Debate Rises Around Nike’s Girl Effect [Headlines]

Debate Rises Around Nike’s Girl Effect [Headlines]

Analyst questions how development organizations approach the empowerment of girls – and enabling them to delay childbearing – as a means to tackle poverty,

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 14 february 2012

Writing for the Guardian, Ofra Koffman says that while many development organizations like the Nike Foundation see empowering girls – and enabling them to delay childbearing – as a powerful means to tackle poverty, the evidence so far doesn’t bear this out. Follow the article then the debate in the comments in the Guardian

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