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Socio-economic and gender issues affecting the adoption of conservation tillage practices
(Africa: The Animal Traction Network for Eastern and Southern Africa (ATNESA), 1999)
This paper is about the importance of gender needs during the designing and implementing of policies and programs, and transferring agricultural technologies that affect the adoption of conservation of tillage practice. ...
Globalization and Changing Patterns of Economic Activity
The author argues that globalization has created new markets for female labor through the influences of transnational corporations, tourism, micro-finance and industry. Women's employment, however, varies from country to ...