S.2069 - GROWTH Act of 2007

A bill to increase the United States financial and programmatic contributions to promote economic opportunities for women in developing countries. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: A bill to increase the United States financial and programmatic contributions to promote economic opportunities for women in developing countries. as introduced.
  • Short: GROWTH Act of 2007 as introduced.

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Official Summary

Global Resources and Opportunities for Women to Thrive Act of 2007 or GROWTH Act of 2007 - Targets assistance for women in developing countries with respect to: (1) microenterprises; (2) small and medium enterprises; (3) private property rights and land tenure security; (4) employment acces

Official Summary

Global Resources and Opportunities for Women to Thrive Act of 2007 or GROWTH Act of 2007 - Targets assistance for women in developing countries with respect to:
(1) microenterprises;
(2) small and medium enterprises;
(3) private property rights and land tenure security;
(4) employment access;
(5) trade benefits;
(6) exchanges with U.S. entrepreneurs;
(7) Millennium Challenge Account assistance; and
(8) indigenous women's organizations. Directs the Secretary of State to establish the Global Resources and Opportunities for Women to Thrive (GROWTH) Fund to enhance economic opportunities for very poor, poor, and low-income women in developing countries with a focus on:
(1) increasing women-owned enterprise development;
(2) increasing property rights for women;
(3) increasing women's access to financial services;
(4) increasing women in leadership in implementing organizations, such as indigenous nongovernmental organizations, community-based organizations, and regulated financial intermediaries;
(5) improving women's employment benefits and conditions; and
(6) increasing women's ability to benefit from global trade.

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