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E-learning refers to the use of computer-based electronic technologies of Internet, e-mail, websites and CD-ROMs, and their applications, to deliver, facilitate and enhance both formal and informal learning and knowledge sharing at any time, any place and at any pace.

Gender and Macroeconomics e-Learning Course

This course examines the linkages between gender and poverty, trade, access to financial resources, and economic development and concludes with an analysis of the implications of these considerations in poverty reduction programs. The course is delivered online in order to reach a geographically diverse mix of participants and to serve as a online resource to policy makers, practioners, and academics.

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