Numerous efforts are currently being made in different sectors to build a more prosperous society for all in response to rapid changes in politics, society, environment, and economy. We believe that in order for these efforts to build a prosperous society to be sustainable and inclusive, it is necessary to close the gender gap and maximize the power of women.
According to a research we conducted with Dalberg, there are seven areas where women's empowerment is needed to close the gender gap. They are mutually reinforcing woman’s empowerment. Among them, women's economic empowerment stands out as it is deeply connected with other problem areas. Therefore, a focus on economic empowerment can effectively contribute to correcting other problem areas.
In addition, women's economic empowerment, as a fundamental pillar of economic development and human rights, is a necessary condition for the pursuit of equitable and sustainable development, benefiting society as a whole and every one of us.