Rural progress : vol. x, No. 1, 1991
The paper shows women still suffer from the handicaps and humiliation of subsidiary partnership - specially in the rural areas and amongst the lower income bracket. It is a truism to say one can barely limp with half the ...
Changing socio-economic conditions of women in Africa in the context of the Nairobi forward-looking strategies for the advancement of women: sectoral analysis of political participation, education, employment and law
In November 1989, the Economic Commission for Africa through its unit, the African Training and Research Centre for Women (ECA/ATRCW) convened the fourth Regional Conference on the integration of Women in Development on ...
Barriers to access of rural women to land, livestock, other productive assets, extension services and credit in selected African countries
Women's access to and control of land is an important, even crucial issue because of its relation to and implications for food production and food security in the region. Women in rural Africa often do not own the land ...
Report to the Africa Regional Coordinating Committee for the integration of women in development (ARCC) on the meeting of the 35th session of the United Nations Commission on the status of women Vienna, 27 February -8 March 1991; 11th session of the board of trustees of the institute for advancement of women (INSTRAW) and the United Nations Development Fund for Women New York, 19 - 22 February 1991