Women in development

Report on the Women in Agriculture & Rural Development (WARD) Launch

Republic of South Africa
Women Agriculture & Rural Development
South Africa
2006
It is equally incumbent upon women and rural women in particular, to organised themselves and actively participate in economic empowerment programmers

Natural Resources Management and Gender -a global source Book.

Koninklijk Instituut voor de Tropen
Amsterdam
2002
A major Objective of This Publication Was to Document the Experiences of Various Practitioners and experts in the south with integrating mainstreaming women,s and gender considerations into the policy and Practice of Using and Managing Natural Resources.

Gender, development, and humanitarian work

edited by Caroline Sweetman
Oxfam GB
London
2001
This Collection Of Articles Explores The Interface Between Gender And Humanitarian work. Several Contributors Focus On Humanitarian Activity During Natural Disasters Or Analyse Responses To Conflict.

Gender and the economic crisis

edited by Ruth Pearson and Caroline Sweetman
Practical Action Pub.
Oxford

Gender, conflict, and development

Tsjeard Bouta, Georg Frerks, Ian Bannon
World Bank
Washington, D.C.

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