STUDIES SHOW WHEN MORE WOMEN SERVE IN PUBLIC LEADERSHIP ROLES THERE IS LESS CORRUPTION AND BETTER GOVERNANCE, OVERARCHING ISSUES SUCH AS PEACE, EDUCATION, AND HEALTHCARE RECEIVE MORE ATTENTION AND PRIORITY. - Amy Pritchard
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