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Côte d'Ivoire Côte d'Ivoire has enacted legislation to prohibit discrimination and promote equality of women and men. Now, legislation needs to be backed by action to address labour force discrimination, women’s unpaid care and domestic work, and gender inequalities in education and health. Inclusive solutions are needed to reach all women - especially in rural areas, and informal sector workers/business owners.

Key findings











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Address policy gaps by working with government ministries to build capacity in gender analysis and gender-responsive policy making and programming.



Deliver holistic skills-based programmes targeting women and girls across technical, vocational education and training (TVET) and market-oriented skills.

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Conduct robust and region-specific gender-responsive value chain analyses of key agricultural products to assess opportunities to enable/strengthen women’s entrepreneurship in agriculture.


Sectors Covered

The Côte d’Ivoire country report covers the Agriculture (Production, Processing), and Microenterprises (Textiles, Shea Butter Production) sectors, including sector-specific key findings and proposed policy and programmatic recommendations.





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