Boosting women’s economic empowerment is key to achieving gender equality, but pervasive social norms and discrimination continue to keep women from thriving in the workforce. Women are less likely to work than men and women’s participation in the labor force is limited in developing and developing economies alike.
Women are the primary caretakers of children and elders in every country of the world. International studies demonstrate that when the economy and political organization of a society change, women take the lead in helping the family adjust to new realities and challenges.
1- Our aim is to ensure women are equipped to participate in the economy fully.
2- We Support enforce policies and social protection systems for women.
3- We Create decent work for women as volunteer so they can keep themselves busy and develop their skills.
4- PIFA tries to support girls and women in crisis.