Rwanda has better gender-based equality than each of the G8 countries

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Graph1.46The Global Gender Gap Index (GGGI) quantifies gender-based equality in health, education, economy and politics in 142 countries. In her debut appearance on the GGGI (2014), Rwanda has emerged the 7th most gender balanced country in the world and the best in Africa. Overall, 13 African countries including Mozambique and Kenya have have better gender parity  than the BRIC nations. Research shows that Gender equality strengthens long-term economic development hence gender-based equality is important for Africa’s development. Read more here…

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