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Women as Mapmakers: Gender and Empowerment in Participatory Mapping
Participatory mapping, one of the most widely used participatory research techniques, has been cited as a viable means for women to express their spaces and resources. But to what extent has gender, and women in particular, ...
Integrating economics, technology networks, soils and gender to remove constraints to Conservation Agriculture in the developing world
(Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, 2011)
The following paper presented provides an overview of the multidisciplinary approach of the Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management Collaborative Research Support Program (SANREM CRSP) in promoting the ...