Very often infrastructure projects, including public–private partnerships, do not take a systematic approach to gender issues. Applying a gender lens to the design of infrastructure projects creates decent work opportunities for women, i.e. by limiting the number of work hours per day to allow time for other activities, or by providing child-care facilities at worksites. The achievement of gender equality and empowerment of women is at the center of the SDG Agenda.
PPPHealth4All is offering its registered experts and members to join the working group and to participate in expert discussions.
This is a peer-to-peer working group to discuss between the public officials from various countries how to design and implement PPP projects in the healthcare sector and to share the best practices. The group is open to the registered members of PPPHealth4All.
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