Furthering Gender Equality Through Gender Bonds
This article was originally published on Malaysian Sustainable Finance Initiative (MSFI) and is republished with permission.
This article was commissioned by the ASEAN Low Carbon Energy Programme (LCEP) from IISD, a technical partner to the LCEP. This article is a joint publication with the Malaysian Finance Sustainable Initiative (MSFI) and funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO).
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