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Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development: Six year evaluation report and management response

Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development (Pacific Women) is an Australian Government funded, 10-year program operating in 14 Pacific Island countries, designed to improve opportunities for the political, economic and social advancement of women in the Pacific. Pacific Women is managed by Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and works with a wide range of implementing partners, including the 14 partner governments, multilateral organisations, international and national NGOs and civil society organisations.

Summary of publication

An independent evaluation has been completed six years after the establishment and implementation of the Pacific Women program. The review team examined the effectiveness of the Pacific Women program with particular attention to impact and sustainability. The review examined the program achievements, outcomes and areas for program improvement; and examined women's lived experience in the Pacific in order to recommend focus areas for future investments in gender equality.

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