. reports on 's study on gender investment, which argues that we need to focus investments on dismantling social barriers that restrict the economic mobility of women.
“...there are gender gaps of up to 27 percent between men and women in their access to inputs and access to market opportunities,” Wilde said. “And even as the health and education of women and girls [are] improving, their economic lives continue to lag.”
Gates Foundation discusses gender investment at Seeds of Change