Asia. Only three studies examined the impact of the availability of daycare
Coutnries in South Asia have a longer history of women's group activity than in other parts of the world. The typology of women's groups can be categorized either by membership
There are over 260 million home-based workers around the world and over 50 million of these reside in South Asia. In a fast-paced, globalized world, home-based workers - a majority
Women make up a large majority of home-based workers, making vital contributions to the region's household, local, and nationa economies.
Home-based workers comprise own-account workers, workers carrying out work for remuneration, and contributing family workers helping such workers to produce goods or provide services from in or around their own
Skills training programs for women in the South Asian regione generally focus more on vocational skills training, such as tailoring, stitching, and hairdressing. However, skills training plus programs, which are
Women Self Help Groups in India have risen to the extraordinary challenge of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. They are meeting shortfalls in masks, sanitizers and protective equipment, running community kitchens, fighting