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Do women give to charity differently from men?

Just over half of the world's population are female: approximately 3.6 billion women and girls. You will have heard that the percentage of women having significant wealth is rising, and that money and power are inextricably linked.
Yet despite this and the fact that governments, companies, NGOs and philanthropists have collectively spent hundreds of millions of pounds launching programmes aimed at supporting women's economic empowerment and inclusion, women are still underrepresented and un-empowered.

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