Empowering women benefits all
UN resident coordinator
PREMIUM Ibu Neflyn, who is from a coastal community in Sulawesi, used to rely on the income from her husband, who makes his living fishing at sea. The income was irregular and often not enough to cover basic needs. In the past, when the fishermen came back to shore, the women had to sell the fish at the local market within a few days before the fish would perish. As a result, in Indonesia, 35 percent...
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