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Our report on women and girls in Oregon, Count Her In, is available. Read, download, and share the report here.

In Oregon, female full-time workers make 21% less than men, or 79 cents for every dollar.

Forty-one percent of female-headed families with children are in poverty.

At some point in her life, one in four women is abused by an intimate partner.

One-third of Oregon’s single working mothers and their children live below the poverty line.

More than 27% of Oregon’s female population are victims of rape at least once in their lives.

44% of Oregon households receiving federal food assistance are headed by women.

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