Paying for Domestic Labor
An article in AutoStraddle titled Domestic Work Is Real Work: Nicaraguan Co-Ops Stop Being Polite and Start Paying Women is about a real issue in many places but happens to specifically focus on Nicaragua. The following quote defines the problem.
It is one of the world's most unfortunate dynamics that domestic labor is by and large considered to only have economic value when performed for families other than our own. Luckily, a handful of co-operatives in Nicaragua have taken steps to change that.
The article goes on to detail the issues with regard to Nicaraguan cooperatives. Not just paying for labor but also changing property titles to include the women.