Why women

Poverty, for instance, affects men and women, young and old, but women in all parts of the world are particularly vulnerable because of the extra barriers created by unequal gender dynamics.
Women are more likely to work in the informal economy, preventing many from accessing crucial social protection programs, particularly in countries with strained resources and high poverty rates. Women in such countries also tend to lack control or ownership of land and productive assets, face limited mobility, and have much lower rates of access to education, quality healthcare, and economic markets. Biased social norms in a community create additional challenges in the form of exposure to early marriage, gender-based violence, and exploitation. Most ultra-poor households are headed by women. They often live in communities that pose strict restrictions on opportunities for women.
TUIF assists extremely poor and vulnerable women and helps their families build resilience through holistic interventions within four core pillars: meeting basic needs, generating income, banking and saving money, and empowering women socially.

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