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KPMG LLP, Equal Measures 2030, and the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation are hosting this invitation-only private sector roundtable event on identifying and scaling data innovations to advance gender equality across the Sustainable Development Goals. The lack of gender-relevant and gender-disaggregated data limits the ability of decision-makers to make evidence-based policy interventions that help shift the balance toward greater equity.
[Editor's Note: The U.S.
This past Valentine’s Day, Americans spent just over $18 billion on jewelry, flowers, cards, a night out for their sweetheart, and more.
[Editor’s Note: Chunmei (Mei) Li is Director at Worldwide Corporate Contributions (WCC) Johnson & Johnson.
[Editor’s Note: June Sugiyama is Director of the Vodafone Americas Foundation.
[Editor’s Note: Katja Iversen is the President and CEO of Women Deliver, a leading global advocate for investment in the health, rights and wellbeing of girls and women.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and U.S.-India Business Council convened on April 14 to discuss best practices in promoting local economic empowerment, and identify and address barriers to entrepreneurship for women and youth. Participants had the opportunity to engage with stakeholders from the Indian private sector, government and NGOs, and more.