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    Key Messages for Participatory City-Wide Slum Upgrading: Strengthening the role of women and girls in participatory city-wide slum upgrading

    By on 10/17/2016

    pages-from-km10_women-and-girlsUrban poverty is becoming increasingly feminized1 – there are more women and girls, than men and boys, who live in poverty in urban centers around the world2.
    • Slums and informal settlements are one of the most visible urban contexts highlighting female poverty, These settlements are characterized by a disproportionately highlevel
    of female-headed households3, which means that women are more likely to experience the five household deprivations of slums and informal settlements4 and have their right to adequate housing5 violated.

    Key Messages for Participatory City-Wide Slum Upgrading: Strengthening the role of women and girls in participatory city-wide slum upgrading

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