Funding for gender, women and girls: An AGA retrospective and launch of a new report by Mama Cash and Grantcraft

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Perhaps some of you may not have noticed, but there has been an important change underway at the AGAs. Since 2010, thanks to the leadership of Mama Cash and the support of other organizations and foundations, the issue of funding gender, women and girls has been given more attention. For those of you who may not be following this development, here is a quick overview.

Almost exactly 2 years ago at the 2010 AGA, Mama Cash, in cooperation with the European Foundation Centre and the Foundation Center, shared initial outcomes regarding their study of European foundation funding for women and girls. I wrote about it on the first Alliance conference reporting blog.

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