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Egyptian Women between Economic Empowerment and Sustainable Development

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The world has realized that women’s empowerment is a key step to solve political, social, economic and cultural problems, and is a main axis to build peace, advocate tolerance, and lead a change for sustainable future, so, women are the main nerve for the success of any state.

According to the McKinsey Global Institute, supporting women at the work can add about $12 trillion to global GDP by 2025, and contribute to 85% growth in the economy of Middle East and North Africa. Also, the World Bank has estimated that higher rates of women’s participation in labor force may increase average of household income by 25%, thereby, creating a more resilient economy and higher rates of economic growth.

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