Women and Food Security
The experience of the SADCC countries
Marilyn Carr 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.
Land reform: still a goal worth pursuing for rural women?
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Time Use Research in the Social Sciences
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Gender and Land Reforms: Comparative Perspectives
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Workloads of rural African women: The impact of economic adjustment in Sub‐Saharan Africa
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Role of Women in the Household Economy, Food Production and Food Security
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Women, occupation and health in rural Africa: Adaptation to a changing socioeconomic climate
Barrett, Hazel R.
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