The eradication of poverty and injustice depends on women’s equal enjoyment of their human rights. Oxfam has invested significantly in women’s economic leadership, and affirms that economic empowerment requires parallel progress in women’s political, social and personal empowerment. Women’s control over their own time and workload increasingly recognized as a precondition for this, and is an acute issue in global. In commemorating the International Women’s Day 2017, Oxfam in Bangladesh has produced this animated video clip on Unpaid Care Work of Women. Watch and share!

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