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“Thank you to everyone who has implemented this project in our community”. Money, she earned from Cash for Work plus extra jobs she was able to get, allowed her to put food on the table and take care of her family. (...) With the money I earn by working on this project, I will buy my children’s school needs and feed my family.” (...) With the money I earn by working on this project, I will buy my children’s school needs and feed my family.”
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Score: 1509770.1 - https://www.undp.org/timor-les...lping-families-and-communities
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Once in Europe, of those earning, the vast majority – 78 per cent – were sending money back. (...) A higher proportion of women were also sending money back, even among those not earning. But gender differences were also apparent in experiences of crime, with a slightly higher proportion of women falling victim to a crime in the six months prior to being interviewed than men, and significantly more experiencing sexual assault. (...) And when I go back to my home country, I don’t think I will come back” –Mahamadou “It was all to earn money. Thinking of my mom and my dad. My big sister.
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Score: 1482495 - https://www.undp.org/nigeria/p...would-still-travel-undp-report
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Once in Europe, of those earning, the vast majority – 78 per cent – were sending money back. (...) A higher proportion of women were also sending money back, even among those not earning. But gender differences were also apparent in experiences of crime, with a slightly higher proportion of women falling victim to a crime in the six months prior to being interviewed than men, and significantly more experiencing sexual assault. (...) And when I go back to my home country, I don’t think I will come back” – Mahamadou “It was all to earn money. Thinking of my mom and my dad. My big sister.
Language:English
Score: 1482495 - https://www.undp.org/press-rel...would-still-travel-undp-report
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Once in Europe, of those earning, the vast majority – 78 per cent – were sending money back. (...) A higher proportion of women were also sending money back, even among those not earning. But gender differences were also apparent in experiences of crime, with a slightly higher proportion of women falling victim to a crime in the six months prior to being interviewed than men, and significantly more experiencing sexual assault. (...) And when I go back to my home country, I don’t think I will come back” – Mahamadou “It was all to earn money. Thinking of my mom and my dad. My big sister.
Language:English
Score: 1482495 - https://www.undp.org/arab-stat...would-still-travel-undp-report
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Once in Europe, of those earning, the vast majority – 78 per cent – were sending money back. (...) A higher proportion of women were also sending money back, even among those not earning. But gender differences were also apparent in experiences of crime, with a slightly higher proportion of women falling victim to a crime in the six months prior to being interviewed than men, and significantly more experiencing sexual assault. (...) And when I go back to my home country, I don’t think I will come back” – Mahamadou “It was all to earn money. Thinking of my mom and my dad. My big sister.
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Score: 1482495 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...-africans-still-migrate-europe
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Objectives of the survey To compute indicators relating to the wages of workers, i.e. per capita daily and annual earnings, and indices of money and real earnings. Main labour topics covered by the survey Employment, earnings and days worked. (...) Construction of indices Index numbers of money earnings and of real earnings are compiled. (...) The application of the Act was extended in 1976 to cover persons earning less than 1,000 rupees per month, and again in 1982 to persons earning less than 1,600 rupees per month.
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Score: 1431716.2 - http://www.ilo.org/ilostat-files/SSM/SSM2/E/IN2.html
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The country’s compound crises coincided with a dramatic fall in their father’s earnings and a rapid increase in the prices of essential items. (...) “It’s seasonal work, and they earn very little from the landowner. Some days, it’s only a little over the equivalent to US$1 for five hours work”. The money her children earn goes to their mother for food, rent, and other basics.
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Score: 1420423.4 - https://www.unicef.org/lebanon...we-dont-have-money-we-dont-eat
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Opening New Horizons | FAO in Pakistan | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org english FAO in Pakistan Our Office Programmes and Projects News Resources Our Partners Success Stories Project List Programmes Opening New Horizons  “Women should help their husbands earn money so that their families can live a better life,” says Hamdi Maojee.  (...) She used FAO support to start a small business and boost her family’s earnings. Hamdi lives with her husband Mr. Maojee and two sons, 7 and 11, in a small village of Sanjar Khaskheli in Mirpurkhas District, Sindh Province. (...) The couple plans to purchase their own push- cart and dreams about opening a vegetable shop in the nearby town as soon as they save enough money. Most of their earnings pay for the family’s daily living, but part of the money is set aside for a rainy day.
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Score: 1414643.8 - https://www.fao.org/pakistan/p...ories/opening-new-horizons/en/
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Opening New Horizons | FAO in Pakistan | Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura FAO.org english Español FAO in Pakistan Our Office Programmes and Projects News Resources Our Partners Success Stories Project List Programmes Opening New Horizons  “Women should help their husbands earn money so that their families can live a better life,” says Hamdi Maojee.  (...) She used FAO support to start a small business and boost her family’s earnings. Hamdi lives with her husband Mr. Maojee and two sons, 7 and 11, in a small village of Sanjar Khaskheli in Mirpurkhas District, Sindh Province. (...) The couple plans to purchase their own push- cart and dreams about opening a vegetable shop in the nearby town as soon as they save enough money. Most of their earnings pay for the family’s daily living, but part of the money is set aside for a rainy day.
Language:English
Score: 1414643.8 - https://www.fao.org/pakistan/p...ories/opening-new-horizons/es/
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. - 5 - Most people want to earn more money to improve their lives and those of their families. For many women, however, earn- ing more money remains a dream never realised. (...) What prevents the women from earning a decent income? 4. What kinds of activities might be suitable for women in your region to earn extra money?
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Score: 1393622.1 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...tionalmaterial/wcms_628647.pdf
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