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Rural women : unequal partners in development

by Martha Fetherolf Loutfi

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Published by International Labour Office, 1981, c1980. in Geneva .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Developing countries -- Women,
  • Developing countries -- Rural conditions,
  • Developing countries -- Social conditions

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 77-81.

    StatementMartha Fetherolf Loutfi.. --
    SeriesA WEP study, WEP study
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 81 p. :
    Number of Pages81
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22375670M
    ISBN 109221023893

    Abdullah, T.A. and S. Zeidenstein. Socio-economic Implications of High-yielding Variety Rice Production on Rural Women of Bangladesh. Presented at the Integrated Rural Development Programme Seminar, Dacca, April Village Women of Bangladesh: Prospects for Change. ILO/WEP Women in Development Series, vol. Pergamon Press.   Book Review; Published: 10 April ; Rethinking the ‘Feminisation of Poverty’ Thesis. Gender, Generation and Poverty: Exploring the ‘Feminisation of Poverty’ in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Edited by Sylvia Chant. Cheltenham, UK, , pp. £ ISBN 7 (cased), £ ISBN 1 4 (paperback Author: Leonora C. Angeles.

    LONTFI, MARTHA FETHEROLF Rural Women: Unequal Partners in Development, Geneva, International Labour Office. Google Scholar MANDLE, JAY R. The Roots of Black Poverty, Durham: Duke University by: 5. by rural women and of promoting gender awareness amongst development partners. One of the partners talked about giving “a voice to the voiceless”. The benefits of the Project One of the major contributions of the Project has been to create networks for exchanging information, in particular on good practices. Local know-how has also been.

    Invisible Partners. Although both women and men contribute substantively to agricultural and rural development, women are assuming an increasingly prominent role. Women farmers are responsible for half of the world's food production and, in most developing countries, produce from 60 to 80 percent of the food destined for household consumption. technologies for women. The initiative expands on the Sharefair on Rural Women’s Technologies held in October in Nairobi and builds on the shared intent to upscale some of the great innovations to meet robustly identified critical needs of rural women in line with the sustainable development goals.


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