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Production and consumption by gender and role among transhumants in Western Sudan: The Baggara (Hawazma) of Kordofan
(Pullman, WA: Washington State University, 1985)
This report covers specific research areas, such as the roles of men and women in management and agricultural production; the social constraints in the definition of gender roles; women's resources and sources of income ...
Social institutions and access to resources
For over a decade African economies have been plagued by recurrent food shortages, economic decline and growing disparities between the living standards of rich and poor. A further dimension of the agrarian crisis in recent ...
Access, control, and use of resources in African agriculture: An introduction
In general, the history of access, control and use of agricultural resources in colonial and postcolonial Africa has been one of cross-cultural interaction-through discourse as well as through political economy. That the ...
Behind the weather: Why the poor suffer most: Drought and the Sahel
(London, UK: OXFAM, 1984)
This document looks at some of the major agricultural changes that have been taking place in the Sahel, and at how these changes have affected the most vulnerable sections of the population. It argues that today's crisis ...