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JP RWEE Good Practices, Phase 1 - Joint Programme: Accelerating Progress towards Rural Women’s Economic Empowerment









FAO, IFAD, UN Women and WFP. 2022. JP RWEE Good Practices - Phase 1: Joint Programme on: Accelerating Progress towards Rural Women’s Economic Empowerment. Rome.



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