Training and mentoring is an effective way to teach possible solutions, and for trainees to gain hands-on experience. Increasing financial awareness, building economic and social empowerment among women, and decreasing youth unemployment are just a few areas where IPA incorporates training and mentoring as a way to solve these issues.

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Numerous developing country governments, such as Brazil and Mexico, have adopted conditional cash transfer (CCT) programs as a social safety net, providing billions of dollars in transferred funds...

Researchers in Côte d’Ivoire evaluate an economic empowerment and gender dialogue program on domestic violence
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Intimate partner violence is a pervasive health and human rights concern, but relatively little is known about how to reduce gender-based violence in conflict-affected settings.

Ugandan women in the IPA WINGS program
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What’s holding back impoverished women? Can small grants programs help the most vulnerable women develop sustainable livelihoods?