If we are to attain gender equality in the twenty-first century, the organisations which carry forward this agenda must be strengthened. This article explores the inadequate funding of women’s organisations by governments and donors, gives examples of their contribution to political processes, and argues that the political rhetoric of supporting women’s organisations must be turned into reality.
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