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Extra-household factors and women farmers' supply response in sub-saharan Africa
(Great Britain: Elsevier, 2000)
This paper reflects on how often economic reforms do not create the expected result, and even increase pressures and burdens on women. The discussion highlights some factors that interfere with women's agriculture production, ...
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. ...
Beyond fetching water for livestock: A gendered sustainable livelihood framework to assess livestock-water productivity
(Nairobi, Kenya: International Livestock Research Institure (ILRI), 2005)
In this paper, the authors assert that within recent development initiatives aimed at improving access to quality water, the use of water in livestock maintenance and production as a livelihood strategy is largely ignored. ...