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The Costs and Benefits of CRVS as a Tool for Women’s Empowerment

This paper is one of twelve in a knowledge brief series on gender and CRVS that aims to uncover gender bias and barriers, share case studies and emerging findings, and recommend priority areas and solutions. Specifically, this is the fourth paper published in the first brief. It explores some of the practical barriers and opportunities to expanding CRVS systems, including costs and investment.

Download the full version of Brief 1 (4 papers) on Why CRVS Systems Matter for Women and Girls, or else visit to access all three briefs (12 papers).

Jessica Espey
Centre of Excellence for CRVS Systems
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