The Kenyan caseexamines the Muthurwa market in Nairobi, an USD 9 million project anticipated to be the largest market in East and Central Africat the time of its construction. The case assesses the potentials and challenges of what appears to be a quick-fix approach of constructing markets as a solution for the hawkers ‘problem’.
While 65 per cent of men report having an account at a formal financial institution, only 58 per cent of women do worldwide. Gender differences in laws affect both developing and developed economies, and women in all regions.
This example uses experimental data to estimate a relationship between cover crop biomass and profitability, allowing producers to see the amount of cover crop biomass needed in order for the use of cover crops to be profitable. This technique is applicable to a wide range of problems, and is commonly used in analyzing optimum fertilizer application rates. Current fishing techniques have been improving in order to follow sustainability guidelines and to make fish farming a progressive, profitable alternative. One system, called the recirculating system, is a closed, inland process that has little impact on the outside bodies of water.
Globally, over 2. 7 billion women are legally restricted from having the same choice of jobs as men. Of 189 economies assessed in 2018, 104 economies still have laws preventing women from working in specific jobs, 59 economies have no laws on sexual harassment in the workplace, and in 18 economies, husbands can legally prevent their wives from working. Another example is McDonald’s partnering with Uber Eats to get food delivered to hungry customers without deploying its own delivery services. Or Twilio, a platform that now runs the telecommunications infrastructure for major corporations.
It’s about how companies can work together to create more value than either of them could independently. API Economy (also known as API-driven economy) simply refers to the exchange of value between consumers and providers through APIs. This example uses simulation modeling with dynamic whole-farm optimization to identify the potential use and economic value of a technology that increases planting flexibility. This example gives a case example using a multi-objective decision support system to analyze decisions involving tradeoffs between economic returns and five other decision variables for alternative management systems. This example uses the SWAT model linked with a profit-maximization economic model to estimate the environmental and financial effects of alternative policies.
Identify prevention programs that the business sector would support because they improve productivity and competitiveness. Identify the impacts on federal health programs, which could help initiatives garner broader support. The information provided on this website is not official U. S. government information and does not represent the views or positions of the U. S. The Tanzanian casefocuses on Arusha, a semi-arid municipality that has been able to constructively harness the potentials of informal economy activities to support its conservation and reforestation effort, creating thousand of new and secured jobs in the process. The Rwandan casezooms into a telling example of what appears as the Rwandese preferred approach of dealing with informality; namely transforming informal traders into cooperatives.
Stories of women entrepreneurs who are transforming their own lives and shaping better future for their families, communities and nations. They grow much of our food, strengthen economies and build climate resilience. Women and girls are more likely to carry the burden of energy poverty and experience the adverse effects of lack of safe, reliable, affordable and clean energy. Indoor air pollution from using combustible fuels for household energy caused 4. 3 million deaths in 2012, with women and girls accounting for 6 out of every 10 deaths. Women are less likely than men to have access to financial institutions or have a bank account.