The Canadian government’s Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP) was top of mind when I started my role at Engineers Without Borders Canada last year. Knowing I was going to be based in Kampala, Uganda, I was eager to see the application of FIAP in international development, and more specifically, through impact investing in emerging markets.
Not too long ago at EWB Canada, Gender-Lens Investing (GLI) felt like an industry-contrived concept that was hard to actualize, especially for the early-stage social enterprises. As investors, we worried that adopting a GLI strategy wo
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