Feminization of poverty
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Feminization of poverty means today women are more likely to be poor than men, and the number of poor women is going up. Poverty means not having enough money for basic needs such as food, water, shelter, or toilets.
- Chant, Sylvia (2006). "Re‐thinking the "Feminization of Poverty" in Relation to Aggregate Gender Indices". Journal of Human Development 7 (2): 201–220. doi:10.1080/14649880600768538.