|Targeting women on transforming institutions? Policy lessons from NGO anti-poverty efforts, Naila Kabeer;|
|Soup kitchens, women and social policy: studies from Peru, Luiba Kogan;|
|Dealing with hidden issues: trafficked women in Nepal, Meena Poudel and Anita Shrestha;|
|The Zimbabwe Women's Resource Centre and Network, Hope Chigudu;|
|Participatory development: an approach sensitive to class and gender, Dan Connell;|
|Women in the informal sector: the contribution of education and training, Fiona Leach;|
|The evaporation of gender policies in the patriarchal cooking pot, Sara Hlupelike Longwe.|
Based out of both Canada and Jamaica, Dorienne Rowan-Campbell works as an independent development consultant. She is a qualified organic crop inspector, Board Member of the Jamaica Organic Agriculture Movement and interim Vice Chair of the fledgling Caribbean Regional Organic Agriculture Movement (CROAM).
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