Aug 28, 2016

La brecha de género cuesta a África subsahariana US$ 95.000 millones por año: nuevo informe del PNUD | UNDP

La desigualdad de género cuesta a África subsahariana un promedio de US$ 95.000 millones por año, y en 2014 alcanzó los US$ 105.000 millones, es decir el 6% del producto interno bruto (PIB) de la región, lo que menoscaba los esfuerzos del continente en favor del desarrollo humano y el crecimiento económico inclusivos.

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