Gender and Cash Breakfast
The Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) is pleased to invite you to discuss the latest learning on cash and gender with Karen Peachy, CaLP Interim Director.
As a follow up to the Agenda for Collective Action, CaLP will soon be publishing a volume of recent practitioner papers from Concern Worldwide, WFP and UN Women on a variety issues including: a review of literature on gender and cash transfers; how cash transfers have beed used to support girl education; experience related to using cash transfers in matrilineal and patrilineal societies; cash transfers and GBV and much more.
Come join for discussion, coffee, and pastries. RSVP to Karen Pinzon, email@example.com, by August 15.