The feminisation of poverty reflects a situation where women make up a disproportionate amount of the world’s poor.
This United Nation’s website contains detailed accounts of the situation in a range of different courtiers. Students could work in groups to find out about
an identified country and levels of poverty for women in that area. They could then examine what initiatives have been put in place by the United Nations
and other organisations to help address these issues:
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