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This discussion paper examines the provision of care for older people by linking various care at macro (national) and micro (individual or family) levels. This paper argues that these different levels are not mutually exclusive.
I. Introduction II. Progress towards the MDGs in the ESCAP Region in Relation to Gender Equality III. Linking the MDGs to CEDAW and the BPfA IV. Complementary Targets and Indicators for Maximizing Linkages among MDGs, CEDAW and BPF to Strengthen Gender Equality V.
In light of the growing digital divide, there is a critical need to ensure that women have equitable access to the benefits and opportunities made possible by Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and to leverage ICTs for women's empowerment and the promotion of gender equality.