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Executive SummaryAvon commits $1 mil. to UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women to support "critical work on the implementation of laws, policies and government plans to prevent and reduce the prevalence of violence against women" as part of public-private partnership with United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM), according to recent release. "For more than 120 years, Avon has empowered women across the globe by providing them the opportunity to own their own business and achieve economic independence. We believe that by empowering women we can help change the world, and this commitment is imprinted on everything we do," Avon Chair and CEO Andrea Jung states. Collaboration announced at Global Summit for a Better Tomorrow at the UN...
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