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Angola Angola created an enabling policy environment through the 2013 National Policy for Gender Equality/Equity and recently, by institutionalising a gender-sensitive budgeting approach. Strong support for women-led enterprises has improved women’s workforce status. Further progress can be made across literacy and poverty through capacity building and engaging women in value-added processing.

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Address key policy gaps to improve the status and rights of women and girls, including advocating for implementation of strategies to achieve gender-related goals in the NDP 2018-2022.

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Leverage the high levels of women’s entrepreneurship by growing women’s networks to build social, human, and economic capital, through formalising networks in women-dominated sectors.

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Commission mixed-method research and evaluations on household relations and gender norms to understand how and why change happens, and to better understand women’s lived realities.


Angola Country Report

The Angola country report covers the Agriculture (Cassava, Maize), Wholesale and Retail Trade, and Healthcare sectors, including sector-specific key findings and proposed policy and programmatic recommendations.





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