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The Federal Democratic Government of Ethiopia has declared its unequivocal commitment to the equitable socioeconomic development of women, with the announcement of its National Policy on Women in 1993 and the promulgation of a new constitution in 1995. However, the implementation of the policy is proving to be a formidable task. The paper highlights these challenges and discusses legal, regulatory, and institutional issues that may impede the implementation of the policy.
World Bank Publications
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