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    Women in Small Enterprise Quarterly Report: March-June 2014

    Countless women around the world are building successful small businesses. But the odds against women entrepreneurs in many developing countries can be staggering. Often, they face limited access to credit and property, household obligations that consume their waking hours, and cultural standards that discriminate against them. Oxfam’s Women in Small Enterprise (WISE) program starts with a systemic understanding of these barriers and attracts partners with expertise in the areas of financial services, women’s rights, advocacy, community development, and vocational training to support women in overcoming these challenges. WISE follows Oxfam’s belief in people’s power to change their lives. This report highlights key accomplishments of WISE from March to June 2014, including details on the initiative’s rollout in Guatemala.

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    Oxfam Innovation Lab

    Oxfam created the Innovation Lab, a systematic way to identify core challenges with potential for market systems solutions, seek out good market-based ideas, run pilot projects to make them better, communicate what we learn, and encourage others to take up initiatives with a proven track record.

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    Working with women

    Investments in women and girls pay handsome returns—for everyone.

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    The power of women entrepreneurs

    Countless women around the world are building successful small businesses. But the odds against women entrepreneurs in many countries can be staggering. Through a new program--Women in Small Enterprise, or WISE--Oxfam and its partners aim to help women in Latin America and the Caribbean realize their full economic potential.

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    Oxfam America & the private sector

    Oxfam America works with a wide range of organizations to develop innovative solutions to poverty and social injustice.

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    Oxfam's work with water

    At a UN General Assembly in July 2010, 122 nations declared access to clean water and sanitation a human right.