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Rights, shares and claims: realizing women's rights in South Asia, donor and resource mapping for promoting women's human rights in Bangladesh

Authors: Chaujar, Paro
Alam, Rita
Keywords: Women -- Government policy -- Bangladesh; Sex discrimination against women -- Bangladesh -- Prevention; Women -- Bangladesh -- Social conditions; Women -- Bangladesh -- Economic conditions; Women's rights -- Bangladesh; Sex discrimination against women -- Prevention; Women -- Economic conditions; Women -- Government policy; Women -- Social conditions; Women's rights -- Bangladesh; Human rights -- Bangladesh
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: South Asia Women's Fund
Description: "The post-independence era in Bangladesh, beginning in the early seventies, gave rise to international aid received, in funds, commodity and human resources by CSOs in the country. Bangladesh receives aid from both, multilaterals and bilateral sources. Taking into account the information given by the respondent organisations and key informants, VAW and gender justice, trafficking, political participation, legal services/intervention, sexuality and sexual rights, reproductive health, governance and infrastructure, along with overhead costs for the organisation programmes, are the most under-funded sections of women's rights work. Moreover, the structure and relationships that exist between the donors and the agencies that implement and monitor aid disbursement and programme management complicate the situation further."
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Appears in Collections:South Asian Born-Digital NGO Reports Collection Project

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