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“Public procurement has emerged as a pioneering frontier for provision of jobs and opportunities, especially for women and other marginalised groups at most risk of exclusion from social and economic growth. Cities such as Amsterdam deliberately use public procurement to boost young people’s economic empowerment. The Kenyan government, too, has set aside 30 per cent of its procurement contracts to empower women, persons with disability and the youth.” So writes Daily Nation on equality through gender-responsive public procurement – but all is not as it seems – read more here.

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