The 1960s Aboriginal Fruit-Picking Scheme provides evidence of female worker mobility and The Girl E

The Girl Effect includes the claim that when women earn an income, they reinvest an average 90 percent of it into their families, compared to 30 to 40 percent for men. For this reason, women should be the focus of our assistance to help bring an end to family poverty. But where is the evidence that supports this claim? This paper provides anecdotal evidence of the truth of this claim, at least for Aboriginal women from Hermannsburg Mission in Central Australia who left home f