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Doing what comes naturally? Women and environment in development
(Pergamon Press Ltd., 1993)
The author argues that Ecofeminist and Women, Environment, Development arguments fall short in that they start with the assumption that women have a unique connection to the environment and thus they do not account for the ...
Of goats and groups: A study on social capital in development projects
(Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001)
Many development projects use group or community approaches to distribute resources such as natural, financial and appropriate technology. Even though farmers sometimes use social networks for accessing to these resources, ...
Addressing food security in Africa via multiple livelihood strategies of women farmers
(Elsevier Science, 2001)
Because food insecurity is primarily a problem of low household incomes and poverty, and not just inadequate food production, projects and programs for food-insecure African farmers which aim at increasing production of ...