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Economics of Women’s Health | Davos 2023 | World Economic Forum

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Investing in women’s health will potentially contribute to economic and social development, not only for individual women but also for their families, communities, and societies.

Why do gendered health and well-being gaps continue to persist and what policies and actions are needed to improve the situation?

The session has been developed as part of the Women's Health Initiative of the World Economic Forum.

Speakers: Helen E. Clark, Kevin Ali, Natalia Kanem, Smriti Zubin Irani, Mark Suzman, Shyam Bishen

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