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Advocating for Expanded Access to Finance for Women Entrepreneurs in Nepal

03.30.2020
Across South Asia, many women entrepreneurs face several formal and informal obstacles that prevent them from participating fully in the economy. To address these challenges, CIPE supported the Federation of Women Entrepreneurs’ Association of Nepal (FWEAN) to better engage with its members and a...

Gender Inclusive Policy Reforms in Pakistan – Progress Since 2017

03.26.2020
Pakistan was recently ranked 151 out of 153 on the global gender parity index, according to a World Economic Forum report. To help combat this issue, CIPE and its partners have worked towards women empowerment through policy reforms since 2006. In a country that has been performing poorly on the Ge...

Cultivating the Entrepreneurial Ecosystem for University Students in PNG

03.23.2020
In 2015, CIPE launched an initiative in collaboration with the Australian and United States governments to encourage, support, and reward women’s entrepreneurship in Papua New Guinea. Phase I of this project laid the groundwork for the emergence of an “entrepreneurial ecosystem,” including th...

Democracy That Delivers #183: Priscilla Clapp On Her Global Career

01.08.2020 |
Priscilla Clapp joins us on CIPE’s Democracy That Delivers podcast this week. She is currently a senior advisor to the U.S. Institute of Peace and the Asia Society, and is a retired Minister-Counselor in the U.S. Foreign Service. Host Ken Jaques asks her to share some stories on her insightfu...

Nepal: Shifting Gear from South to North

11.19.2019
Nepal, sandwiched between China and India, plays a limited role in the global arena, however for China and India, who are two of the largest players in world politics and economy, the small Himalayan nation holds strong strategic interest. India, which surrounds Nepal on three sides, has always asse...
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