|Prelims (Contents, Preface, Acknowledgements, Acronyms)|
|1. Lightening the Load|
Marilyn Carr is Chief of the Economic Empowerment Section of the United Nations Development Fund for Women. She is a development economist with over 20 years experience in Asia and Africa and specializes in the fields of small enterprise development and technology choice and diffusion.
Maria Hartl Maria Hartl is Technical Adviser for Gender and Social Equity in the IFAD Technical Advisory Division.
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