As the UN turns its attention to rural women, we look at the power of networks to boost women’s rural businesses, family income, and gender equality.
Author: Naziha Sultana
Naziha Sultana is an Associate for the Gender, Economic Empowerment, and Livelihoods portfolio at the International Center for Research on Women (ICRW), where she conducts research on topics around women’s economic empowerment, and participation in the labor force, agricultural supply chains and enterprises. Prior to joining ICRW,she worked at the International Organization for Migration in Bangladesh, where she managed projects on labor migration and conducted research on labor migration, trafficking and migrants’ rights. Naziha holds an MA with a focus in economics and gender from the Fletcher School of Tufts University in Massachusetts, and an MA in Development Studies from BRAC University in Dhaka, Bangladesh.