A world of decisions: Case studies: Women, water, and work: The success of the self-employed women's association

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2003
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Washington, DC: World Resources Institute
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This particular case study explores the successes of the Self-Employed Women's Association (SEWA) an innovative grassroots governance structures. Through their focus on learning, SEWA has achieved state recognition and respect, therefore influencing decisions related to the environment, and livelihoods.

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Women, Associations, Livelihoods, Gender, Sewa
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