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Proceedings of the Inaugural Planning Workshop on the User's Perspective with Agricultural Research and Development
(Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines: UPWARD, 1990)
This publication is the proceedings of the Inaugural Planning Workshop on the User's Perspective with Agricultural Research and Development, held in Baguio, Baguio City, Philippines, 3-5 April 1990.
Defining culturally relevant indicators: What are we waiting for?
(Washington, D.C.: Society for Applied Anthropology, 1999)
Nazarea et al respond to comments made by Marlor et al regarding their paper on defining culturally relevant indicators in relation to natural resources.
Cultural Memory and Biodiversity
(Tucson, Ariz.: University of Arizona Press, 1998)
Virginia Nazarea addresses the incompleteness of preserving biodiversity of agricultural crops through seed and genebanks, suggesting that preserving the cultural memory associated with the conserved species is also ...
Access and control of resources: Lessons from the SANREM CRSP
(Gainesville, Fla.: Humanities and Agriculture Program, Center for Applied Philosophy and Ethics in the Professions, University of Florida, 2001)
Developing sustainability in an agricultural ecosystem requires that attention be given to inequities within communities. The experiences of SANREM CRSP revealed that gender inequality was a significant factor in the access ...
Jequetepeque and Piura river basins Equitable Payment for Watershed Services project
CARE Peru's and WWF Peru's Equitable Payment for Watershed Services (PWS) project is part of an international initiative supported by DANIDA and DGIS (Holland) in 5 countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America, to promote ...
The UN World Water Development Report 1: Water for People, Water for Life
(Paris, France: UNESCO and Berghahn Books, 2003)
This report, with respective case studies, can be found on-line in six parts. Part I introduces background on the water crisis providing an historical overview on water policies. This first part ends with some recommendations ...
Gender, class and water: Women and the politics of water service in Monterray, Mexico
(Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc., 1995)
This article analyzes the role played by gender and class in the history of water supplies in Monterrey, Mexico. The author starts with a brief historical overview, highlighting the impact of water services on poor urban ...
Water, rules and gender: Water rights in an indigenous irrigation system, Marakwet, Kenya
(Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing, 1997)
This article presents a study carried out in a region in Northern Kenya. It examines the complex rules governing interactions between resource management and the management of social relations. Moral, social and natural ...
A Place to Live: Women's Inheritance Rights in Africa
(the Netherlands: The Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions (COHRE), 2005)
The COHRE has been working along with communities, governments and non-government organizations for over 10 years. This link takes you to a summary of the book on ten African countries. The objective of this summary is to ...
Rural women's access to land and property in selected countries
(Rome, Italy: FAO, IFAD, and ILC, 2004)
This is a collaborative study carried through by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) and the International Land Coalition (ILC). The ...