Business Management in the Informal Sector: A Case Study of Market Women
This report presents the major findings of a study of the business management practices, inadequacy, and needs of Ugandan women market traders among 489 Ugandan women aged 15 years and above in the towns of Kampala.
UNPAAERD report on the engagement of African women as agents of development at all levels
The report provides sectoral analyses of current and planned activities undertaken by the UN agencies to improve the situation of African women in respect of Para 47 and 52 of the Mid Term Review, document #A/43/664, the ...
Rapport sur les activités de la CEA relative à l'intégration de la femme au développement (période avril 1990 - 1991)
La CEA a veillé à la mise en oeuvre effective de ces résolutions et de celle de l'assemblée générale portant sur l'amélioration de la condition des femmes au sein du Secrétariat des Nations Unies. Les efforts déployés dans ...
Non-formal education and development
The concept of “development" like that of "freedom" is shrouded with difficulties and complexities. To some, development is not easily defined because of what it connotes in as far as it is dependent upon the particular ...
Women's contribution to the domestic trade: the case of Ethiopia
In the earliest times of human existence trade was one of the principal economic sectors to diffuse not only natural and readymade products for human consumption but also different cultural and social outlooks among different ...
Women's contribution to the domestic trade : the case of Tanzania
Tanzania has an area of 945,158sq.kilometres. It is agrarian economy based on small holder agricultural producers. This sector employs 91- of the country's labour force and out of these 75- are women. This sector contributes ...
Roster of African women experts
This volume is the second edition of the Roster of African Women Experts. In comparison with the first issue this one has a wider geographical and subject scope as well as a bigger number of experts (508). We included into ...
Cultural Prerequisites and the Role of Women in the Application and Development of Science and Technology in Africa
The Workshop on Cultural Prerequisites and the Role of Women in the Application and Development of Science and Technology in Africa was held at the headquarters of the United Nations Economic commission for Africa (ECA) ...
Barrier to access of rural women to land, livestock, other productive assets, extension services and credit in selected African countries
Women in the rural areas of Africa carry the heaviest burden in terms of agricultural production, especially food production for the increasing population of the continent. There has been a traditional division of labour ...
Integration of women in the modern business sector, both formal and informal
This paper attempts to assess the integration of women in the modern business sector, both formal and informal. The paper however exclusively deals with women in trade and commerce the sector already penetrated by women. ...