World Snippet: Women In Fear Limit A Country's Economic Potential
“Women in sub-Saharan Africa say they don’t feel safe walking just a hundred meters from their villages because they fear being raped or beaten. Thus, they can’t walk to markets to buy or sell goods. When and if their fear is lifted, they’ll increase Africa’s GDP, because they will be able to contribute their own local economic energy.”
Excerpt From: Clifton, Jim. “The Coming Jobs War.” Gallup Press. iBooks.
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John Hope Bryant