We reviewed hundreds of pages of Gates Foundation research and worked with the Gender Equality team to identify which content was best suited for the site. Using the team’s women’s economic empowerment framework to structure the information, we then designed the site to be informative, easy to navigate, and pleasant to use.
**Visit the site**
A primary goal of the Equal is Greater website was to increase awareness of the connection between gender inequality and women’s economic empowerment. To that end, the website provides detail on various factors that affect women’s economic empowerment, including uneven allocation of unpaid care work, limited access to education and healthcare, lack of political rights, difficulty finding decent work, and even restrictions on moving freely within their own communities. It also links users to scholarship and presents examples of promising interventions that could be adopted more broadly by communities working to end gender inequality throughout the world.