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 Introduction
 Key Word List
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 Section 1: Africa
 Section 2: Asia
 Historic note






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Title: A Bibliography of women in agricultural development with special reference to the Third World
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Title Page
        Title Page
    Introduction
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Full Text


A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WOMEN IN AGRICULTURAL
DEVELOPMENT
WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE THIRD
WORLD


VOLUME 1: AFRICA AND ASIA


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Edited By:
Dr. M. E. Swisher


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


This bibliography is the result of the work of many individuals over a long period of time. Drs.
Susan V. Poats, Marianne Schmink, and Anita Spring were responsible for initiating the develop-
ment of the bibliography, and for contributing greatly to its content. We wish to take this
opportunity to recognize their enormous contribution and to thank them for it. We would also like
to thank Ms. Connie Campbell, who had the determination to see the final version through to
publication.


FURTHER INFORMATION

Further information about the bibliography can be obtained from:
Women in Agricultural Development Program
Office of International Programs
3028 McCarty Hall
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611
USA








USING THE BIBLIOGRAPHY

The Bibliography of Women in Agricultural Developmentis organized by geographic region.
Your copy includes five separate directories: (1) Africa; (2) Asia; (3) Europe and North America;
(4) Latin America; and (5) Third World General. When two regions, Asia and Africa, for example,
are both discussed in a publication, the entry will be listed under each of the two regions. In
cases where three or more regions are discussed, the entry is listed under Third World General.
Publications that do not refer to any particular geographic area, such as general theoretical or
methodological discussions, are also listed under Third World General. Please note the following
points:

(1) Egypt is included in the Africa Directory;

(2) Middle Eastern countries with the exception of Egypt are listed in the Third
World General Directory, primarily because there are only a few
publications that deal with Middle Eastern nations;

(3) Pacific island nations, such as Fuji, are listed in the Asia Directory; and

(4) Caribbean nations are included in the Latin America Directory.

Each entry in the Bibliography of Women in Agricultural Development includes the
following information: (1) Author(s), (2) Date, (3) Title, (4) Publisher (or source), (5) Country(ies)
and (6) Key Word Descriptors. A sample entry is shown below, indicating where each of these
items is found in the hard copy.


Jones, C.A. Smith, E.B. Entry No. 313
Callaghan, R.
Eds. 1985. [Source: 1] Philippines Role
An Introduction to the Study of Women's Roles in Irrigated India Rice
Rice Production. Irrigation
Boulder, CO: Westview Press. Production


Authors

Up to four authors are included for each entry. When there are more than four authors, the
first three are listed and remaining authors are indicated by et al. Authors are listed in the order
in which they appear in the publication. In this example, the first author is Jones, the second
Smith, and the third Callaghan. When the author is an institution, the name of the institution is
spelled out; acronyms are not used. Thus, the citation would be "Food and Agricultural
Organization," not "FAO" for entries for which the Food and Agricultural Organization of the
United Nations is the author or editor. Publications of the United States Senate are listed under
"US Senate."


Editors, Date, and Source

If the authors) are editors, this is noted by "Ed." or "Eds." at the left of the first line after the
author names. The date of the publication is the second item on this line. In the example


Using the Bibliography








provided, the entry is an edited item and the date of publication is 1985. The "Source" is listed
to the right on the same line. This number provides some indication of the accessibility of the
publication. It may be more difficult to acquire copies of publications with higher numbers than
for those with lower numbers. The following key explains the source number:

1 A published book or an article in a regularly published journal;

2 A publication produced by an international agency, or an entry that is probably
available from an international agency upon request;

3 A publication that is produced by a national agency (including universities) or that may
be available from a national agency upon request; and

4 Entries for which the availability is unknown (for example, papers presented at
conferences which may be available only by writing directly to the author).

In the example given, the item is a published book and the source is therefore "1". A list of
addresses for several of the most frequently cited international and national agencies is included
in the preface of the bibliography in order to assist users in acquiring these materials.


Title

The title, which may include up to four lines, appears immediately after the line containing the
date and source. For unpublished papers, the name, location, and date of the conference
where the paper was presented are given when possible. The name of the organization which
sponsored the conference and which may therefore be a source for the item is also included
when known.


Publisher or Source

The publisher or source follows the title. In the case of items which are published, this entry
is the publisher (for example, Westview Press). In other cases, this item includes the probable
source of the item. For example, papers presented at an expert consultation for the Food and
Agriculture Organization would include "Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization" here because
this is, in our opinion, the most probable source of these publications. The entry might also be
acquired by writing directly to the author.


Country

The country or countries discussed in the publication are listed in the second column of each
entry. Up to three countries are listed. Some publications do not discuss any particular country.
For such entries, no country is listed. Other entries discuss more than three countries. When
possible, the countries which are the subject of greatest discussion in the publication are listed
and countries receiving less attention are not listed. When it is not possible to determine which
countries are discussed in greatest detail, the countries are listed in the order in which they are
discussed in the publication. Please refer to the first paragraph above for details about the five
regional directories included in the Bibliography. In the example provided, the Philippines and
India are the two countries which are discussed.


Using the Bibliography








Key Word


Each entry is also described by one to five key words. A Key Word List is included with the
Bibliography. It indicates the types of material described by each key word and provides other
key words that may describe articles of similar or related content. The key words are listed in
the third column of each entry, and include role, rice, irrigation, and production in the example
provided.

Entry Number

The entry number refers to the number of the entry in the electronic version of the
bibliography. For users of the hard copy, this entry is not important.


Using the Bibliography








KEY WORD LIST

Each entry in the Bibliography of Women in Agricultural Development is described by one
to five key words. Each key word is listed below. Where necessary, the types of information
included under the key words are described. Finally, other key words are provided which may
provide you with additional entries covering a similar or related subject matter. The key word
"reproduction," for example describes entries which discuss the general topic of reproduction,
in-li linn fertilit and family nlannina. Other key words which mav also be of interest would


include "demography" and "population."


KEY WORD

Access to Resources




Agrarian Reform


Agribusiness



Agroforestry


Bibliography

Capitalism


Cash Crops


Census


Class


Communication


Community


CONTENT

Women's access to resources needed for
agricultural production, such as land, la-
bor, and credit; also access to fuelwood
and water

Women's role in agrarian reform; impact
of agrarian reform on women

Includes plantations, agroindustry; wo-
men's role in large scale commercial agri-
culture, including employment

Women's role in agroforestry projects; im-
pact of agroforestry projects on women

Entry includes or is a bibliography

Impact of capitalism on women; may in-
clude colonialism


Women's role in cash crop production;
impact of cash crop production on women

Entry cites census data; methodologies for
using census data

Socio-economic class in relationship to
agricultural production; includes caste



Role of communication in development
projects; communication with women

Women's role in community organizations;
integration of women into community or-
ganizations; community development


SEE ALSO

Natural Resources,
Water, Land Tenure,
Credit, Energy


Land Tenure, Socia-
lism, Capitalism

Industry, Land Tenure,
Capitalism, Labor,
Employment

Forestry, Natural Re-
sources


History, Socialism,
History, Class, Labor,
Employment

Rice, Agribusiness,
Capitalism

Statistics, Methodology


Capitalism, Land Ten-
ure, Labor, Employ-
ment, Socialism, Sta-
tus, Poverty

Extension, Organiza-
tions, Education

Organizations, Integra-
tion, Role


Key Word List








CONTENT


Cooperatives


Credit


Decision-Making


Demography


Ecology


Economics


Education


Employment


Energy


Evaluation


Extension


Farming Systems Re-
search


Female Heads


Fishing


Food


Forestry


Gender


Women's cooperatives; women's role and-
or integration into cooperatives

Women's access to credit; impact of credit
policies on women

Women's role in decision-making; deci-
sion-making within the household

Gender based differences in demography;
relationship of reproduction to demography

Human ecology; women's relationship to
ecosystem

Women's participation/integration in econ-
omic development

Includes training, non-formal education,
literacy, indigenous knowledge

Women as employees in agricultural pro-
duction


Includes fuelwood


Methodologies for evaluation; evaluation of
projects in terms of impact on women



Development efforts using a farming sys-
tems methodology; description of women's
roles in farming systems

Female head of household


Includes aquaculture


Women's role in food production; women
and the food crisis

Primarily women's role in forestry projects


Gender roles


Organizations, Income
Generation, Marketing

Policy, Access to Re-
sources

Household, Status,
Role

Reproduction, Popula-
tion

Natural Resources


Social Change, Inte-
gration

Extension, Communi-
cation

Class, Labor, Agribus-
iness, Capitalism

Access to Resources,
Natural Resources,
Ecology

Planning, Policy, Im-
pact

Education,Integration


Methodology,
Household


Role,


Household, Gender,
Status

Production, Food

Hunger, Production,
Rice, Subsistence

Agroforestry, Natural
Resources, Energy

Sexual Division of La-
bor


Key Word List


SEE ALSO


KEY WORD








KEY WORD


Health

History


Home Economics

Horticulture


Household


Hunger

Impact


Income


Income Generation


Industry


Informal Sector


Integration


International Aid


Irrigation


Labor


Land Tenure


Includes articles discussing women's role
in agricultural in historical settings; also
changes in women's role in agriculture;
includes colonialism

Includes home economics curricula

Women's role in vegetable and fruit pro-
duction; also ornamental plants

Includes family; role of women and chil-
dren within the household


Includes famine


Effects of projects, programs, international
aid, etc. on women


Projects/programs designed to generate
income for women


Includes industrialization


Participation in the non-formal sector of
the economy

Participation, contribution, involvement,
accessibility to or in certain activities and-
or projects


Women's role as laborers in agricultural
production; women's access to labor

Includes landlessness, land ownership,
and inheritance


Nutrition

Capitalism


Education, Household

Production, Cash
Crops, Subsistence

Sexual Division of La-
bor, Gender, Deci-
sion-Making, Role

Poverty, Food, Class

Evaluation,Integration


Income Generation,
Class, Employment,
Labor, Capitalism

Income, Impact, Eval-
uation,

Modernization, Em-
ployment, Capitalism

Class, Employment,
Labor, Marketing

Impact, Role


Policy, Planning, Im-
pact

Water, Access to Re-
sources

Employment, Agribusi-
ness, Class

Agrarian Reform, Ac-
cess to Resources


Key Word List


CONTENT


SEE ALSO








KEY WORD


Law


Livestock


Marketing


Methodology


Migration


Modernization



Natural Resources


Includes legal status; women's rights

Women's role in livestock production; in-
cludes pastoralism, dairying, etc.

Includes market women, higglering, trad-
ing, exchange, commercialization


Includes research methods


Includes impact of male out-migration on
women

Includes intensification of production,
green revolution technologies; also indus-
trialization

Includes desertification, environmental
degradation, resource scarcity


Status


Food, Production,
Marketing

Income, Informal Sec-
tor

Statistics, Theory


Resettlement


Technology, Impact,
Industry, Cash Crops


Ecology, Energy, Wa-
ter


Hunger, Health


Organizations


Peasants


Planning

Policy


Politics


Population


Includes community groups, mobilization,
kibbutz, collectives; women's leadership
roles in organizations

Emphasizes production for subsistence
needs

Program/project planning

Impact of policy on women; policies of
organizations in regard to women

Includes political movements, international
relations, political organizations


Includes population growth


Poverty


Production


Proletarianization


Includes all aspects of agricultural produc-
tion, including harvesting, storage, proces-
sing, and preparation; also productivity

Refers primarily to change of peasants
and/or farmers to industrial or agricultural
laborers


Role


Subsistence, House-
hold

Policy

Planning International
Aid

Policy, International
Aid

Reproduction, Demo-
graphy

Hunger, Class

Food, Cash Crop



Peasants, Industry,
Agribusiness, Capital-
ism, Employment, La-
bor, Social Change


Key Word List


Nutrition


SEE ALSO


CONTENT








KEY WORD


Reproduction


Resettlement


Rice


Role


Rural Development



Sexual Division of La-
bor

Small Farms


Social Change


Socialism


Statistics


Status


Subsistence


Technology


Theory


Time Allocation


Includes fertility, family planning


Emphasizes planned resettlement projects
and programs; includes permanent migra-
tion


Women's role in organizations, food pro-
duction, etc.; gender roles

Includes integrated rural development pro-
jects


Includes women's labor/work


Includes minifundia


Entry contains statistical information or
discusses statistical methodologies

Socio-economic status; women's legal
status; women's status within the house-
hold

Production of food crops for home con-
sumption

Includes appropriate technology

Entry discusses major theories relevant to
gender analysis, such as the sexual divi-
sion of labor, etc.


Emphasizes allocation of time by gender
within the household


Population, Demo-
graphy

Migration, Agrarian
Reform, Land Tenure,
History, Social Change

Cash Crops, Produc-
tion, Irrigation


Gender, Status


Women in Develop-
ment, Women in Agri-
culture

Labor, Gender


Subsistence, Peasants

Politics, Proletarianiza-
tion, Role, Impact

Capitalism, Agrarian
Reform, Politics

Census, Methodology


Law, Household, Role


Peasants, Food


Modernization


Sexual Division of La-
bor, Gender, Metho-
dology


Sexual Division of La-
bor, Household, Labor


Key Word List


CONTENT


SEE ALSO








KEY WORD


UN Decade


Water


Women in Agriculture


Women in Development


Activities, results, and/or impact of the
United Nations Decade for Women

Refers primarily to women's access to
water, role in collecting water, etc.

Entries specifically describe/discuss wo-
men's role in agricultural production

Entries specifically describe/discuss wo-
men's role in economic development


International Aid


Irrigation, Sexual Divi-
sion of Labor

Food, Production, Role


Rural Development


Key Word List


SEE ALSO


CONTENT








ADDRESS LIST IOR FREQUENTLY

REFERENCED ORGANIZATIONS



The organizations listed below are the source of many publications cited in this bibliography. We
have included their addresses in order to facilitate acquiring publications from them.


African Bibliographic Center
Suite 910
1346 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
USA
Phone: 202/223-1392


Agency for International Development

Office of Women in Development (WID)
Agency for International Development
U.S. Department of State
Room 3243
Washington, D.C. 20523
USA
Phone: 202/632-3992

Office of Development Information and Utili-
zation (DIU)
Agency for International Development
U.S. Department of State
Washington, D.C. 20523
USA
Phone: 202/632-8701


Association of Women in Development (AWID)
Office of Women's Programs
10 Sandy Hall
Virginia Tech
Blacksburg, VA 24061
USA
Phone: 703/231-7615
Fax: 703/231-6741


Clearinghouse on Development Communica-
tion (CDC)
Academy for Educational Development
1414 22nd Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20037


USA
Phone: 202/862-1900

Consortium for International Development
(CID)

Women and Food Information Network
24 Peabody Terrace
Apt. 1404
Cambridge, MA 02138
USA
Phone: 617/547-7529

Office of International Agricultural Programs
for Women in Development
211 Nugent Bldg.
University of Arizona
Tucson, AZ 85721
USA
Phone: 602/626-1717


Equity Policy Center (EPOC)
Suite 502
1302 18th Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
USA
Phone: 202/223-8170


Food and Agriculture Organization of the
United Nations (FAO)
North American Liasion Office
1776 F Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20437


Information Collection and Exchange
Peace Corps
806 Connecticut Ave., NW
Washington, D.C. 20525
USA
Phone: 202/254-7386


Address List








International Center For Research on Women
(ICRW)
1717 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Suite 501
Washington, D.C. 20036
USA
202/797-0007


International Labor Office (ILO)
Office for Women Workers
CH-1211
Geneva 22, Switzerland


International Research and Training Institute
for the Advancement of Women (INSTRAW)
Avenida Cesar Nicolas Penson 102-A
P.O. Box 21747
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Phone: 809/685-2111
Telex: (326) 4280 WRA SD


International Women's Tribune Centre (IWTC)
Sixth Floor
305 East 46th Street
New York, NY 10017
USA
Phone: 212/421-5633


Midwest Universitites Consortium for Interna-
tional Activities, Inc. (MUCIA)
Women in Development Network Coordinator
Land Tenure Center
310 King Hall
University of Wisconsin
Madison, WI 53706
USA
Phone: 608/262-3657


New TransCentury Foundation (NTF)
Secretariat for Women in Development
1789 Columbia Road, NW
Washington, D.C. 20009
USA
Phone: 202/328-4438


Non-Formal Education Information Center
(NFEIC)
College of Education
Michigan State University
513 Erickson Hall
East Lansing, MI 48824
USA
Phone: 517/355-5522


Population Council
1 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza
New York, NY 10017
USA
Phone: 212/644-1300


Technical Assistance Information Clearing
House (TAICH)
American Council of Voluntary Agencies for
Foreign Service, Inc.
200 Park Avenue South
New York, NY 10003
USA
Phone: 212/777-8210


United Nations

African Training and Research Center for
Women
United Nations Economic Commission for
Africa
P.O. Box 3001
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Asia Pacific Center for Women in Develop-
ment
United Nations Economic Commission for
Asia and Pacific
United Nations Building
Rajadamner Ave.
Bangkok 2, Thailand

Branch for the Advancement of Women
United Nations
Vienna International Center
P.O. Box 500 A 1400
Vienna, Austria


Address List







Women in Development Center
United Nations Economic Commission for
Latin America
Casolla 1 79-D
Santiago, Chile


University of Florida
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
(IFAS)
McCarty Hall
Gainesville, FL 32611
USA


Volunteers in Technical Assistance (VITA)
3706 Rhode Island Avenue
Mt. Ranier, MD 20712
USA
Phone: 301/277-7000


Women and International Development Re-
search and Information Center
University of Minnesota
1246 Social Science Tower
267-19th Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55455
USA
Phone: 612/376-3320


Women's International Information and Com-
munication Service
ISIS-Switzerland
C.P. 50 Cornavin
1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland


World Bank
Publications Office
1818 H Street, NW
Washington, D.C. 20433
USA


Address List

























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AFRICA PAGE 1

ABALU, GEORGE 0.I.


1984. [SOURCE: 4]
WOMEN, THE CROPPING CHAIN, AND FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH IN
SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: SOME EXPERIENCES FROM NIGERIA. PAPER FOR
FARMING SYSTEMS SUPPORT PROJECT SEMINAR, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA,
GAINESVILLE, FL, OCTOBER 16.


NIGERIA


FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ABBOTT, SUSAN


ENTRY # 2


1974. [SOURCE: 3]
FULL-TIME FARMERS AND WEEKEND WIVES: CHANGE AND STRESS AMONG
RURAL KIKUYU WOMEN. PH.D. DISSERTATION, UNIVERSITY OF NORTH
CAROLINA, CHAPEL HILL, NC.


ABBOTT, SUSAN


1975.
WOMEN'S IMPORTANCE FOR KENYAN RURAL DEVELOPMENT.


[SOURCE: 1]


KENYA


KENYA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
ROLE
MODERNIZATION
SOCIAL CHANGE

SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ENTRY # 3


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
INTEGRATION


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL 10: 179-82.


ABBOTT, SUSAN


1976. [SOURCE: 1]
FULL-TIME FARMERS AND WEEKEND WIVES: AN ANALYSIS OF ALTERING
CONJUGAL ROLES.


JOURNAL OF MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY, 1876: 165-174.


ABDULLAH, T.


1982. [SOURCE: 3]
REPORT ON THE ROLE AND UTILIZATION OF FEMALE VILLAGE EXTENSION
ASSISTANTS.


KENYA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
ROLE
HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY # 5


EXTENSION
INTEGRATION
ROLE


DHAKA: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.


ABELL, H.C.


1962. [SOURCE: 2]
HOME ECONOMICS ASPECTS OF THE FAO SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY OF
PEASANT AGRICULTURE IN NORTHERN NIGERIA.


NIGERIA


HOME ECONOMICS
PEASANTS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY # 1


ENTRY # 4


ENTRY # 6


EXTENSION








AFRICA PAGE 2


ABU, KATIE


1984. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN RICE FARMING IN LIBERIA. REPORT TO FAO.


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


LIBERIA


RICE
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


EXTENSION


ENTRY I 8


ACKELLO-OGUTU


1987. [SOURCE: 3]
EFFECTIVENESS OF EXTENSION SERVICES IN REACHING KENYAN FARM WOMEN
WITH TIMELY AND APPROPRIATE AGRICULTURAL INFORMATION. A REPORT
FOR FAO, UNPUBLISHED.

NAIROBI: DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, UNIVERSITY OF
NAIROBI.
ADAMS, W.M. GROVE, A.T.

EDS. 1983. [SOURCE: 1]
IRRIGATION IN TROPICAL AFRICA. PROBLEMS AND PROBLEM SOLVING.
CAMBRIDGE AFRICAN MONOGRAPHS NO. 3, AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER.


KENYA


EXTENSION
IMPACT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY 1 9


NIGERIA


IRRIGATION


CAMBRIDGE, ENGLAND: UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE.


ADEFOLU, AKINBODE, I. OWAZI, O.C.
OLAY, W.C.
1982. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN PARTICIPATION IN SELECTED RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN
THE NORTHERN STATES OF NIGERIA.


ENTRY # 10


NIGERIA


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
INTEGRATION


JOURNAL OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT 5: 109-132.


ADEKANYE, T.O.


1983. (SOURCE: 1]
RURAL FISH MARKETING IN AFRICA: SOME EMPIRICAL CONSIDERATIONS
FROM NIGERIA.


NIGERIA


ENTRY t 11


FISHING
MARKETING


JOURNAL OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT 6: 77-85.


ADEKANYE, T.O.


ENTRY t 12


1987. [SOURCE: 1]
AFRICAN WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE: PROBLEMS AND POLICIES FOR
DEVELOPMENT.


NIGERIA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
INTEGRATION
POLICY


PRESENCE AFRICAINE 141: 7-14.


ENTRY # 7


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 3

ADEWUYI, A.A.


1986. [SOURCE: 1]
BREAST FEEDING, BIRTH INTERVAL AND POLYGYNY IN NIGERIA.



SOCIAL SCIENCE AND MEDICINE 24:7: 573-580.

ADEYOKUNNO, TOMILAYO 0.

1984. (SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA. PP. 45-55. IN WOMEN ON
THE MOVE. CONTEMPORARY CHANGES IN FAMILY AND SOCIETY.


NIGERIA


REPRODUCTION
SOCIAL CHANGE
STATUS


POPULATION


ENTRY # 14


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
LITERATURE REVIEW


PARIS: UNESCO WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

ADEYOKUNNU, T.C. ENTRY 8 15


1976. [SOURCE: 4]
AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION AND RURAL WOMEN IN NIGERIA.
PAPER PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCE ON NIGERIAN WOMEN AND
DEVELOPMENT IN RELATION TO CHANGING FAMILY STRUCTURE,
UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN.


ADEYOKUNNU, TOMILAYO 0.


NIGERIA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
EDUCATION


ENTRY # 16


1981. (SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN AND AGRICULTURE IN NIGERIA. RESEARCH SERIES, AFRICAN
TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTER FOR WOMEN.


ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPA: UN ECONOMIC COMMISSION ON AFRICA.

ADO/NIAMEY

1974. [SOURCE: 2]
THE WOMEN IN NIGER: HER ROLE IN TRADITIONAL SOCIETY AND THE
POSSIBILITIES OF HER INTEGRATION INTO THE NATIONAL ECONOMY.
UNPUBLISHED, PREPARED FOR SAID.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT.
AFONJA, SIMI

1981. (SOURCE: 1]
CHANGING MODES OF PRODUCTION AND THE SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
AMONG THE YORUBA.


NIGERIA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
MARKETING
HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY 8 17


NIGER


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ROLE
INTEGRATION


ECONOMICS


ENTRY I 18

SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
HISTORY
MARKETING
PRODUCTION


SIGNS 7:2: 299-313.


ENTRY 8 13


COUNTRY


SUBSISTENCE








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 4

AFRICA REPORT


1985. [SOURCE: 1]
SPECIAL ISSUE: THE END OF THE U.N. DECADE: WHAT ADVANCES FOR
AFRICAN WOMEN?


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
POLICY
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
UN DECADE

RURAL DEVELOPMENT


AFRICA REPORT


AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION


ENTRY t 20


1985.
SPECIAL ISSUE: WOMEN.


BEYOND RELIEF 1:2 (JULY)

AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTER FOR WOMEN

1975.
THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT.


[SOURCE: 1]


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY t 21


[SOURCE: 1]


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
ROLE


ECONOMIC BULLETIN FOR AFRICA 11:1: 57-78.

AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTER FOR WOMEN

1976. [SOURCE: 2]
AFRICAN SEMINAR ON THE CHANGING AND CONTEMPORARY ROLE OF WOMEN IN
SOCIETY, ADDIS ABABA, DECEMBER 1-9. AFRICA TRAINING AND RESEARCH
CENTER FOR WOMEN.

ADDIS ABABA: UN ECONOMIC COMMISSION ON AFRICA.

AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTER FOR WOMEN

1981. [SOURCE: 1]
AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTER FOR WOMEN: ITS WORK AND
PROGRAM.


AFRICAN REPORT 26:2: 17-26.


AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTRE FOR WOMEN


1975. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES: SOME
PROFOUND CONTRACTIONS.


ENTRY 1 22


ENTRY I 23


INTERNATIONAL AID
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
EDUCATION


ORGANIZATIONS


ENTRY I 24


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
EXTENSION


AFRICAN STUDIES REVIEW 18:3.


ENTRY 1 19


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 5


AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTRE FOR WOMEN

1978.
WOMEN AS CLIENTELE OF NON-FORMAL EDUCATION.


ENTRY # 25


[SOURCE: 3]


ADDIS ABABA: AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTRE FOR WOMEN.

AFRICAN-AMERICAN INSTITUTE ZIMBABWI
WOMEN'S AFFAIRS
1982. [SOURCE: 3]
RESOURCE GUIDE FOR WOMEN IN SOUTHERN AFRICA. PREPARED FOR THE
CONFERENCE 'WOMEN IN SOUTHERN AFRICA: STRATEGIES FOR CHANGE.'


EXTENSION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EDUCATION


E MINISTRY OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND


SOUTH AFRICA


NEW YORK: AFRICAN-AMERICAN INSTITUTE.

AFRICAN-AMERICAN SCHOLARS COUNCIL


ENTRY # 26


PLANNING
ORGANIZATIONS


ENTRY # 27


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ECONOMICS


1975. (SOURCE: 3]
THE AFRICAN WOMEN IN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT. CONFERENCE
PROCEEDINGS.


WASHINGTON, D.C.: AFRICAN-AMERICAN SCHOLARS COUNCIL.


AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT


JAFFALYN JOHNSON AND ASSOCIATES, INC.


ENTRY # 28


1980. [SOURCE: 2]
AFRICAN WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT. (APPENDICES 1-7: SENEGAL CASAMANCE
VEGETABLE GROWERS, KASSOCKORD, TIVAOUANE; GHANA YWCA DAY CARE
CENTER; SIERRA LEONE GARA CLOTH INDUSTRY; UPPER VOLTA SILKWORM
AND VEGETABLE TANNIN STUDY; INCOME PRODUCING FEASIBILITY STUDY).
WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT.
AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

1975. [SOURCE: 2]
DEVELOPMENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FY 1976-FY 1980, GHANA, VOL. VI.
ANNEX F--WOMEN IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN GHANA. STUDY AND
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT.
AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT


SENEGAL
GHANA
SIERRA LEONE


INCOME GENERATION, WID, W
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 29


GHANA


BIBLIOGRAPHY
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
INTEGRATION

INTERNATIONAL AID


ENTRY # 30


1978.
TRAINING OF WOMEN IN THE SAHEL ORD.


[SOURCE: 2]


EXTENSION
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
EDUCATION


INCOME GENERATION


WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT, OFFICE OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT.


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 6


AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT


1979. (SOURCE: 2]
SENEGAL CEREALS PRODUCTION. PHASE II. PROJECT PAPER EXTRACTS.
UNPUBLISHED REPORT FOR SAID.


SENEGAL


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
INTERNATIONAL AID
PRODUCTION


CEREALS


AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY I 32


1981. (SOURCE: 2]
AFRICA: RWANDA SELECTED STATISTICAL DATA BY SEX. BUREAU FOR
DEVELOPMENT SUPPORT, ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DATA SERVICES DIVISION
OF SAID.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: SAID OFFICE OF DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION
AND UTILIZATION.
AGENDA


1978.
WOMEN IN AFRICA. SPECIAL ISSUE.


[SOURCE: 1]


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


AGENDA 1:2.

AHMED, IFTIKHAR


ENTRY 1 34


1985. [SOURCE: 1]
RURAL WOMEN AND TECHNICAL CHANGE: THEORY, EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS AND
OPERATIONAL PROJECTS.


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
TECHNOLOGY
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
MODERNIZATION


STATISTICS


LABOUR AND SOCIETY 10:3: 289-306.


ENTRY I 35


AKANDE, JADESOLA 0.


1984. (SOURCE: 1]
PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT (NIGERIA). PP. 129-
136. IN ILO, RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND WOMEN IN AFRICA.


NIGERIA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
ORGANIZATIONS
INTEGRATION


GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION.


AKERELE, OLUBANKE


1979.
WOMEN AND THE FISHING INDUSTRY IN LIBERIA.


[SOURCE: 2]


LIBERIA


RURAL DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY 1 36


FISHING
MARKETING


ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA: UN ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFRICA.


ENTRY I 31


RWANDA


STATISTICS
CENSUS
GENDER


ENTRY I 33


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 7


ALLAGHI, FARIDA

1984. [SOURCE: 1]
RURAL WOMEN IN A RESETTLEMENT PROJECT: THE CASE OF THE LIBYAN
ARAB JAMAHIRIYA. PP. 137-146. IN ILO (ED.), RURAL DEVELOPMENT
AND WOMEN IN AFRICA.

GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION.

AMADIUME, IFI

1987. [SOURCE: 1]
MALE DAUGHTERS, FEMALE HUSBANDS. GENDER AND SEX IN AN AFRICAN
SOCIETY.


LONDON: ZED BOOKS.

ANDERSON, MARY B.

1985. [SOURCE: 1]
KENYA: KITUI DISTRICT ARID AND SEMIII-ARID LANDS PROJECT.
PP. 309-326. IN OVERHOLT, ET AL. (EDS.) GENDER ROLES IN
DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS.

WEST HARTFORD, CT: KUMARIAN PRESS.


ANDERSON, MARY B.


1985. (SOURCE: 1]
KENYA: EGERTON COLLEGE. PP. 185-214. IN OVERHOLT, C. ET AL.
(EDS.) GENDER ROLES IN DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS.


KENYA


ENTRY I 37


LIBYA


RESETTLEMENT


ENTRY I 38


NIGERIA


STATUS
GENDER


ENTRY # 39


KENYA


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
IMPACT
GENDER


RESETTLEMENT


ENTRY 1 40


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION
EDUCATION


WEST HARTFORD, CT: KUMARIAN PRESS.

ANONYMOUS

1981.
AFRICAN WOMEN: THE UNEQUAL PARTNERS.


ENTRY # 41


[SOURCE: 1]


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


NEW AFRICAN (LONDON) MAY: 16-20.


ANONYMOUS


ENTRY 1 42


1981. (SOURCE: 4]
THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN FARMING SYSTEMS IN TANZANIA. PRESENTED TO
THE FARMING SYSTEMS AND FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH CONFERENCE,
ARUSHA, APRIL 14-16.


TANZANIA


FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
ROLE


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 8


APTHORPE, RAYMOND

1971. [SOURCE: 1]
SOME EVALUATION PROBLEMS FOR COOPERATIVE STUDIES, WITH SPECIAL
REFERENCE TO PRIMARY COOPERATIVES IN HIGHLAND KENYA. PP. 67-82.
IN WORSLEY, P. (ED.) TWO BLADES OF GRASS.

UK: MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY PRESS.

ARCHER, H.N.

1983. [SOURCE: 3]
INNOVATIVENESS, KNOWLEDGE OF LOCATION, AND CONTACT WITH EXTENSION
AGENTS BY UPLAND RICE SMALLHOLDERS IN SIERRA LEONE. PH.D.
DISSERTATION, LOUISIANA STATE UNIVERSITY, BATON ROUGE, LA.


ARDAYFIO, ELIZABETH


1985. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN AND URBAN MARKETING IN GHANA. PP. 149-152. IN GALLIN, R.S.
AND A. SPRING (EDS.) WOMEN CREATING WEALTH.


WASHINGTON, D.C.: ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT.

ARNFRED, SIGNE

1988. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN IN MOZAMBIQUE: GENDER STRUGGLE AND GENDER POLITICS.


GHANA


ENTRY # 43


KENYA


EVALUATION
COOPERATIVES


ENTRY 1 44


SIERRA LEONE


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION
RICE
SMALL FARMS

FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH


ENTRY t 45


MARKETING


ENTRY 1 46


MOZAMBIQUE


POLITICS
SOCIALISM
ORGANIZATIONS


REVIEW OF AFRICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY 41: 5-16.


ARNOULD, ERIC J.


HENDERSON, HELEN KREIDER


1982. (SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN IN THE NIGER REPUBLIC. CONSORTIUM FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT OFFICE OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT. PRELIMINARY
WORKING PAPER #1.


NIGER


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


TUCSON, AZ: UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA.

ASCROFT, JOSEPH
KARIUKI, JOSEPH
1972.
DOES EXTENSION CREATE POVERTY IN KENYA?


CHEGE, FRED
ET AL.
[SOURCE: 1]


EAST AFRICA JOURNAL 9 (MARCH): 28-33.


ENTRY t 47


KENYA


ENTRY # 48


EXTENSION
POVERTY
IMPACT


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 9


ASHBY, JACOUELINE AL.


EXTENSION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
INTEGRATION


1981. [SOURCE: 1]
NEU MODELS FOR AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EXTENSION: THE NEED TO
INTEGRATE WOMEN. PP. 144-195. IN LEWIS, B.C. (ED.) INVISIBLE
FARMERS.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT, OFFICE OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT.
AYIEKO, MONICA A.

1986. [SOURCE: 4]
INTEGRATION OF WOMEN INTO FSR/EXTENSION FOR FASTER TECHNOLOGY
CHANGE. PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCE ON GENDER ISSUES IN FARMING
SYSTEMS RESEARCH AND EXTENSION, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA-WIA,
GAINESVILLE, FL, FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 1.


ENTRY 1 50


TECHNOLOGY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH


INTEGRATION


BABALOLA, ADEMOLA SOLOMON


1983. [SOURCE: 1]
THE IMPACT OF TOBACCO FARMING ON THE FAMILY STRUCTURE OF IGBOHO
FARMERS: A STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF ECONOMIC CHANGE ON FAMILY
STRUCTURE. M.S. THESIS, DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY,
UNIVERSITY OF IFE.


BABALOLA, S.O.


DENNIS, CAROLYNE


NIGERIA


HOUSEHOLD
PRODUCTION
MODERNIZATION
ECONOMICS


CASH CROPS


ENTRY # 52


1988. [SOURCE: 1]
RETURNS TO WOMEN'S LABOUR IN CASH CROP PRODUCTION: TOBACCO IN
IGBOHO, OYO STATE, NIGERIA. PP. 79-89. IN DAVISON, J. (ED.)
AGRICULTURE, WOMEN, AND LAND: THE AFRICAN EXPERIENCE.


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


BADER, ZINNAT K.


1975. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN, PRIVATE PROPERTY AND PRODUCTION IN BUKOBA. M.A. THESIS,
UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM, DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA.


TANZANIA


NIGERIA


LABOR
PRODUCTION
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


CASH CROPS


ENTRY 1 53


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
PRODUCTION


BADOE, YABA MANGELA


1983.
GAMBIA: RICE AND DEPENDENCY.


[SOURCE: 1]


GAMBIA


RICE
ECONOMICS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


WEST AFRICA: 3454: 2484.


ENTRY # 49


ENTRY # 51


ENTRY t 54


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 10


BADRI, B.


1986. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN, LAND OWNERSHIP AND DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF SUDAN.


SUDAN


AHFAD JOURNAL 3:2: 17-27.


BAGER, TORBEN


1980.
MARKETING COOPERATIVES AND PEASANTS IN KENYA.


[SOURCE: 1]


KENYA


LAND TENURE
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
STATUS


ACCESS TO RESOURCES


ENTRY 1 56


PEASANTS
COOPERATIVES
MARKETING


UPPSALA: SCANDANAVIAN INSTITUTE OF AFRICAN STUDIES, MICHIGAN
STATE UNIVERSITY.
BANGURA, S.J.B.

1980. [SOURCE: 1]
APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT. PROCEEDINGS OF THE
INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY, DELFT,
SEPTEMBER 4-7, 1979.

DELFT, NETHERLANDS: DELFT UNIV. PRESS, SIJTHOFF & NOORDHOFF INT.


BARBIER, JEAN-CLAUDE


ED. 1985. [SOURCE: 1]
FEMMES DUE CAMEROUN. MERES PACIFIQUES, FEMMES REBELLES.


CAMEROON


ENTRY 1 57


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
TECHNOLOGY
INCOME GENERATION


ENTRY 1 58


ROLE
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
HISTORY


PARIS: ORSTROM.


BARGHOUTI, SHAWKI M.


1975. [SOURCE: 2]
REACHING RURAL FAMILIES IN EAST AFRICA. PROGRAMMES FOR BETTER
FAMILY LIVING, REPORT HANDBOOK SERIES, REPORT II.


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


BARNES, CAROLYN


1975.
WOMEN IN KENYA'S RURAL ECONOMY.



KENYA EDUCATION REVIEW 2: 35-46.


[SOURCE: 1]


KENYA


LABOR
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
ECONOMICS


ROLE


ENTRY # 55


KENYA
TANZANIA
UGANDA


ENTRY 1 59


EXTENSION
EDUCATION
METHODOLOGY


HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY 1 60


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 11

BARNES, CAROLYN


1978. [SOURCE: 1]
STRENGTHENING VOLTAIC WOMEN'S ROLES IN DEVELOPMENT. PP. 71-74.
IN PROCEEDINGS INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WOMEN AND FOOD, VOL.
II, UNIV. OF ARIZONA.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT; CONSORTIUM FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
BARNES, CAROLYN

1983. [SOURCE: 1]
DIFFERENTIATION BY SEX AMONG SMALL-SCALE FARMING HOUSEHOLDS IN
KENYA.


BURKINA FASO


EXTENSION
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ROLE


ENTRY # 62


KENYA


ROLE
SMALL FARMS
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


RURAL AFRICANA 15-16: 41-63 (WINTER-SPRING).


BARNES-MCCONNELL, PAT


GODUKA, I.N.


N.D.. [SOURCE: 4]
THE ACQUISITION OF SEX ROLE BEHAVIOR IN SUBSISTENCE FARM FAMILIES
IN NORTHERN MALAWI. OFFICE OF WOMEN IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT,
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, EAST LANSING, MI. UNPUBLISHED DRAFT.


BASSON, PRISCILLA


1982. (SOURCE: 1]
THE DOMESTIC PRODUCTIVITY IN MALI, AND FEMALE-HEADED HOUSEHOLDS
IN RURAL JORDAN.


ECOLOGY OF FOOD AND NUTRITION 12: 75-78.

BAUMANN, HERMANN


1928. [SOURCE: 1]
THE DIVISION OF WORK ACCORDING TO SEX IN AFRICAN HOE CULTURE.


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
SUBSISTENCE


AFRICA 1:3: 289-319.


BAY, EDNA G.D.


ENTRY # 66


ED. 1982. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN AND WORK IN AFRICA, WESTVIEW SPECIAL STUDIES IN AFRICA.


POLICY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
LABOR


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


ENTRY # 61


MALAWI


ENTRY I 63


ROLE
SMALL FARMS
SUBSISTENCE


GENDER


JORDAN
MALI


ENTRY I 64


PRODUCTION
FEMALE HEADS
HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY I 65


COUNTRY


EMPLOYMENT








AFRICA PAGE 12


BEAMAN, A.W.


1983. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN PASTORAL ECONOMY: INCOME MAXIMIZATION
AMONG THE RENDILLE.


NOMADIC PEOPLES 12: 20-25.


BEDRANI, S.


1983.
GOING SLOW WITH PASTORAL COOPERATIVES.


(SOURCE: 1]


ALGERIA


KENYA


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
LIVESTOCK
ROLE


INCOME


ENTRY I 68


COOPERATIVES
LIVESTOCK
SOCIALISM


CERES 16:2: 15-38.

BELLONCLE, G.


1982. [SOURCE: 1]
NON-FORMAL EDUCATION AND FARM COOPERATIVES IN WEST AFRICA.
OCCASIONAL PAPERS, NON-FORMAL EDUCATION INFORMATION CENTER 18.


EAST LANSING, MI: MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY.


BENSON, S.


DUFFIELD, M.


1979. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN'S WORK AND ECONOMIC CHANGE: THE HAUSA IN SUDAN AND NIGERIA.


IDS BULLETIN 10:4: 13-19.


BERGER, IRIS


SUDAN
NIGERIA


ECONOMICS
LABOR
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ENTRY I 71


SOCIAL CHANGE
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


1976. [SOURCE: 4]
WOMEN, RELIGION AND SOCIAL CHANGE: EAST AND CENTRAL AFRICAN
PERSPECTIVES. PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCE ON WOMEN AND
DEVELOPMENT, WELLESLEY COLLEGE, JUNE 2-4.


BERGER, JENNIFER ETTYANG, LINUS
GATARA, TIMOTHY
1975. (SOURCE: 2]
AN EVALUATION OF AN APPROACH TO DEVELOPMENT IN THE SPECIAL RURAL
DEVELOPMENT AREAS THROUGH WOMEN'S LEADERS AND THEIR GROUPS.
PROGRAMMES FOR BETTER FAMILY LIVING REPORT 815.


ENTRY # 72


KENYA


EDUCATION
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
ORGANIZATIONS


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


ENTRY # 67


PLANNING


ENTRY # 69


ORGANIZATIONS
COOPERATIVES
EDUCATION


ENTRY t 70


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


EVALUATION








AFRICA PAGE 13


BERGER, JENNIFER MWANGOI
KELI, ESTHER
EDS. 1975. [SOURCE: 2]
IDEAS THEN ACTION: DEVELOPMENT THROUGH WOMEN'S GROUPS.
PROGRAMMES FOR BETTER FAMILY LIVING REPORT SERIES 122.


LA, MARGARET


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


BERNAL, VICTORIA


1988. [SOURCE: 1]
LOSING GROUND--WOMEN AND AGRICULTURE ON SUDAN'S IRRIGATED
SCHEMES: LESSONS FROM A BLUE NILE VILLAGE. IN J. DAVISON (ED.)
AGRICULTURE, WOMEN, AND LAND: THE AFRICAN EXPERIENCE,
PP 131-156.
BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


BERNAL, VICTORIA


N.D.. [SOURCE: 1]
AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT AND FOOD PRODUCTION ON A SUDANESE
IRRIGATION SCHEME. IN SALEM-MURDOCK, M. AND M. HOROWITZ (EDS.)
ANTHROPOLOGY AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NORTH AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE
EAST. IN PRESS.
BOULDER: WESTVIEW PRESS.


BESHARA, AIDA


SUDAN


SUDAN


IRRIGATION
LABOR
GENDER
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 75


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
FOOD
PRODUCTION
IRRIGATION

RURAL DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY 3 76


1987. [SOURCE: 11
THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT IN EGYPT. PP. 337-343
IN MOMSEN, J.H. AND J.G. TOWNSEND (EDS.) GEOGRAPHY OF GENDER IN
THE THIRD WORLD.


EGYPT


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
MODERNIZATION


ALBANY: STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK PRESS.


BETTLES, F.M.


ENTRY t 77


1980. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN'S ACCESS TO AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICES IN BOTSWANA.
PREPARED FOR FORD FOUNDATION WORKSHOP ON WOMEN IN AGRICULTURAL
PRODUCTION IN EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA, NAIROBI, APRIL 9-11.

GABORONE, BOTSWANA: WOMEN'S EXTENSION UNIT, DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURAL FIELD SERVICES, MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.
BETTLES, F.M.

1981. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMMES AND PLANNING.
SEMINAR ON WOMEN'S INVOLVEMENT IN NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING,
JANUARY 19-21, GABORONE, BOTSWANA.

GABORONE, BOTSWANA: WOMEN'S EXTENSION UNIT, DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURAL FIELD SERVICES.


BOTSWANA


EXTENSION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
INTEGRATION


ENTRY # 78


BOTSWANA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
PLANNING
EXTENSION


INTEGRATION


KENYA


ENTRY t 73


ORGANIZATIONS
EXTENSION


ENTRY 3 74


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 14


BISILLIAT, J.

1978. [SOURCE: 2]
THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THE ONCHOCERCIASIS PROGRAMME AREA.



ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


BLACK-MICHAUD, A.


SIMELANE, F.


1982. [SOURCE: 3]
SMALL FARMS IN THE CENTRAL RDA. MALKE RNS RESEARCH STUDIES NO. 1.
REPORT OF THE RESEARCH DIVISION OF THE MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE
AND COOPERATIVES, SWAZILAND.

MBABNE, SWAZILAND: RESEARCH DIVISION, MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.


BLACK-MICHAUD, ANDREE


1981. [SOURCE: 4]
HOMESTEADS VERSUS HOUSEHOLDS WHEN COLLECTING SOCIO-ECONOMIC DATA.


MALKERNS, SWAZILAND: MALKERNS AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH STATION.

BLEIBERG, F.M. BRUN, T.A.
GOIHMAN, S. GOUBA, E.
1980. [SOURCE: 1]
DURATION OF ACTIVITIES AND ENERGY EXPENDITURE OF FEMALE FARMERS
IN DRY AND RAINY SEASONS IN UPPER VOLTA.


SWAZILAND


SWAZILAND


HOUSEHOLD
SMALL FARMS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
STATISTICS


LABOR


ENTRY t 81


METHODOLOGY
HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY f 82


BURKINA FASO


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
LABOR
NUTRITION


BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION 43: 71-82.


BLEIBURG, FANNY M. BRUN, THIERRY
GOIHMAN, A. GOUBA, EMILE
1980. (SOURCE: 1]
DURATION OF ACTIVITIES AND ENERGY EXPENDITURE OF FEMALE FARMERS
IN DRY AND RAINY SEASONS IN UPPER VOLTA.


BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION 43:1: 71-82.


BLEIBURG, FANNY M., THIERRY A. BRUN,
S. GOIHMAN, AND D. LIPPMAN
1981. [SOURCE: 1] BURKINA FASO
FOOD INTAKE AND ENERGY EXPENDITURE OF MALE AND FEMALE FARMERS
FROM UPPER VOLTA.


BURKINA FASO


ENTRY 1 83


METHODOLOGY
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
ROLE
TIME ALLOCATION


ENERGY


ENTRY I 84


TIME ALLOCATION
ROLE
ENERGY


BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION 45:3: 505-515.


ENTRY 1 79


ROLE
HEALTH


ENTRY I 80


FOOD


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 15

BLOOM, GRETCHEN


1989. [SOURCE: 1]
HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY-BASED CARE: A CHANCE FOR
WOMEN IN KENYA. PP. 39-42. IN GALLIN, R.S. & A. SPRING (EDS.)
WOMEN CREATING WEALTH.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT.


BOCHET, J.J.


1972. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN AND RURAL INSTITUTIONS. PAPER FOR FAO/ECA/SIDA SEMINAR ON
HOME ECONOMICS DEVELOPMENT PLANNING FOR ENGLISH-SPEAKING
COUNTRIES IN AFRICA, ADDIS ABABA.


KENYA


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
HEALTH


ENTRY # 86


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
HOME ECONOMICS
ORGANIZATIONS


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


BOND, CAROL A.


1974.
WOMEN'S INVOLVEMENT IN AGRICULTURE IN BOTSWANA.


[SOURCE: 2]


WASHINGTON, D.C.: OFFICE OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT, SAID.
GABORONE: BOTSWANA MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.
BOND, CAROL A.

1977. [SOURCE: 3]
DISCUSSION PAPER ON AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FOR WOMEN.


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
INTEGRATION


ENTRY t 88


BOTSWANA


EXTENSION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


GABORONE, BOTSWANA: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.


BOND, CAROL A.


1977. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN'S INVOLVEMENT IN THE INTEGRATED FARMING PROJECT.


BOTSWANA


GABORONE, BOTSWANA: DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL FIELD SERVICES,
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.
BOULDING, ELISE

1975. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN, BREAD AND BABIES: DIRECTING AID TO FIFTH WORLD FARMERS.
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S YEAR STUDIES ON WOMEN PAPER NO. 4.


BOULDER, CO: INSTITUTE OF BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE, UNIVERSITY OF
COLORADO.


FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
INTEGRATION


ENTRY # 90


INTERNATIONAL AID
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY # 85


ENTRY # 87


ENTRY 1 89








AFRICA PAGE 16


BRABIN, L.

1984. [SOURCE: 1]
POLYGYNY: AN INDICATOR OF NUTRITIONAL STRESS IN AFRICAN
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES?


AFRICA 54:1: 31-45.

BRAIN, JAMES L.

1876. [SOURCE: 1]
LESS THAN SECOND CLASS: WOMEN IN RURAL SETTLEMENT SCHEMES IN
TANZANIA. PP. 265-284. IN HAFKIN, N.J. AND E.G. BAY (EDS.) WOMEN
IN AFRICA.

STANFORD, CA: STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS.

BRAIN, JAMES L.

1975. [SOURCE: 1]
THE POSITION OF WOMEN ON RURAL DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES IN TANZANIA.


ENTRY 8 91


NUTRITION
HOUSEHOLD
FAMILY


ENTRY # 92


TANZANIA


RESETTLEMENT
SOCIALISM
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY 1 93


TANZANIA


SOCIALISM
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


UFUHAMA 6:1: 40-59.


ANTHONIO, Q.B.O.


1973. (SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN CO-OPERATIVE IN THE WESTERN STATE OF NIGERIA.



BULLETIN OF RURAL ECONOMICS AND SOCIOLOGY 8:1: 7-36.

BRAUN, ARMELLE

1978. [SOURCE: 1]
ESCAPE FROM THE PASSIVE PAST: A NEW ROLE FOR WOMEN IN SENEGAL.


NIGERIA


COOPERATIVES
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY 1 95


SENEGAL


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
ROLE
HISTORY


CERES 11: 4.

BROOKS, GEORGE E., JR.


1976. [SOURCE: 1]
THE SIGNARES OF SAINT LOUIS AND GOREE: WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS IN
18TH CENTURY SENEGAL. PP. 19-44. IN HAFKIN, N.J. AND E.G. BAY
(EDS.) WOMEN IN AFRICA.


STANFORD, CA: STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS.


BRANT, J.P.


INTEGRATION


ENTRY # 94


SENEGAL


ENTRY t 96


HISTORY
MARKETING


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 17

BROWN, BARBARA B.


1980.
WOMEN'S ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT IN BOTSWANA.


[SOURCE: 3]


BOTSWANA


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ROLE


GABARONE, BOTSWANA: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.


BROWN, BARBARA B.


ENTRY # 98


1980. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN, MIGRANT LABOR AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN BOTSWANA. AFRICAN
STUDIES CENTER WORKING PAPERS 141.


BOSTON: BOSTON UNIVERSITY.


BROWN, BARBARA B.


1983. (SOURCE: 1]
IMPACT OF MALE LABOUR MIGRATION ON WOMEN IN BOTSWANA.


BOTSWANA


BOTSWANA


MIGRATION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
LABOR


SOCIAL CHANGE


ENTRY 8 99


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
MIGRATION
LABOR


AFRICA AFFAIRS 82: 367-388.


BROWN, COLEEN ISHAK, YELDEZ
ELOTOBSHY, ZENAB HASSAN, NAIMA
1986. [SOURCE: 4]
PARTICIPATION AND TRAINING OF EGYPTIAN FARM WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE.
PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCE ON GENDER ISSUES IN FARMING SYSTEMS
RESEARCH AND EXTENSION, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA-WIA, GAINESVILLE,
FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 1.


BRUCHHAUS, E.M.


1979.
DEVELOPMENT FOR WOMEN--BY WOMEN.


[SOURCE: 1]


BURKINA FASO
MALI


DEVELOPMENT AND COOPERATION 2: 17-19.


ENTRY # 100


EGYPT


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EDUCATION
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


INTEGRATION


ENTRY # 101


COOPERATIVES
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ORGANIZATIONS


INTERNATIONAL AID


BRYCESON, D.F.


KIRIMBAI, M.


EDS. 1980.
SUBSISTENCE OR BEYOND? MONEY-EARNING ACTIVITIES
TANZANIA. BRALUP RESEARCH REPORT 145.


[SOURCE: 3)
OF WOMEN IN RURAL


TANZANIA


SUBSISTENCE
INCOME GENERATION
LABOR


DAR ES SALAAM: UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM, BUREAU OF RESOURCE
ASSESSMENT AND LAND USE PLANNING.


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY # 97


ENTRY # 102


INCOME








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 18

BRYCESON, D.F.


1978. [SOURCE: 3]
THE CHANGING ROLE OF TANZANIAN WOMEN IN PRODUCTION: FROM
PEASANTS TO PROLETARIANS. BRALUP SERVICE PAPER 78/5.


DAR ES SALAAM: UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM, BUREAU OF RESOURCE
ASSESSMENT AND LAND USE PLANNING.
BRYCESON, DEBORAH


1980.
THE PROLETARIANIZATION OF TANZANIAN WOMEN.


REVIEW OF AFRICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY 14: 4-27.

BRYCESON, DEBORAH

1980. [S5
THE CHANGING ROLE OF TANZANIAN WOMEN IN PRODUCTION.


[SOURCE: 1]


TANZANIA









TANZANIA


PROLETARIANIZATION
LAND TENURE
MODERNIZATION


PEASANTS

ENTRY I 104

PROLETARIANIZATION
MODERNIZATION
LABOR


EMPLOYMENT


MBILINYI, MARJORIE


SOURCE: 1]


TANZANIA


ENTRY 1 105


PRODUCTION
SOCIALISM
HISTORY


JIPIMOYO 2: 85-116.

BRYSON, JUDY C.


1976.
WOMEN IN GHANAIAN DEVELOPMENT.


[SOURCE: 2]


GHANA


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ACCRA, GHANA: SAID MISSION TO GHANA.

BRYSON, JUDY C.


1978. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN IN GHANIAN DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS. IN PROCEEDINGS OF THE
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON WOMEN AND FOOD, UNIVERSITY OF
ARIZONA, JANUARY, 1978.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT. TUSCOZ: CONSORTIUM FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
BRYSON, JUDY C.


1979.
WOMEN AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN CAMEROON.


[SOURCE: 2]


GHANA


CAMEROON


INTEGRATION
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
SMALL FARMS


RURAL DEVELOPMENT

ENTRY 1 108

LABOR
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
EMPLOYMENT
ECONOMICS


WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
DEVELOPMENT, OFFICE OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT.


MBILINYI, M.


ENTRY t 103


ENTRY t 106


ENTRY 1 107


COUNTRY








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 19

BRYSON, JUDY C.


1981. (SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN AND AGRICULTURE IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: IMPLICATIONS FOR
DEVELOPMENT (AN EXPLORATORY STUDY).


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES 17:2: 29-46.


BUKH, JETTE


1977. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN IN FOOD PRODUCTION, FOOD HANDLING AND NUTRITION: STRUCTURAL
TRANSFORMATION, PAUPERIZATION AND THE ROLE OF WOMEN, A CASE STUDY
FROM GHANA.

COPENHAGEN: CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH.

BUKH, JETTE


1979.
THE VILLAGE WOMAN IN GHANA.


[SOURCE: 1]


GHANA


ENTRY # 110


MODERNIZATION
PRODUCTION
FOOD
NUTRITION


ENTRY I 111


GHANA


ROLE
STATUS


UPPSALA: SCANDINAVIAN INSTITUTE OF AFRICAN STUDIES.

BUKH, JETTE


ENTRY # 112


1980. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN IN SUBSISTENCE PRODUCTION IN GHANA. PP. 18-20. IN WOMEN IN
RURAL DEVELOPMENT, CRITICAL ISSUES.


GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION.


GHANA


HISTORY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


SUBSISTENCE


ENTRY 1 113


BULOW, D. VON


1983. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN'S CONTRIBUTION TO DEVELOPMENT AND THE EFFECTS OF RURAL
CHANGE ON WOMEN AND THEIR ROLE IN PRODUCTION AND REPRODUCTION.
WOMEN IN AFRICA.

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK: CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH.


REPRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
PRODUCTION


IMPACT


HORENSTEIN, NADINE R.


1985. [SOURCE: 1]
SEX ROLES IN THE NIGERIAN TIV FARM HOUSEHOLD. WOMEN'S ROLES AND
GENDER DIFFERENCES IN DEVELOPMENT, CASE STUDIES SERIES #2.


NIGERIA


WEST HARTFORD, CT: KUMARIAN PRESS.


ENTRY 1 114


HOUSEHOLD
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
GENDER


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 109


BURFISHER, MARY E.


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 20

BURFISHER, MARY E.


COUNTRY


HORENSTEIN, NADINE R.


1985. [SOURCE: 1]
SEX ROLES AND DEVELOPMENT EFFECTS ON THE NIGERIAN TIV FARM
HOUSEHOLD.


NIGERIA


RURAL AFRICANA 21 (WINTER): 31-49.


BUSH, R.


CLIFFE, L.


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ENTRY t 116


1984. ISOURCE: 1]
AGRARIAN POLICY IN MIGRANT LABOR SOCIETIES: REFORM OR
TRANSFORMATION IN ZIMBABWE?


REVIEW OF AFRICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY 29: 77-94.

BUTLER, LORNA MICHAEL

1976. [SOURCE: 3]
BASES OF WOMEN'S INFLUENCE IN THE RURAL MALAWIAN DOMESTIC GROUP.
PH.D. DISSERTATION, WASHINGTON STATE UNIVERSITY.





BUTLER, LORNA MICHAEL

1982. [SOURCE: 3]
REVIEW OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL DOCUMENTS AND ANNOTATED
BIBLIOGRAPHY. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH TECHNICAL INFORMATION
REPORT.

MASERU, LESOTHO: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.

BUTLER, LORNA MICHAEL

1983. [SOURCE: 4]
LESOTHO FARMING SYSTEMS: A CLOSER LOOK AT WOMEN FARM MANAGERS AND
THE PROBLEMS OF SUBSISTENCE PRODUCTION. PRESENTED AT THE 11TH
INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF ANTHROPOLOGICAL AND ETHNOLOGICAL
SCIENCES, VANCOUVER, CANADA, AUGUST 21.


ZIMBABWE


AGRARIAN REFORM
POLICY
LABOR


MIGRATION


ENTRY 1 117


MALAWI


HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY I 118


LESOTHO


BIBLIOGRAPHY


ENTRY t 119


LESOTHO


SUBSISTENCE
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH


CALLEAR, DIANA


1982. [SOURCE: 2]
THE SOCIAL AND CULTURAL FACTORS INVOLVED IN PRODUCTION BY SMALL
FARMERS IN WEDZA COMMUNAL AREA, ZIMBABWE, OF MAIZE AND ITS
MARKETING. UNESCO, DIVISION FOR THE STUDY OF DEVELOPMENT REPORTS/
STUDIES 117.
PARIS: UNESCO, DIVISION FOR THE STUDY OF DEVELOPMENT.


ZIMBABWE


PRODUCTION
MARKETING
SMALL FARMS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

RURAL DEVELOPMENT


KEYWORDS


ENTRY I 115


IMPACT
INCOME
LABOR
ROLE


ENTRY t 120








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 21

CALLEAR, DIANA


1983. (SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN AND COARSE GRAIN PRODUCTION IN AFRICA. PRESENTED TO THE
EXPERT CONSULTATION ON WOMEN IN FOOD PRODUCTION, FAO, ROME,
DECEMBER (ESH:WIFP/83/14 OCT.).


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.

CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY


198_. (SOURCE: 2)
INTEGRATION OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT. FACT SHEETS FOR: BOTSWANA,
IVORY COAST, KENYA, LESOTHO, ZAIRE, ZAMBIA.


ZAIRE
IVORY COAST
BOTSWANA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
PRODUCTION
FOOD
EVALUATION

RURAL DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY # 122


INTEGRATION
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


QUEBEC: CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY.


CANADIAN JOURNAL OF AFRICAN STUDIES


1972. (SOURCE: 1]
THE ROLES OF AFRICAN WOMEN: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE. SPECIAL
ISSUE.


ROLE
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
STATUS


CANADIAN JOURNAL OF AFRICAN STUDIES 6:2.


CAPLAN, PAT


ENTRY t 124


1981. [SOURCE: 1)
DEVELOPMENT POLICIES IN TANZANIA--SOME IMPLICATIONS FOR WOMEN.


TANZANIA


POLICY
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
IMPACT


THE JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES 17:3: 98-108.


CARLISLE, ROXANA CONNICK


ENTRY # 125


1978. (SOURCE: 2)
ADVISORY MISSION REPORT ON THE INTEGRATION OF WOMEN IN RURAL
DEVELOPMENT, NORTHERN REGION, GHANA.


QUEBEC: CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY.


CARLONI, F.


GHANA


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
INTEGRATION


INTERNATIONAL AID


HORENSTEIN, NADINE R.


ENTRY 3 126


1985. [SOURCE: 4]
EVALUATION OF THE ARID AND SEMI-ARID LANDS PROJECTS (ASAL.)
PREPARED FOR THE CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT INFORMATION AND
EVALUATION. UNPUBLISHED.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT.


KENYA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EVALUATION
AID


WATER


ENTRY # 121


ENTRY I 123


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 22


CARNEY, JUDITH A.

1988. (SOURCE: 1]
STRUGGLES OVER LAND AND CROPS IN AN IRRIGATED RICE SCHEME: THE
GAMBIA. PP. 59-78. IN DAVISON, J. (ED.) AGRICULTURE, WOMEN, AND
LAND: THE AFRICAN EXPERIENCE.


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


CARR, MARILYN


ACCESS TO RESOURCES


ENTRY t 128


1976. (SOURCE: 1]
RURAL WOMEN, RURAL TECHNOLOGY AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT.


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
TECHNOLOGY
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


POPULI 3:4: 44-50.

CARR, MARILYN


1978.
APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY FOR AFRICAN WOMEN.


ENTRY I 129


TECHNOLOGY
EVALUATION


[SOURCE: 2]


ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA: AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTER FOR
WOMEN, UN ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFRICA.
CARR, MARILYN

1980. [SOURCE: 2]
TECHNOLOGY AND RURAL WOMEN IN AFRICA. WORLD EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMME
RESEARCH WORKING PAPERS 161.


ENTRY 1 130


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
TECHNOLOGY


GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE.


CARR, MARILYN


ENTRY 1 131


1982. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN AND APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY: TWO ESSAYS. INTERMEDIATE
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT GROUP OCCASIONAL PAPER 15.


CARTER, JEANETTE


MENDS-COLE, JOYCE


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
TECHNOLOGY


ENTRY 1 132


1982.
LIBERIAN WOMEN: THEIR ROLE IN FOOD PRODUCTION
EDUCATIONAL AND LEGAL STATUS.


[SOURCE: 2]
AND THEIR


MONROVIA: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND
UNIVERSITY OF LIBERIA.


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


GAMBIA


ENTRY 127


IRRIGATION
RICE
PRODUCTION
LAND TENURE


LIBERIA


STATUS
LAW
EDUCATION
ROLE


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 23

CASHMAN, KRISTIN


1986. [SOURCE: 4]
THE BENEFITS OF ALLEY FARMING FOR THE AFRICAN FARMER AND HER
HOUSEHOLD. PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCE ON GENDER ISSUES IN
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH AND EXTENSION, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA-
WIA, GAINESVILLE, FL, FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 1.


CAUGHMAN, SUSAN


1981. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN AT WORK IN MALI: THE CASE OF THE MARKALA COOPERATIVE.
AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER WORKING PAPERS 150.


AGROFORESTRY
HOUSEHOLD
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


FEMALE HEADS


ENTRY # 134


COOPERATIVES
LABOR


BOSTON, MA: BOSTON UNIVERSITY.


CAUGHMAN, SUSAN


N'DIAYE THIAM, MIRIAM


ENTRY 1 135


1982. (SOURCE: 1]
THE MARKALA COOPERATIVE: A NEW APPROACH TO TRADITIONAL ECONOMIC
ROLES. SEEDS #5.


NEW YORK: CARNEGIE CORPORATION, FORD FOUNDATION, OXFAM-AMERICA,
THE POPULATION COUNCIL, USAID/OWID.
CEESAY-MARENAH, COUMBA

1982. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN'S COOPERATIVE THRIFT AND CREDIT SOCIETIES: AN ELEMENT OF
WOMEN'S PROGRAMS IN THE GAMBIA. PP. 289-295. IN BAY, E.G. (ED.)
WOMEN AND WORK IN AFRICA.


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


CHAMBERS, ROBERT


MORIS, JON


EDS. 1973. (SOURCE: 1]
MWEA: AN IRRIGATED RICE SETTLEMENT IN CENTRAL KENYA.



MUNICH: WELTFORUMVERLAG AFRIKASTUDIEN.


CHAN, S.


1983. (SOURCE: 1]
YOUNG WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA--SOME GENERALLY
UNCONSIDERED CONSIDERATIONS.


KENYA


IMPACT
RICE
RESETTLEMENT
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT

HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY # 138


IMPACT
EDUCATION
EMPLOYMENT


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT JOURNAL 18:3: 257-262.


ENTRY # 133


COOPERATIVES


ENTRY I 136


GAMBIA


CREDIT
COOPERATIVES


ENTRY 3 137


COUNTRY


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 24

CHAVANGI, N.A.


HANSEN, ART


1983. (SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN IN LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO
DAIRYING. PRESENTED TO THE EXPERT CONSULTATION ON WOMEN IN FOOD
PRODUCTION, FAO, ROME, DECEMBER (ESH:WIFP/83/10).


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.

CHEATER, ANGELA


1981. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN AND THEIR PARTICIPATION IN COMMERCIAL AGRICULTURAL
PRODUCTION: THE CASE OF MEDIUM-SCALE FREEHOLD IN ZIMBABWE.


DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE 12:3: 349-377.


ZIMBABWE


COMMERCIALIZATION
PRODUCTION
TECHNOLOGY


INTEGRATION


ENTRY I 141


CHIBUANA, C.


1986. [SOURCE: 3]
THE PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN SMALLHOLDER AGRICULTURAL CREDIT
PROGRAMME IN THE NATIONAL RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME.


LILONGWE, MALAWI: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.

CHIKAGWA, I.

1987. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN AND THE SMALLHOLDER AGRICULTURAL CREDIT PROGRAMME IN
MALAWI.


MALAWI


EXTENSION
CREDIT
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


INTEGRATION


ENTRY I 142


MALAWI


EXTENSION
CREDIT
SMALL FARMS
IMPACT


LILONGWE, MALAWI: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.


CHILONGO, G.J.N.


1982. (SOURCE: 1]
ADULT EDUCATION IN AID OF AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT.


ZAMBIA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY t 143


EDUCATION
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


JOURNAL OF ADULT EDUCATION (ZAMBIA UNIVERSITY) 1:1: 34-41.

CHIMEDZA, R.

1986. [SOURCE: 1]
SAVING TOGETHER, SPENDING TOGETHER: ZIMBABWE'S RURAL SAVINGS
CLUBS.


COURIER (EEC) 99: 75-77.


ENTRY # 139


EVALUATION
LIVESTOCK
NUTRITION


ENTRY I 140


ZIMBABWE


ENTRY t 144


CREDIT
COOPERATIVES
EXTENSION


ORGANIZATIONS


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 25


CHIPANDE, G.


1985. (SOURCE: 3]
THE POSITION OF WOMEN IN MALAWI AND THE ROLE OF UNICEF-AIDED
PROJECTS: AN APPRAISAL.


LILONGWE, MALAWI: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.


CHIPANDE, G.


1986. [SOURCE: 3]
SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECTS OF FEMALE-HEADED HOUSEHOLDS AND RURAL
DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE PHALOMBE AREA
OF SOUTHERN MALAWI.


MALAWI


MALAWI


INTERNATIONAL AID
STATUS
ROLE
EVALUATION

INTEGRATION


ENTRY # 146


FEMALE HEADS
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
ECONOMICS
EXTENSION


LILONGWE, MALAWI: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.

CHIPANDE, G.H.R.


1984. [SOURCE: 1]
INNOVATION ADOPTION AMONG FEMALE-HEADED HOUSEHOLDS, THE CASE OF
MALAWI.


dEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE 18.


CHIVUNDA, B.K.


1987. (SOURCE: 4]
THE ROLE AND MEANS OF EXTENSION SERVICES IN ZAMBIA IN ASSISTING
SMALL SCALE FARMERS. PAPER PRESENTED AT SEMINAR ON INCREASED FOOD
PRODUCTION THROUGH LOW COST FOOD TECHNOLOGY.


ZAMBIA


EXTENSION
SMALL FARMS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


IMPACT


CHUTA, ENYINNA


ENTRY I 149


1978. [SOURCE: 3]
THE ECONOMICS OF THE GARA (TIE-DYE) CLOTH INDUSTRY IN SIERRA
LEONE. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS AFRICAN RURAL
ECONOMY PROGRAM WORKING PAPER 125.


EAST LANSING, HI: MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY.

CHUTA, ENYINNA


1980. (SOURCE: 3]
TECHNIQUES OF PRODUCTION, EFFICIENCY AND PROFITABILITY IN THE
SIERRA LEONE CLOTHING INDUSTRY. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL
ECONOMICS AFRICAN RURAL ECONOMY PROGRAM WORKING PAPER 830.


EAST LANSING, MI: MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY.


ENTRY I 145


IMPACT


MALAWI


ENTRY # 147


FEMALE HEADS
HOUSEHOLD
TECHNOLOGY
IMPACT


EXTENSION


ENTRY 1 148


SIERRA LEONE


CRAFTS
INDUSTRY


ENTRY # 150


CRAFTS
INDUSTRY


SIERRA LEONE


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 26

CIPARISSE, GERARD


1978. [SOURCE: 1]
AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL APPROACH TO SOCIOECONOMIC FACTORS OF
DEVELOPMENT: THE CASE OF ZAIRE.


CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 19: 37-41.


CLARK, BARBARA A.


1975.
THE WORK DONE BY RURAL WOMEN IN MALAWI.


[SOURCE: 1]


MALAWI


EASTERN AFRICAN JOURNAL OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT 8:2: 80-91.


CLARK, GARCIA


ZAIRE


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
HOUSEHOLD
THEORY
ECONOMICS


RURAL DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY # 152


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
HOUSEHOLD
ROLE


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ENTRY 1 153


1985.
FIGHTING THE AFRICAN FOOD CRISIS: WOMEN FOOD
WORKERS.


[SOURCE: 2]
FARMERS AND FOOD


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION
HUNGER
IMPACT


NEW YORK: UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT FUND FOR WOMEN.

CLARK, MARIA H.

1984. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMAN-HEADED HOUSEHOLDS AND POVERTY: INSIGHTS FROM KENYA.


SIGNS: JOURNAL OF WOMEN IN CULTURE AND SOCIETY: 10:2: 19-26.


LABOR


ENTRY 1 154


KENYA


FEMALE HEADS
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
POVERTY


STATUS


ENTRY 1 155


CLARK, MARI H.


1985. [SOURCE: 2]
HOUSEHOLD ECONOMIC STRATEGIES AND SUPPORT NETWORKS OF THE POOR IN
KENYA. A LITERATURE REVIEW.


WASHINGTON, D.C.: WORLD BANK, WATER SUPPLY AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
DEPARTMENT.
CLARKE, CAROLYN M.

1980. [SOURCE: 1]
LAND AND FOOD, WOMEN AND POWER, IN NINETEENTH CENTURY KIKUYA.


KENYA


HOME ECONOMICS
HOUSEHOLD
POVERTY


ENTRY t 156


KENYA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
FOOD
HISTORY


AFRICA 50:4: 357-369.


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY # 151


LAND TENURE








AFRICA PAGE 27


CLARKE, J.


1978. (SOURCE: 31
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION IN A RURAL YORUBA COMMUNITY. PH.D.
DISSERTATION, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.


CLEAVE, J.H.


1974. [SOURCE: 1]
AFRICAN FARMERS: LABOR USE IN DEVELOPMENT OF SMALLHOLDER
AGRICULTURE.


NIGERIA


PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
LABOR


ENTRY # 158


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
SMALL FARMS
LABOR


NEW YORK: PRAEGER PUBLISHERS.

CLOUD, KATHLEEN


1978. [SOURCE: 1]
SEX ROLES IN FOOD PRODUCTION AND FOOD DISTRIBUTION IN THE SAHEL.
PPL 62-89. IN COWAN (ED.) PROCEEDINGS OF THE INTERNATIONAL
CONFERENCE ON WOMEN AND FOOD, TUCSON, ARIZONA, JANUARY 8-11.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT. TUSCON: CONSORTIUM FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
CLOUD, KATHLEEN

1986. [SOURCE: 1]
SEX ROLES IN FOOD PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS IN THE
SAHEL. PP. 19-49. IN CREEVEY, L.C. (ED.) WOMEN FARMERS IN AFRICA.


SYRACUSE, NY: SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY PRESS.


CLOUD, KATHLEEN


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
GENDER
PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

LIVESTOCK

ENTRY 3 160

WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
PRODUCTION
GENDER
FOOD

SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


KNOWLES, JANE B.


1988. [SOURCE: 1]
WHERE CAN WE GO FROM HERE? RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ACTION. PP.
250-264 IN DAVISON, J. (ED.) AGRICULTURE, WOMEN, AND LAND: THE
AFRICAN EXPERIENCE.


ENTRY I 161


LAND TENURE
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
POLICY


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


COBBE, J.


ENTRY # 162


1982. [SOURCE: 3]
LABOUR-RELATED ASPECTS OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN LESOTHO. INSTITUTE
OF LABOUR STUDIES DISCUSSION PAPER 16, NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF
LESOTHO.


LESOTHO


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
MIGRATION
LABOR


MASERU, LESOTHO: NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF LESOTHO.


ENTRY # 157


ENTRY 1 159


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY


POLICY








AFRICA PAGE 28


CONTADO, T.E.


1986. [SOURCE: 4]
FOOD PRODUCTION, THE SMALL FARMERS AND AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION IN
AFRICA. PREPARED FOR THE EXPERT CONSULTATION ON IMPROVING
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION TO INCREASE FOOD PRODUCTION IN AFRICA,
FAO, ARUSHA, TANZANIA, OCT. 6-10.


CONTI, ANNA


1980. [SOURCE: 1]
CAPITALIST ORGANIZATION OF PRODUCTION THROUGH NON-CAPITALIST
RELATIONS: WOMEN'S ROLE IN A PILOT RESETTLEMENT IN UPPER VOLTA.


BURKINA FASO


EXTENSION
SMALL FARMS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


PRODUCTION


ENTRY 1 164


ECONOMICS
ROLE
CAPITALISM
PRODUCTION


REVIEW OF AFRICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY 15:5: 75-91.


FRANKENBERGER, TIMOTHY


COUGHENOR, C. MILTON
SKARTVEDT, ELIZABETH


N.D.. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN FARMERS IN RURAL SETTLEMENTS IN NORTH KORDOFAN, SUCAN.


SUDAN


RESETTLEMENT

ENTRY 1 165

WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


THE AHFAD JOURNAL (FORTHCOMING).


COUGHENOR, C. MILTON


NAGHAT, SAADI M.


1981. (SOURCE: 3]
RECENT CHANGES IN VILLAGES AND RAINFED AGRICULTURE IN NORTH
CENTRAL KORDOFAN: COMMUNICATION PROCESS AND CONSTRAINTS. INTER.
SORGHUM/MILLET COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH SUPPORT PROGRAM (CRSP).

LINCOLN, NB: INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE AND NATURAL RESOURCES,
UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA.
COUGHENOR, C. MILTON NAGHAT, Si

N.D.. [SOURCE: 1]
THE PROCESS OF AGRICULTURAL CHANGE AMONG WOMEN FARMERS OF NORTH
KORDOFAN, SUDAN.


SUDAN


AADI M.


SUDAN


FOOD
EXTENSION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH


ENTRY 1 167


IMPACT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


THE AHFAD JOURNAL (FORTHCOMING).


CREATIVE ASSOCIATES, INC.


1980. (SOURCE: 3]
PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROCESS: A
SUGGESTED STRATEGY FOR THE AFRICA BUREAU. AID/AFE-C-1580.


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
INTEGRATION
INTERNATIONAL AID


WASHINGTON, D.C.: CREATIVE ASSOCIATES, INC.


ENTRY # 163


ENTRY 1 166


ENTRY 1 168


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


POLICY








AFRICA PAGE 29

CREEVEY, LUCY C.


ED. 1986. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN FARMERS IN AFRICA. RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN MALI AND THE SAHEL.



SYRACUSE: SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY PRESS.


EXTENSION
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

ENERGY


CREEVEY, LUCY E.


ROLE
WOMEN


1986. (SOURCE: 1]
THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN MALIAN AGRICULTURE. PP. 51-66. IN CREEVEY,
L.C. (ED.) WOMEN FARMERS IN AFRICA. RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN MALI AND
THE SAHEL.


SYRACUSE: SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

CREHAM, K.


1983. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT IN NORTH WEST ZAMBIA: FROM PRODUCER TO
HOUSEWIFE. IN REVIEW OF AFRICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY.


ZAMBIA


ENTRY 8 170


IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 171


EXTENSION
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


BALTIMORE: ALTERNATIVE PRESS.


CREHAN, KATE


1984. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT IN NORTHWESTERN ZAMBIA: FROM PRODUCER TO
HOUSEWIFE.


ZAMBIA


IMPACT
PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


REVIEW OF AFRICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY 27/28: 51-66.

CURRENS, G.E.


ENTRY # 173


1976. (SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN, MEN AND RICE: AGRICULTURAL INNOVATIONS IN NORTHWESTERN
LIBERIA.


LIBERIA


HUMAN ORGANIZATION 35:4: 355-365.


CUTRUFELLI, MARIA ROSA


1983.
WOMEN OF AFRICA: ROOTS OF OPPRESSION.


[SOURCE: 1]


IMPACT
RICE
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
PRODUCTION

WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 174


HISTORY
LABOR
CLASS


POLITICS


LONDON: ZED PRESS.


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY # 169


ENTRY 8 172








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 30

DACHEY, MICHELLE


1980. [SOURCE: 2]
LA FEMME CAMEROUNAISE ET LE DEVELOPPEMENT: BIBLIOGRAPHIE.



ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA: AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTER FOR
WOMEN.
DACKEY, M.

1981. [SOURCE: 2]
LA FEMME CAMEROUNAISE ET LE DEVELOPPEMENT: BIBLIOGRAPHIE.
BIBLIOGRAPHY SERIES NO. 3.


ADDIS ABABA: UNITED NATIONS, AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH
CENTRE FOR WOMEN.
DATE-BAH, EUGENIA

1984. [SOURCE: 11
RURAL WOMEN, THEIR ACTIVITIES AND TECHNOLOGY IN GHANA: AN
OVERVIEW. PP. 89-98. IN ILO (ED.) RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND WOMEN IN
AFRICA.


CAMEROON









CAMEROON


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
BIBLIOGRAPHY
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

ENTRY 1 176


BIBLIOGRAPHY
STATUS
LAW
HEALTH


EDUCATION


ENTRY 1 177


GHANA


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
TECHNOLOGY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION.


STEVENS, YVETTE


1981. [SOURCE: 1]
RURAL WOMEN IN AFRICA AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE: SOME ISSUES.


ENTRY t 178


TECHNOLOGY
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


LABOUR AND SOCIETIES 6: 149-162.


DAVIS, S.S.


1980. [SOURCE: 3)
FORMAL AND NONFORMAL ROLES OF MOROCCAN VILLAGE WOMEN. PH.D.
DISSERTATION, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.


DAVISON, JEAN


ENTRY # 179


MOROCCO


ENTRY t 180


1987. [SOURCE: 1]
WITHOUT LAND WE ARE NOTHING--THE EFFECT OF LAND TENURE POLICIES
AND PRACTICES UPON RURAL WOMEN IN KENYA.


KENYA


LAND TENURE
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
POLICY


RURAL AFRICANA 27: 19-33.


ENTRY t 175


DATE-BAH, EUGENIA


COUNTRY


PRODUCTION








COUNTRY


AFRICA PAGE 31

DAVISON, JEAN


ED. 1988. [SOURCE: 1)
AGRICULTURE, WOMEN, AND LAND: THE AFRICAN EXPERIENCE.


GUINEA-BISSAU
GAMBIA
NIGERIA


HOUSEHOLD
FOOD
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
LAND TENURE


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.

DAVISON, JEAN


1988. [SOURCE: 1]
LAND AND WOMEN'S AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION: THE CONTEXT. PP. 1-32.
IN DAVISON, J. (ED.) AGRICULTURE, WOMEN, AND LAND: THE AFRICAN
EXPERIENCE.


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


DAVISON, JEAN


1988. [SOURCE: 1]
WHO OWNS WHAT? LAND REGISTRATION AND TENSIONS IN GENDER
RELATIONS OF PRODUCTION IN KENYA. IN J. DAVISON (ED.)
AGRICULTURE, WOMEN, AND LAND: THE AFRICAN EXPERIENCE, PP 157-176.


KENYA


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


LAND TENURE
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
ACCESS TO RESOURCES
PRODUCTION


ORGANIZATIONS


ENTRY t 183


LAND TENURE
ACCESS TO RESOURCES
GENDER


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


DAVISON, JEAN


ENTRY 1 184


1988. (SOURCE: 1]
LAND REDISTRIBUTION IN MOZAMBIQUE AND ITS EFFECTS ON WOMEN'S
COLLECTIVE PRODUCTION: CASE STUDIES FROM SOFALA PROVINCE.
PP. 228-249. IN DAVISON, J. (ED.) AGRICULTURE, WOMEN, AND LAND:
THE AFRICAN EXPERIENCE.
BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


MOZAMBIQUE


LAND TENURE
PRODUCTION
ORGANIZATIONS


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


DE GARINE, I.


1978. (SOURCE: 1]
POPULATION, PRODUCTION AND CULTURE IN THE PLAINS SOCIETIES OF
NORTHERN CAMEROON AND CHAD: THE ANTHROPOLOGIST IN DEVELOPMENT
PROJECTS.


CAMEROON
CHAD


CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY 19: 42-65.


PRODUCTION
REPRODUCTION
HOUSEHOLD


POPULATION


DE LEY, MARGO


1985. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN, ON FRENCH-SPEAKING AFRICA: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF
FRENCH LANGUAGE MATERIALS. CURRICULUM GUIDE 19A (ENGLISH
ANNOTATIONS), 19B (FRENCH ANNOTATIONS).

CHAMPAIGN, IL: OFFICE OF WOMEN IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT,
UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS.


ENTRY t 181


GENDER


ENTRY I 182


ENTRY 1 185


ENTRY I 186


BIBLIOGRAPHY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 32

DE WILDE, JOHN


1967. [SOURCE: 1]
EXPERIENCES WITH AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT IN TROPICAL AFRICA.
VOL. I: THE SYNTHESIS.


BALTIMORE: JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS (FOR THE WORLD BANK)


DEBELIAN, L.


PRODUCTION
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY 1 188


1972. (SOURCE: 2]
THE ECONOMIC ROLE OF WOMEN WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON THE
IMPLEMENTATION OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES IN AFRICA.


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
ROLE


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


DEBELIAN, L.


ENTRY 1 189


1973. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN'S LABOUR CONTRIBUTION TOWARDS RURAL DEVELOPMENT.


ADDIS ABABA: UN ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFRICA.


DEDUK, SUSAN


1983. [SOURCE: 4]
WOMEN'S AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION AND POLITICAL ACTION IN THE
NORTHWEST PROVINCE OF CAMEROON. PRESENTED AT AFRICAN STUDIES
ASSOCIATION MEETINGS, LOS ANGELES, OCTOBER 19.


CAMEROON


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
LABOR
GENDER


INTEGRATION


ENTRY # 190


PRODUCTION
POLITICS


DELANCEY, VIRGINIA


1977. [SOURCE: 4]
WOMEN AT THE CAMEROON DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION, HOW THEIR MONEY
WORKS: A STUDY OF SMALL-SCALE ACCUMULATION OF CAPITAL BY WOMEN IN
CAMEROON. PRESENTED AT THE JOINT ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AFRICAN
STUDIES ASSOC. AND LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES ASSOC., HOUSTON.


DELANCEY, VIRGINIA


1981. [SOURCE: 4]
THE ROLE OF CREDIT UNIONS IN DEVELOPMENT FOR WEST AFRICAN WOMEN.
PAPER PRESENTED AT THE 24TH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AFRICAN STUDIES
ASSOCIATION, BLOOMINGTON, INDIANA, OCTOBER 21-24.


CAMEROON


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
CREDIT
INCOME GENERATION


ENTRY I 192


CREDIT
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ORGANIZATIONS


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY 1 187


ENTRY # 191








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 33

DELANCEY, VIRGINIA


1984. (SOURCE: 2]
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION FOR WOMEN IN CAMEROON. PRESENTED AT THE
AFRICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION MEETINGS, LOS ANGELES, OCTOBER.


DENNIS, CAROLYNE


1984. [SOURCE: 1]
CAPITALIST DEVELOPMENT AND WOMEN'S WORK: A NIGERIAN CASE STUDY.


NIGERIA


CAMEROON


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION


ENTRY # 194


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
CAPITALISM
IMPACT


REVIEW OF AFRICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY 27/28: 109-119.


DEVELOPMENT ALTERNATIVES, INC.

1976.
STRENGTHENING WOMEN'S ROLES IN DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT NO. 686-0211.


AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT


(SOURCE: 2]
(UPPER VOLTA).


BURKINA FASO


ENTRY # 195


INCOME GENERATION
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
INTERNATIONAL AID
EXTENSION


WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT, OFFICE OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT.
DEY, JENNIFER

1979. (SOURCE: 2]
THE SOCIOECONOMIC ORGANIZATION OF FARMING IN THE GAMBIA AND ITS
RELEVANCE FOR AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING. AGRICULTURAL
ADMINISTRATION NETWORK PAPERS 17.


TECHNOLOGY


ENTRY I 196


GAMBIA


WASHINGTON, D.C.: OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE.


DEY, JENNIFER


1981. [SOURCE: 1]
GAMBIAN WOMEN: UNEQUAL PARTNERS IN RICE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS?


GAMBIA


FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
PLANNING
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY 1 197


LABOR
RICE
TECHNOLOGY
IMPACT


JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES 17:3: 109-122. WASHINGTON: SAID.


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


DEY, JENNIFER


ENTRY # 198


1983. (SOURCE: 2]
RICE FARMING SYSTEMS--CASE STUDIES OF CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS AND
FUTURE ALTERNATIVES IN UPLAND RICE AND INLAND SWAMP RICE.
PRESENTED AT EXPERT CONSULTATION ON WOMEN IN FOOD PRODUCTION,
FAO, ROME, DECEMBER (ESH:WIFP/83/4 ANNEX 1, SEPTEMBER).
ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


RICE
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 193


LABOR


COUNTRY








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 34

DEY, JENNIFER


1983.
WOMEN IN AFRICAN RICE FARMING SYSTEMS.


(SOURCE: 1]


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
RICE
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH


INTERNATIONAL RICE COMMISSION NEWSLETTER 32: 1-4. FAO.


DEY, JENNIFER


ENTRY t 200


1983. (SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN IN RICE FARMING SYSTEMS WITH A FOCUS ON AFRICA. PRESENTED
AT THE EXPERT CONSULTATION ON WOMEN IN FOOD PRODUCTION, FAO,
ROME, DECEMBER (ESSW:WIFP/83/4/AUGUST).


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


PRODUCTION
RICE
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY 1 201


DEY, JENNIFER


1984. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN IN AFRICAN RICE FARMING SYSTEMS. FOCUS: SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA.



WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE (FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION) 2.

DEY, JENNIFER

1985. (SOURCE: 1,2]
WOMEN IN AFRICAN RICE FARMING SYSTEMS. PP. 419-444. IN IRRI,
WOMEN IN RICE FARMING.


FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
RICE
PRODUCTION


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

ENTRY I 202

WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
RICE
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH


BROOKFIELD, VT: GOWER PUBLISHING CO.


DHAMIJA, JASLEEN


ENTRY 1 203


1984. [SOURCE: 1]
INCOME-GENERATING ACTIVITIES FOR RURAL WOMEN IN AFRICA: SOME
SUCCESSES AND FAILURES. PP. 75-78. IN ILO (ED.) RURAL DEVELOPMENT
AND WOMEN IN AFRICA.


INCOME GENERATION


GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION.


NAGY, JOSEPH G.


1986. [SOURCE: 4]
ACCESS AND CONTROL OF RESOURCES IN THE FARMING SYSTEM: RECENT
LEGAL, POLITICAL AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC CHANGES. PRESENTED AT THE
CONFERENCE ON GENDER ISSUES IN FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH AND
EXTENSION, UNIV. OF FLORIDA-WIA, GAINESVILLE, FEB. 26-MARCH 1.


BURKINA FASO


ENTRY t 204


FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
LAW
POLICY


ENTRY # 199


DIALLO, NELL N.


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 35

DIALLO, SACKO COUMBO


1986. (SOURCE: 1]
IMPROVING WOMEN'S RURAL PRODUCTION THROUGH THE ORGANIZATION OF
COOPERATIVES. PP. 159-166. IN CREEVEY, L.C. (ED.) WOMEN FARMERS
IN AFRICA.


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
COOPERATIVES
PRODUCTION


SYRACUSE, NY: SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY PRESS.


DIXON, RUTH B.


ENTRY # 206


1985. [SOURCE: 1]
SEEING THE INVISIBLE WOMEN IN AFRICA: IMPROVING RESEARCH AND DATA
COLLECTION METHODS. PP. 19-36. IN MONSON, J. AND M. KALB (EDS.)
WOMEN AS FOOD PRODUCERS.

LOS ANGELES: UCLA AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER, AFRICAN STUDIES
ASSOCIATION, OEF INTERNATIONAL.
DORJAHN, VERNON

1977. (SOURCE: 1]
TEMNE HOUSEHOLD SIZE AND COMPOSITION: RURAL CHANGES OVER TIME AND
RURAL URBAN DIFFERENCES.


METHODOLOGY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 207


SIERRA LEONE


PRODUCTION
HOUSEHOLD


ETHNOLOGY 16: 105-127.

DRAPER, PATRICIA


ENTRY t 208


GATHERING
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


1975. (SOURCE: 1]
IKUNG WOMEN: CONTRASTS IN SEXUAL EGALITARIANISM IN FORAGING AND
SEDENTERY CONTEXTS. PP. 77-109. IN REITER, R. (ED.) TOWARD AN
ANTHROPOLOGY OF WOMEN.


NEW YORK: MONTHLY REVIEW PRESS.


DUE, JEAN M.


1978. (SOURCE: 1]
AGRICULTURAL CREDIT IN THE SUDAN. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS STAFF
PAPER.


SUDAN


ENTRY 1 209


CREDIT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION


URBANA, IL: UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS.


DUE, JEAN M.


1980. (SOURCE: 3]
EMPLOYMENT GENERATION IN AFRICA: HOW HAVE FEMALES SHARED?
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS STAFF PAPER.


URBANA, IL: UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS.


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY # 205


ENTRY 1 210


EMPLOYMENT








AFRICA PAGE 36


DUE, JEAN M.


1985. (SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN MADE VISIBLE: THEIR CONTRIBUTIONS TO FARMING SYSTEMS AND
HOUSEHOLD INCOMES IN ZAMBIA AND TANZANIA. PAPER PRESENTED AT AWID
CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., APRIL 25-27.


TANZANIA
ZAMBIA


DUE, JEAN M.


1988. [SOURCE: 1]
INTRA-HOUSEHOLD GENDER ISSUES IN FARMING SYSTEMS IN TANZANIA,
ZAMBIA, AND MALAWI. PP. 331-346. IN POATS, S., M. SCHMINK, AND A.
SPRING (EDS.) GENDER ISSUES IN FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH AND
EXTENSION.
BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


TANZANIA
ZAMBIA
MALAWI


ENTRY 1 211

FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
HOUSEHOLD
INCOME

ROLE

ENTRY 1 212

GENDER
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
HOUSEHOLD


ANANDAJAYAASEKERAM, P.


1982. (SOURCE: 31
WOMEN AND PRODUCTIVITY IN TWO CONTRASTING FARMING AREAS OF
TANZANIA. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS STAFF PAPER 186-E-316.


TANZANIA


PRODUCTIVITY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


URBANA, IL: UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS.


DUE, JEAN M.


MUDENDA, TIMOTHY


1984. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN'S CONTRIBUTION MADE VISIBLE: OF FARM AND MARKET WOMEN TO
FARMING SYSTEMS AND HOUSEHOLD INCOMES IN ZAMBIA, 1982.
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS STAFF PAPER.

URBANA, IL: UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS.

DUE, JEAN M. MUDENDA, T
MILLER, PATRICIA
1983. [SOURCE: 31
HOW DO RURAL WOMEN PERCEIVE DEVELOPMENT? A CASE STUDY IN ZAMBIA.
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS STAFF PAPER 183-E-265.


ZAMBIA


HOUSEHOLD
INCOME
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
INTEGRATION


MARKETING


IMOTHY


ZAMBIA


ENTRY t 215


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


URBANA, IL: UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS.


SUMMARY, REBECCA


1982.
CONSTRAINTS TO WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA.


[SOURCE: 1]


POLICY
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


JOURNAL OF MODERN AFRICAN STUDIES 20:1: 155-166.


DUE, JEAN M.


ENTRY 1 213


ENTRY I 214


DUE, JEAN M.


ENTRY I 216


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 37


DUE, JEAN M.


WHITE, MARCIA


1985. [SOURCE: 3]
DIFFERENCES IN EARNINGS, LABOR INPUTS, DECISION-MAKING AND
PERCEPTIONS OF DEVELOPMENT BETWEEN FARM AND MARKET WOMEN: A CASE
STUDY IN ZAMBIA. AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS STAFF PAPER #85-E-319.

URBANA, IL: UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS.

DUE, JEAN M. WHITE, MARCIA
SCHWARTZ, RENEE
1985. [SOURCE: 3]
FEMALE FARM HOUSEHOLDS IN ZAMBIA: FURTHER EVIDENCE OF POVERTY.
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS STAFF PAPAER 183-E-316.


ZAMBIA


DECISION-MAKING
MARKETING
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
LABOR


INCOME


ENTRY # 218


ZAMBIA


URBANA, IL: UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS.

DULANSEY, MARYANNE L.


FEMALE HEADS
HOUSEHOLD
POVERTY


ENTRY 1 219


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
INTERNATIONAL AID
POLICY


1979. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM CONCERNS IN FRANCOPHONE SAHEL:
REPORT OF A WORKSHOP.


WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT, OFFICE OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT.
DWIGHT, MARGARET L.


ENTRY I 220


1986.
CAMEROONIAN WOMEN AT THE CROSSROADS: THEIR
STATUS.


JOURNAL OF AFRICAN STUDIES 13:3: 126-130.

DYSON-HUDSON, RADA

1970.
MEN, WOMEN AND WORK IN A PASTORAL SOCIETY.


[SOURCE: 1]
CHANGING ROLES AND


[SOURCE: 1]


CAMEROON


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
LIVESTOCK


NATURAL HISTORY 69: 42-57.


EIDE, WENCHE BARTH SKJOENSBERG, E.
BATHLILY, A. PALA, A.O.
1979. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN IN FOOD PRODUCTION, FOOD HANDLING AND NUTRITION--WITH
SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON AFRICA. A REPORT OF THE PROTEIN-CALORIE
ADVISORY GROUP (PAG) IN JUNE 1977. FOOD AND NUTRITION PAPER 38.


ENTRY # 222

WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
NUTRITION
FOOD


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


ENTRY # 217


HISTORY
SOCIAL CHANGE
STATUS


ENTRY # 221


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


PRODUCTION








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 38

EIDE, WENCHE BARTH


1980. (SOURCE: 1]
INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIAL ENERGY FLOWS: BRIDGING NUTRITIONAL AND
ANTHROPOLOGICAL THINKING ABOUT WOMEN'S WORK IN RURAL AFRICA. IN
N. JEROME, ET AL. (EDS.) NUTRITIONAL ANTHROPOLOGY.


PLEASANTVILLE, NY: REDGRAVE PRESS.


EL BELGHITI, MALIKA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
NUTRITION
ENERGY


LABOR


ENTRY I 224


1981. [SOURCE: 1]
ROLE OF WOMEN IN SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: INDICATORS AS
INSTRUMENTS OF SOCIAL ANALYSIS; THE CASE OF MOROCCO. PP. 15-32.
UNESCO (ED.)IN WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT: INDICATORS OF THEIR
CHANGING ROLE. SOCIOECONOMIC STUDIES 13.
PARIS: UNESCO.

EL-DIN, KHEIN

1983. [SOURCE: 2]
PAPER PRESENTED FROM THE MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE AND FOOD
SECURITY, WOMEN'S AGRICULTURE EXTENSION DEPARTMENT, EGYPT.
PRESENTED TO THE EXPERTS CONSULTATION ON WOMEN AND FOOD
PRODUCTION, FAO, ROME, DECEMBER.
ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.

ELAD, TERESIA

1979. [SOURCE: 4]
WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT PLANNING. PREPARED FOR SYMPOSIUM ON WOMEN
AND WORK IN AFRICA, URBANA, ILLINOIS.


MOROCCO


METHODOLOGY
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ROLE


ECONOMICS


ENTRY I 225


EGYPT


EXTENSION


ENTRY 1 226


PLANNING
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ENDELEY, JOYCE BAYANDE


1983. [SOURCE: 4]
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION AND THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF WOMEN:
CASE STUDY OF CAMEROON. PAPER PREPARED FOR THE WORKSHOP ON 'THE
ROLE OF WOMEN IN HOME ECONOMICS AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA,'
ALEXANDRIA, EGYPT, OCTOBER 17-22.


ENGBERG, LILA SABRY, JEAN
BECKERSON, SUSAN
1988. [SOURCE: 1]
A COMPARISON OF RURAL WOMEN'S TIME USE AND NUTRITIONAL
CONSEQUENCES IN TWO VILLAGES IN MALAWI. PP. 99-110. IN POATS, S.,
M. SCHMINK, AND A. SPRING (EDS.) GENDER ISSUES IN FARMING SYSTEMS
RESEARCH AND EXTENSION.
BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


CAMEROON


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION
ECONOMICS


ENTRY t 228


MALAWI


FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
HOUSEHOLD
TIME ALLOCATION


NUTRITION


STEADY, F.C.


ENTRY 8 223


ENTRY 8 227


COUNTRY








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 39

ENSMINGER, JEAN


1980. [SOURCE: 4]
HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY AMONG THE ORMA: METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN THE
COLLECTION OF QUANTITATIVE DATA AMONG PASTORALISTS. PREPARED FOR
CONFERENCE ON ECOLOGICAL STRESS IN EASTERN AFRICA, NORTHWESTERN
UNIVERSITY AND NATIONAL MUSEUMS OF KENYA, NAIROBI, JUNE.


KENYA


METHODOLOGY
HOUSEHOLD
LIVSTOCK


HOME ECONOMICS


ENSMINGER, JEAN


1984. [SOURCE: 3]
POLITICAL ECONOMY AMONG THE PASTORAL GALOLE ORMA: THE EFFECTS OF
MARKET INTEGRATION. PH.D. DISSERTATION, DEPARTMENT OF
ANTHROPOLOGY, NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY.


ENSMINGER, JEAN

1984. [SOURCE: 1]
THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PASTORAL WOMEN: FEMINIST CRITIQUES.



NOMADIC PEOPLES 16 (NOVEMBER)

ENSMINGER, JEAN

1987. [SOURCE: 1]
ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL DIFFERENTIATION AMONG GALOLE URMA WOMEN.



ETHNOS 1:2: 28-49.

ENSMINGER, JEAN

N.D.. [SOURCE: 1]
MONETIZATION OF THE GALOLE ORMA ECONOMY: CHANGES IN THE USE OF
FUEL AND WOODSTOCK. TO APPEAR IN: BARNES, C. AND J. ENSMINGER
(EDS.) RURAL HOUSEHOLD ENERGY USE IN KENYA.

STOCKHOLM: UPPSALA (SCANDANAVIAN INSTITUTE OF AFRICAN STUDIES).


ERITREAN WOMEN'S ORGANIZATION


KENYA


LIVESTOCK
MARKETING
MODERNIZATION


ENTRY 1 231


THEORY
LIVESTOCK


ENTRY 1 232


KENYA


ROLE
ECONOMICS
LIVESTOCK


POLITICS


KENYA


LIVESTOCK
HOUSEHOLD
ENERGY


ECONOMICS


ERITREAN POPULAR LIBERATION FRONT


1979. [SOURCE: 1]
SOCIO-ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATIONS IN LIBERATED ERITREA AND THE
IMPACT ON PEASANT WOMEN.


ISIS INTERNATIONAL BULLETIN 11: 22-24.


ENTRY 1 229


ENTRY I 230


ENTRY I 233


ETHIOPIA


ENTRY 1 234


PEASANTS
SOCIALISM
LAW


COUNTRY


AGRARIAN REFORM








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 40

ERNST, ELIZABETH


1977.
FOOD CONSUMPTION AMONG RURAL FAMILIES IN
AFRICA.


[SOURCE: 2]
UPPER VOLTA, WEST


OAUGADOUGOU, UPPER VOLTA (BURKINA FASO): PEACE CORPS

ERUMSELE, A. AKHIGBE


1980.
WOMEN'S PART IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT.



WEST AFRICA 3291: 1539-1540.


ETIENNE, MONA


1980. [SOURCE: 1)
WOMEN AND MEN, CLOTH AND COLONIZATION: THE TRANSFORMATION OF
PRODUCTION-DISTRIBUTION RELATIONS AMONG THE BAULE. PP. 214-238 IN
ETIENNE, M. AND E.B. LEACOCK (EDS.) WOMEN AND COLONIZATION:
ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES.
NEW YORK: PRAEGER.


EVANS, J.E.


ZAIRE


[SOURCE: 1]


INTEGRATION
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY I 237


HISTORY
PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
CAPITALISM


MARKETING


ENTRY t 238


1981. [SOURCE: 3]
RURAL WOMEN'S AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION PROGRAMMES IN PHLOMBE RURAL
DEVELOPMENT. WORKING DOCUMENT ON THE BASE-LINE SURVEY, PHASE I.


MALAWI


EXTENSION
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


LILONGWE, MALAWI: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.


ENTRY I 239


EVANS, J.E.


1986.
MALAWI: REACHING WOMEN FARMERS.



READING RURAL DEVELOPMENT BULLETIN NO. 20.


FARAH, AMNA


1984. [SOURCE: 3]
THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE ON THE
ROLE OF WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE. WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
RESEARCH REPORT 12.

KHARTOUM, EGYPT: DEVELOPMENT STUDIES AND RESEARCH CENTER,
UNIVERSITY OF KHARTOUM.


EGYPT


[SOURCE: 1]


MALAWI


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION
INTEGRATION


IMPACT


ENTRY I 240


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
TECHNOLOGY
IMPACT


UPPER VOLTA
BURKINA FASO


ENTRY # 235


HOUSEHOLD
FOOD


ENTRY 1 236


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 41

FAYOSSEWA, ANTOINE


1979. [SOURCE: 2]
PROMOTION FEMININE: UNE EXPERIENCE RURALE EN COTE D'IVOIRE.
COMITE NATIONAL POUR L'ALIMENTATION ET LE DEVELOPPEMENT DE COTE
D'IVOIRE.


IVORY COAST


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
FOOD
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


FELDMAN, RAYAH


ENTRY I 242


1984. (SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN'S GROUPS AND WOMEN'S SUBORDINATION: AN ANALYSIS OF POLICIES
TOWARDS RURAL WOMEN IN KENYA.


KENYA


ORGANIZATIONS
POLICY
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


REVIEW OF AFRICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY 27/28: 67-85.


FERCHIOU, S.


ENTRY 1 243


1978. [SOURCE: 1]
THE ROLE OF FEMALE DOMESTIC PRODUCTION IN THE FAMILY ECONOMY IN
SOUTHERN TUNISIA.


REVUE TIERS MONDE 19:76: 831-844.


FERGUSON, ANNE E.


1984.
RESOURCE GUIDE WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE: CAMEROON.


TUNISIA


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
HOME ECONOMICS


HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY 1 244


HORN, NANCY


[SOURCE: 2)


CAMEROON


PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


EAST LANSING, MI: MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY. BEAN/COWPEA CRSP.


FERGUSON, ANNE E.


HORN, NANCY


1985. [SOURCE: 1]
SITUATING AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH: CLASS AND GENDER ISSUES IN
PROJECT ADVISEMENT. PP. 85-90. IN GALLIN, R.S. AND A. SPRING
(EDS.) WOMEN CREATING WEALTH.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT.


FERGUSON, JAMES


1984. (SOURCE: 4]
THE BOVINE MYSTIQUE: POWER, PROPERTY AND LIVESTOCK IN RURAL
LESOTHO. PRESENTED AT THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
MEETINGS, DENVER, COLORADO, NOVEMBER.


LESOTHO


GENDER
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
METHODOLOGY
CLASS


EVALUATION


ENTRY I 246


LIVESTOCK


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY # 241


ENTRY 1 245








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 42

FIELOUX, MICHELE


1979. [SOURCE: 3]
SOCIOECONOMIC STUDY IN THE DAGMA REGION. DEPARTMENT OF
AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS.


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ECONOMICS


WEST LAFAYETTE: PURDUE UNIVERSITY


FIREBAUGH, FRANCILLE M.


ET AL.


1982. [SOURCE: 1]
INCREASING AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION THROUGH MORE EFFECTIVE USE OF
TECHNOLOGY: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A STRENGTHENED AGRICULTURAL
EXTENSION PROGRAM IN EGYPT.

SAID RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ABSTRACTS 10:1/2: 65-66.


FLEMING, VICTORIA


EGYPT


ENTRY 268


EDUCATION
EXTENSION
POLICY
PRODUCTION

TECHNOLOGY


ENTRY t 249


[SOURCE: 1]


1981.
WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT.


WEST AFRICA 3358: 2921-2922.

FLEURET, ANNE


1977. [SOURCE: 4]
THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN RURAL MARKETS: LESOTHO, TANZANIA. PRESENTED
AT 1ST WOMEN AND ANTHROPOLOGY SYMPOSIUM, SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA,
MARCH.


FLEURET, PATRICK


FLEURET, ANNE


1978. [SOURCE: 1]
FUELWOOD USE IN A PEASANT COMMUNITY: A TANZANIAN CASE STUDY.


TANZANIA


TANZANIA


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY t 250


MARKETING
ROLE


ENTRY I 251


ENERGY
PEASANTS


JOURNAL OF DEVELOPING AREAS 12: 315-322.

FOCUS


ENTRY 1 252


1975. [SOURCE: 1]
AFRICA'S FOOD PRODUCERS: THE IMPACT OF CHANGE ON RURAL WOMEN.
SPECIAL ISSUE.


PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
FOOD


FOCUS.


ENTRY 1 247


COUNTRY








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 43

FOGELBERG, TERESA


1981.
NANUMBA WOMEN: WORKING BEES OR IDLE BUMS?


[SOURCE: 3]


LABOR
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


LEIDEN: INSTITUTE OF CULTURAL AND SOCIAL STUDIES, LEIDEN UNIV.


FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION


ENTRY I 254


1974. [SOURCE: 2]
REPORT ON A NATIONAL WORKSHOP TO COORDINATE AND PLAN FOR THE
WOMEN'S GROUP PROGRAMME. INSTITUTE OF ADULT STUDIES, KIKUYU.


NAIROBI, KENYA: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATIONS, PROGRAMMES
FOR BETTER FAMILY LIVING.
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION

1975. [SOURCE: 2]
THE INVOLVEMENT OF WOMEN IN COOPERATIVES AND OTHER SELF-HELP
ORGANIZATIONS IN ENGLISH-SPEAKING AFRICAN COUNTRIES. SEMINAR
REPORT.


KENYA


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ORGANIZATIONS
PLANNING


ENTRY I 255


COOPERATIVES
ORGANIZATIONS


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION


1975. (SOURCE: 2]
ASSESSING GROUP NEEDS: REPORT ON A SURVEY METHODS WORKSHOP.
PROGRAMMES FOR BETTER FAMILY LIVING SERIES #17.


ENTRY # 256


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
METHODOLOGY


KENYA


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION


1975. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN'S LEADERSHIP TO RURAL DEVELOPMENT. PROGRAMS FOR BETTER
FAMILY LIVING REPORT I14.


NAIROBI, KENYA: PROGRAMS FOR BETTER FAMILY LIVING
ROME: FAO.
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION

1977. [SOURCE: 2)
GROUP EXTENSION THROUGH WOMEN'S GROUPS: INFORMATION, FIELD
EXPERIENCE, RECOMMENDATIONS.


NAIROBI, KENYA: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION, PROGRAMMES
FOR BETTER FAMILY LIVING.


EDUCATION
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY # 258


KENYA


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
ORGANIZATIONS
EXTENSION


EDUCATION


ENTRY # 253


ENTRY # 257


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 44


FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION


1977. [SOURCE: 2]
MARKET WOMEN IN WEST AFRICA, SEMINAR ON THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN
MARKETING LOCAL FARM AND MARINE PRODUCE, ACCRA, GHANA, DECEMBER
12-16.


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION


1979. [SOURCE: 2]
PROFILE OF WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN RWANDA.


RWANDA


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION, HOME ECONOMICS AND SOCIAL
PROGRAMS SERVICE.
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION

1982. [SOURCE: 2]
FOOD, NUTRITION AND AGRICULTURE: GUIDELINES FOR AGRICULTURAL
TRAINING CURRICULA IN AFRICA. FOOD AND NUTRITION PAPER #22.


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION


1984. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN IN FOOD PRODUCTION AND FOOD SECURITY. GOVERNMENT
CONSULTATION ON ROLE OF WOMEN IN FOOD PRODUCTION AND FOOD
SECURITY, JULY 10-13, HARARE, ZIMBABWE.


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE






ENTRY t 261


FOOD
EDUCATION
NUTRITION


ENTRY t 262


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
CREDIT
EXTENSION
HUNGER


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION


1987. [SOURCE: 2]
REPORT OF THE EXPERT CONSULTATION ON IMPROVING AGRICULTURAL
EXTENSION TO INCREASE FOOD PRODUCTION IN AFRICA, ARUSHA,
TANZANIA, OCT. 6-10.


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


WOMEN'S PROGRAM UNIT


1974. [SOURCE: 2]
THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN POPULATION DYNAMICS RELATED TO FOOD AND
AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA.


ENTRY t 264


POPULATION
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
FOOD

WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


GHANA


ENTRY 1 259


MARKETING
FISHING
PRODUCTION


ENTRY t 260


PRODUCTION


ENTRY t 263


EXTENSION
FOOD
PRODUCTION
HUNGER


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 45


FORTMANN, L.P.

1983. [SOURCE: 1]
A ROLE FOR WOMEN IN AGROFORESTRY PROJECTS. PP. 21-26 IN FAO
ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SERIES NO. 31: TRAINING FOR
AGRICULTURAL AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT.


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


FORTMANN, LOUISE


1980. [SOURCE: 4]
WOMEN'S INVOLVEMENT IN HIGH RISK ARABLE AGRICULTURE. PAPER
PRESENTED AT THE FORD FOUNDATION WORKSHOP ON WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
IN EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA, NAIROBI, KENYA, APRIL 9-11.


KENYA


RURAL DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY # 266


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


FORTMANN, LOUISE P.


1976. [SOURCE: 1]
THE NEED FOR AN EXPANDED ROLE FOR WOMEN IN AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION
IN TANZANIA.


EASTERN AFRICA JOURNAL OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT SPECIAL ED.: 99-108.


FORTMANN, LOUISE P.


1977. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN AND TANZANIAN AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT. DAR ES SALAAM,
ECONOMIC RESEARCH BUREAU PAPER NO. 77.4.


DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA: UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM ECONOMIC
RESEARCH BUREAU.
FORTMANN, LOUISE P.

1980. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN'S INVOLVEMENT IN HIGH RISK ARABLE AGRICULTURE, THE BOTSWANA
CASE.


WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT, OFFICE OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT.
FORTMANN, LOUISE P.


TANZANIA


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 269


BOTSWANA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 270


1981.
WOMEN'S AGRICULTURE IN A CATTLE ECONOMY.


[SOURCE: 3]


BOTSWANA


LIVESTOCK
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


GABORONE, BOTSWANA: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.


ENTRY I 265


AGROFORESTRY
PLANNING
METHODOLOGY
EXTENSION


TANZANIA


ENTRY # 267


EXTENSION
ROLE
INTEGRATION


ENTRY # 268


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 46

FORTMANN, LOUISE P.


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY # 271


IMPACT
POLICY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


1981. [SOURCE: 1]
THE PLIGHT OF THE INVISIBLE FARMER: THE EFFECT OF NATIONAL
AGRICULTURAL POLICY ON WOMEN IN AFRICA. PP. 205-214. IN DAUBER,
R. AND M.L. CAIN (EDS.) WOMEN AND TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE IN
DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.
BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


FORTMANN, LOUISE P.


1982. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN'S WORK IN A COMMUNAL SETTING: THE TANZANIA POLICY OF
UJAMAA. PP. 191-205. IN BAY, E.G. (ED.) WOMEN AND WORK IN AFRICA.


TANZANIA


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
POLICY


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


FORTMANN, LOUISE P.


ENTRY t 273


1984. [SOURCE: 1]
ECONOMIC STATUS AND WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN AGRICULTURE: A
BOTSWANA CASE STUDY.


RURAL SOCIOLOGY 49:3: 452-464.


FORTMANN, LOUISE P.


BOTSWANA


ROCHELEAU, DIANNE


1985. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN AGROFORESTRY IN KENYA AND DOMINICAN
REPUBLIC. PP. 109-114. IN GALLIN, R.S. AND A. SPRING (EDS.)
WOMEN CREATING WEALTH.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT.

FRANZEL, STEVEN C.

1984. [SOURCE: 1]
MODELING FARMERS' DECISIONS IN A FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
EXERCISE: THE ADOPTION OF AN IMPROVED MAIZE VARIETY IN KIRINYAGA
DISTRICT, KENYA.


KENYA
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC


STATUS
LIVESTOCK
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
INTEGRATION


ECONOMICS


ENTRY t 274


AGROFORESTRY
INTEGRATION


ENTRY 1 275


KENYA


DECISION-MAKING
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
PLANNING


HUMAN ORGANIZATION 43: 3.


FREEMAN, P.


1983. [SOURCE: 1]
LAND REGENERATION AND AGRICULTURAL INTENSIFICATION IN THE
GROUNDNUT BASIN, SENEGAL.


ECODEVELOPMENT NEWS 26/27: 19-26, 39-46.


ENTRY t 272


SENEGAL


ENTRY 1 276


MODERNIZATION
ENERGY








AFRICA PAGE 47


FRESCO, LOUISE

1979. [SOURCE: 1]
RURAL WOMEN AND HOUSEHOLDS IN THE CONTEXT OF SMALL FARMERS'
PROJECTS.


APPROACH 8: 3-22.

FRESCO, LOUISE

1982. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN AND CASSAVA PRODUCTION: AN APPROACH TO IMPROVING
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTIVITY IN RURAL ZAIRE. UNPUBLISHED PROJECT
REPORT, UNDP/FAO. AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS, NOVEMBER.

ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION, UNITED NATIONS
DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME.
FRESCO, LOUISE

1984. [SOURCE: 2]
TECHNIQUES AGRICOLES AMELIOREES POUR LE KWANGO-KWILU, TRANSLATED
TO KIKANG BY R.P. WIDART S.J., CHAPTERS 1-2, KAKENZA KAHENZE,
CHAPTER 3.

ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION, PROJECT PNUD, CODIAK.


FRUZZETTI, LINA M.


1982. [SOURCE: 1]
FARM AND HEARTH: RURAL WOMEN IN A FARMING COMMUNITY.


SUDAN


ENTRY 8 277


METHODOLOGY
HOUSEHOLD
SMALL FARMS
THEORY


ENTRY # 278


ZAIRE


ROLE
PRODUCTION
FOOD


ENTRY I 279


CAMEROON


PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 280


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
MODERNIZATION
HOUSEHOLD
IMPACT


PROVIDENCE: BROWN UNIVERSITY.


FUCHS-CARSCH, MARIAN


1975. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN IN GHANAIAN DEVELOPMENT: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.


GHANA


BIBLIOGRAPHY
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ACCRA: SAID MISSION TO GHANA.

FUNK, URSULA


ENTRY 8 282


1980. [SOURCE: 4]
WOMEN, INEQUALITY AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN GUINEA-BISSAU.
PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
MEETINGS, WASHINGTON, DECEMBER 3-7.


GUINEA-BISSAU


STATUS
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


PLANNING


ENTRY # 281


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 48


FUNK, URSULA


1988. [SOURCE: 1]
LAND TENURE, AGRICULTURE, AND GENDER IN GUINEA-BISSAU. PP. 33-58
IN DAVISON, J. (ED.) AGRICULTURE, WOMEN, AND LAND: THE AFRICAN
EXPERIENCE.


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


GAUCH, PAULA


BEN DAVID, A.


1983. [SOURCE: 2]
THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN FOOD PRODUCTION WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO
SMALL ANIMALS AT THE VILLAGE LEVEL. PRESENTED TO THE EXPERT
CONSULTATION ON WOMEN IN FOOD PRODUCTION, FAO, ROME, DECEMBER
(ESH:WIFP/83/15 NOVEMBER).
ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


GUINEA-BISSAU


LAND TENURE
GENDER
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


PRODUCTION


ENTRY # 284


ROLE
LIVESTOCK
PRODUCTION


POLICY


GAY, JUDITH S.


1980. [SOURCE: 1]
WAGE EMPLOYMENT OF RURAL BASOTHO WOMEN: A CASE STUDY.


SOUTH AFRICAN LABOUR BULLETIN 6:4: 40-53.

GAY, JUDITH S.


1981. [SOURCE: 4]
SOURCES AND ALLOCATIONS OF HOUSEHOLD FUNDS IN RURAL LESOTHO:
PROBLEMS IN GRASS-ROOTS ECONOMIC DATA COLLECTION. PRESENTED TO
WORKSHOP ON RESEARCH PRIORITIES IN SOUTHERN AFRICA, LESOTHO,
NOVEMBER 23-27.


GAY, JUDITH S.


1982.
WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT IN LESOTHO.


[SOURCE: 2]


LESOTHO


LESOTHO


METHODOLOGY
HOUSEHOLD
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


INCOME


ENTRY I 287


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT.
GEORGE, E.

1978. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN IN AFRICA. WHAT IS THE IMPACT OF DEVELOPMENT?


ENTRY 1 288


IMPACT
INTERNATIONAL AID
INCOME
EXTENSION

RURAL DEVELOPMENT


AGENDA 1:2: 1-7.


ENTRY 3 283


LESOTHO


ENTRY 3 285


EMPLOYMENT
MIGRATION


ENTRY 1 286


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 49

GERMAIN, ADRIENNE


1980. [SOURCE: 41
RESEARCH ON WOMEN IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION IN THE THIRD WORLD.
PAPER PRESENTED AT A WORKSHOP ON 'WOMEN IN AGRICULTURAL
PRODUCTION IN EASTERN AND SOUTHERN AFRICA,' NAIROBI, KENYA,
APRIL 9-11.


GERVAIS, JEANNE


1964. [SOURCE: 1]
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IVORY COAST.


WOMEN TODAY 6: 49-51.

GILL, DHARA S.

1966. [SOURCE: 1]
FAO SOCIO-ECONOMIC SURVEY OF PEASANT AGRICULTURE IN NORTHERN
NIGERIA: FINDINGS, IMPLICATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS RELATIVE TO
EXTENSION WORK IN NORTHERN NIGERIA.


IVORY COAST


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
LITERATURE REVIEW
HOUSEHOLD


THEORY


ENTRY 1 290


STATUS
ROLE


ENTRY # 291


NIGERIA


EXTENSION
PEASANTS
POLICY
STATISTICS


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


GILL, DHARA S.


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY 1 292


1984. [SOURCE: 3]
IMPROVING HUMAN RESOURCES OF PEASANT AGRICULTURE THROUGH
EXTENSION SERVICES: SOME PROBLEMS. EDMONTON, FACULTY OF
AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY, UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA.


EXTENSION
PEASANTS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY BULLETIN 7:4: 40-46.


GLADWIN, C.H.


MCMILLAN, DELLA


1989. (SOURCE: 1)
IS A TURNAROUND IN AFRICA POSSIBLE WITHOUT HELPING AFRICAN WOMEN
TO FARM?


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND SOCIAL CHANGE 37:2: 345-369.


GLADWIN, CHRISTINA


STAUDT, KATHLEEN


FOOD
PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
POLICY


HUNGER


ENTRY I 294


1983. [SOURCE: 1]
REAFFIRMING THE AGRICULTURAL ROLE OF AFRICAN WOMEN IN HOUSEHOLD
ECONOMICS AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT. IN PROCEEDINGS OF THE ASSOC. OF
FACULTIES OF AGRICULTURE IN AFRICA, WORKSHOP ON HOME ECONOMIC AND
RURAL DEVELOPMENT, OCT. 17-22.


HOUSEHOLD
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


HOME ECONOMICS


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY # 289


ENTRY # 293








AFRICA PAGE 50

GLADWIN, CHRISTINA H.


1983. (SOURCE: 2]
RECOMMENDATIONS AND REPORT TO THE ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION BASED ON
THE AFAA WORKSHOP ON HOME ECONOMICS IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN
AFRICA, OCTOBER 17-22. ASSOCIATION OF FACULTIES OF AGRICULTURE IN
AFRICA WORKSHOP, UNPUBLISHED.
NEW YORK: ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION.


GLADWIN, CHRISTINA H. STAUDT, KA
MCMILLAN, DELLA
1983. [SOURCE: 1]
REAFFIRMING THE AGRICULTURAL ROLE OF AFRICAN WOMEN: ONE SOLUTION
TO THE FOOD CRISIS.


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION


PLANNING


THLEEN


ENTRY I 296


BURKINA FASO


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
LABOR
HOUSEHOLD
HOME ECONOMICS


JOURNAL OF AFRICAN STUDIES 13:4: WINTER: 131-141.


STAUDT, KATHLEEN A.


GLADWIN, CHRISTINA H.
MCMILLAN, DELLA E.


1986. [SOURCE: 1]
PROVIDING AFRICA'S WOMEN FARMERS ACCESS: ONE SOLUTION TO THE FOOD
CRISIS.


JOURNAL OF AFRICAN STUDIES 13:3: 131-141.


GLADWIN, HUGH


1980. (SOURCE: 1]
INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE OF FISH PROCESSING AND MARKETING UTILIZED BY
WOMEN TRADERS OF CAPE COAST GHANA. PP. 131-150. IN BROKENSHA,
D.W., ET AL. (EDS.) INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE SYSTEMS AND DEVELOPMENT.


GHANA


EXTENSION


ENTRY 1 297


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
HUNGER
ACCESS TO RESOURCES
IMPACT

INTERNATIONAL AID


ENTRY I 298


FISHING
MARKETING
DECISION-MAKING


NEW YORK: UNIVERSITY PRESS OF AMERICA.


GOHEEN, MIRIAM


1988. [SOURCE: 1]
LAND AND THE HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY: WOMEN FARMERS OF THE GRASSFIELDS
TODAY. PP. 90-105 IN DAVISON, J. (ED.) AGRICULTURE, WOMEN, AND
LAND, THE AFRICAN EXPERIENCE.


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


GOODY, JACK


1973.
INHERITANCE AND WOMEN'S LABOR IN AFRICA.


BUDKLEY, JOAN


[SOURCE: 1]


CAMEROON


HOUSEHOLD
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
HOME ECONOMICS
LABOR


LAND TENURE


ENTRY t 300


LABOR
LAW


AFRICA 43: 108-121.


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY I 295


PRODUCTION


ENTRY t 299








AFRICA PAGE 51

GORDON, ELISABETH


1978. (SOURCE: 2]
THE WOMEN LEFT BEHIND: A STUDY OF THE WIVES OF THE MIGRANT
WORKERS OF LESOTHO. WORLD EMPLOYMENT PROGRAMME RESEARCH WORKING
PAPERS.


LESOTHO


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
MIGRATION


GENEVA: ILO.


GORDON, ELISABETH


ENTRY # 302


1981. [SOURCE: 1]
AN ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACT OF LABOUR MIGRATION ON THE LIVES OF
WOMEN IN LESOTHO.


JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES 17:3: 59-76.

GREENE, PAMELA A.S.

1987. [SOURCE: 4)
A STUDY ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICES
IN SUPPORTING WOMEN'S AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITIES IN SIERRA LEONE. A
REPORT FOR FAO, UNPUBLISHED.


LESOTHO


MIGRATION
IMPACT


ENTRY # 303


SIERRA LEONE


EXTENSION
IMPACT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


GREENSTREET, MIRANDA


ENTRY 1 304


1981. [SOURCE: 2]
FEMALES IN THE AGRICULTURAL LABOUR FORCE AND NON-FORMAL EDUCATION
FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN GHANA. OCCASIONAL PAPERS 190: 1-22.


THE HAGUE: INSTITUTE OF SOCIAL STUDIES.


GRITZNER, JANET H.


GHANA


BAER, LINDA


1986. [SOURCE: 4]
ASSESSING FIREWOOD RESOURCES AND LABOR REQUIREMENTS FOR KGATLENG
DISTRICT, BOTSWANA. PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCE ON GENDER ISSUES
IN FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH AND EXTENSION, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA-
WIA, GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 1.


GROSS, SUSAN


BOTSWANA


BINGHAM, MARJORIE


1982. [SOURCE: 3]
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY ON WOMEN IN AFRICA OF THE SUB-SAHARA.
DEVELOPMENT FOR TITLE IV-C PROJECT, WOMEN IN WORLD AREA STUDIES.


ST LOUIS PARK, MN: WOMEN IN WORLD AREA STUDIES PROGRAM, ST. LOUIS
PARK SCHOOLS.


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
LABOR


EDUCATION


ENTRY I 305


METHODOLOGY
LABOR
ENERGY


ENTRY I 306


BIBLIOGRAPHY


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY 8 301








AFRICA PAGE 52


GUTTO, S.B.O.

1976. [SOURCE: 3]
THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN KENYA: A STUDY OF PATERNALISM, INEQUALITY
AND UNDERPRIVILEGE. INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES. DISCUSSION
PAPER 1235.

NAIROBI, KENYA: UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI.

GUYER, JANE

1988. [SOURCE: 1]
DYNAMIC APPROACHES TO DOMESTIC BUDGETING: CASES AND METHODS FROM
AFRICA. PP. 155-172. IN DWYER, D. AND J. BRUCE (EDS.) A HOME
DIVIDED: WOMEN AND INCOME IN THE THIRD WORLD.

STANFORD: STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS.

GUYER, JANE I.

1978. (SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN'S WORK IN THE FOOD ECONOMY OF THE COCOA BELT: A COMPARISON.
WORKING PAPER 17.


BOSTON: BOSTON UNIVERSITY AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER.

GUYER, JANE I.

1980. (SOURCE: 1]
FEMALE FARMING AND THE EVOLUTION OF FOOD PRODUCTION PATTERNS
AMONGST THE BETI OF SOUTH-CENTRAL CAMEROON.


ENTRY # 307


KENYA


STATUS


ENTRY # 308


CAMEROON


DECISION-MAKING
METHODOLOGY
THEORY
HOUSEHOLD


INCOME


ENTRY # 309


NIGERIA
CAMEROON


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
CASH CROPS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
PRODUCTION


ECONOMICS


ENTRY 1 310


CAMEROON


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
FOOD
CASH CROPS


AFRICA 50:4: 341-356.


GUYER, JANE I.


1980. (SOURCE: 1]
FOOD, COCOA AND THE DIVISION OF LABOR BY SEX IN TWO WEST AFRICAN
SOCIETIES.


COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN SOCIETY AND HISTORY 22:3: 355-373.


GUYER, JANE I.


1980. [SOURCE: 3]
HOUSEHOLD BUDGETS AND WOMEN'S INCOMES. WORKING PAPER 128.


CAMEROON


CAMEROON
GHANA


CASH CROPS
PRODUCTION
ROLE


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ENTRY 1 312


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
HOUSEHOLD
DECISION-MAKING
INCOME


BOSTON: BOSTON UNIVERSITY AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER.


PRODUCTION


ENTRY I 311


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY


HOME ECONOMICS








AFRICA PAGE 53


GUYER, JANE I.

1981.
HOUSEHOLD AND COMMUNITY IN AFRICAN STUDIES.



AFRICAN STUDIES REVIEW 24:2/3: 87-137.

GUYER, JANE I.


1984. [SOURCE: 3]
FAMILY AND FARM IN SOUTHERN CAMEROON. RESEARCH STUDIES 35.



BOSTON: UNIVERSITY OF BOSTON AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER.


GUYER, JANE I.


1985. [SOURCE: 1]
THE ECONOMIC POSITION OF BETI WIDOWS, PAST AND PRESENT. PP. 313-
325. IN BARBIER, J. (ED.) FEMMES DUE CAMEROUN.


PARIS: ORSTOM.

GUYER, JANE I.

1988. [SOURCE: 1]
DYNAMIC APPROACHES TO DOMESTIC BUDGETING: CASES AND METHODS FROM
AFRICA. PP. 155-172. IN DWYER, D. AND J. BRUCE (EDS.) A HOME
DIVIDED: WOMEN AND INCOME IN THE THIRD WORLD.


CAMEROON


CAMEROON


LABOR
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
HOUSEHOLD
CASH CROPS


SMALL FARMS


ENTRY # 315


HISTORY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
CASH CROPS
ECONOMICS


STATUS


ENTRY 3 316


INCOME
METHODOLOGY
HOUSEHOLD
THEORY


STANFORD: STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS.


HAFKIN, NANCY J.


DECISION-MAKING


ENTRY I 317


1977. (SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.



ADDIS ABABA: AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTER FOR WOMEN, UN
ECONOMIC COMMISSION ON AFRICA.
HAFKIN, NANCY J. BAY, EDNA G.

EDS. 1976. [SOURCE: 1)
WOMEN IN AFRICA: STUDIES IN SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CHANGE.


BIBLIOGRAPHY
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY 3 318


SOCIAL CHANGE
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


STANFORD, CA: STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS.


[SOURCE: 1]


ENTRY # 313


HOUSEHOLD
COMMUNITY


ENTRY 3 314


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ECONOMICS








AFRICA PAGE 54


HAILE, D.


ET AL.


1983. [SOURCE: 23
WORKSHOP ON WOMEN IN AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT. AWASSA, ETHIOPIA,
JUNE 26.


ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


HAILE, DANIEL


1980.
LAW AND THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN ETHIOPIA.


[SOURCE: 2]


ETHIOPIA


ETHIOPIA


TECHNOLOGY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
ENERGY
COOPERATIVES

RURAL DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY # 320


STATUS


ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA: AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTER FOR
WOMEN, UN ECONOMIC COMMISSION ON AFRICA.
HAKEMULDER, ROEL


1980.
POTTERS: A STUDY OF TWO VILLAGES IN ETHIOPIA.


(SOURCE: 2]


ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA: UN ECONOMIC COMMISSION ON AFRICA.

HANDWERKER, W.P.

1974. (SOURCE: 1]
CHANGING HOUSEHOLD ORGANIZATION IN THE ORIGINS OF MARKET PLACES
IN LIBERIA.


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL CHANGE 22: 224-248.


HANE BA, FAME


ET AL.


1984. (SOURCE: 1]
THE IMPACT OF TERRITORIAL ADMINISTRATION REFORM ON THE SITUATION
OF WOMEN IN SENEGAL. PP. 107-116. IN ILO (ED.) RURAL DEVELOPMENT
AND WOMEN IN AFRICA.


SENEGAL


ETHIOPIA


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
CRAFTS


ENTRY # 322


LIBERIA


MARKETING
HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY # 323


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
AGRARIAN REFORM
POLITICS


GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION.


HANGER, J.


MORRIS, J.


1973. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN AND THE HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. PP. 209-244 IN R. CHAMBERS AND
J. MORRIS (EDS.) MWEA AN IRRIGATED RICE SETTLEMENT IN KENYA.


MUNICH: WELFORUM VERLAG.


ENTRY # 319


ENTRY # 321


IMPACT


KENYA


ENTRY 1 324


HOUSEHOLD
RICE
IRRIGATION


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE








AFRICA PAGE 55


HANGER, JANE


MORIS, JON


1973. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN AND THE HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. PP. 209-244. IN CHAMBERS, R. AND
J. MORIS (EDS.) MWEA: AN IRRIGATED RICE SETTLEMENT IN KENYA.


MUNCHEN: WELTFORUM VERLAG.


HANNAN-ANDERSSON, C.


1982. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN, WATER AND DEVELOPMENT IN A PARE SETTLEMENT, TANZANIA.
RESEARCH REPORT #52.


DAR ES SALAAM: UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM, BUREAU OF RESOURCE
ASSESSMENT AND LAND USE PLANNING.
HANSEN, ART

1986. (SOURCE: 1]
CORRECTING THE UNDERESTIMATED FREQUENCY OF THE HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD
EXPERIENCE FOR WOMEN FARMERS. PP. 111-126. IN POATS, S., M.
SCHMINK AND A. SPRING (EDS.) GENDER ISSUES IN FARMING SYSTEMS
RESEARCH AND EXTENSION.
BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


TANZANIA


KENYA


RICE
HOUSEHOLD
HOME ECONOMICS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


IRRIGATION


ENTRY # 326


ACCESS TO RESOURCES
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
IMPACT


WATER


ENTRY # 327


MALAWI


METHODOLOGY
FEMALE HEADS
HOUSEHOLD


HANSEN, KAREN TRANBERG


1979. [SOURCE: 4)
WHEN SEX BECOMES A CRITICAL VARIABLE: MARRIED WOMEN AND
EXTRADOMESTIC WORK IN LUSAKA, ZAAMBIA. PRESENTED AT THE AMERICAN
SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION 22ND ANNUAL MEETING, LOS ANGELES,
OCTOBER 31-NOVEMBER 3.


HARDIMAN, M.


1974. [SOURCE: 3]
A PRELIMINARY STUDY OF THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN SOME AKAN RURAL
COMMUNITIES. PP. 102-128. IN OPPONG, C. (ED.) LEGON FAMILY
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LEGON: INSTITUTE OF AFRICAN STUDIES.

HARDT, T.L.

1981. (SOURCE: 3]
DECISION MAKING ROLES IN THE RURAL HOUSEHOLD AND THE ADOPTION AND
DIFFUSION OF AN IMPROVED MAIZE VARIETY IN NORTHERN SHABA
PROVINCE, ZAIRE. PH.D. DISSERTATION, IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY.


DECISION-MAKING


ENTRY # 325


ZAMBIA


ENTRY 1 328


GENDER
MARKETING
EMPLOYMENT


STATUS


ENTRY # 329


GHANA


ENTRY 8 330


ZAIRE


ROLE
HOUSEHOLD
TECHNOLOGY


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 56

HARRINGTON, J.A.


1983. [SOURCE: 1]
NUTRITIONAL STRESS AND ECONOMIC RESPONSIBILITY: A STUDY OF
NIGERIAN WOMEN. IN BUVINIC, M., ET AL. (EDS.) WOMEN AND POVERTY
IN THE THIRD WORLD.

BALTIMORE: JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS.


HARTMANNS, I.


1980. [SOURCE: 1]
THE EFFECTS OF MALE EMIGRATION ON THE STATUS AND ROLE OF RURAL
WOMEN AND ITS DEMOGRAPHIC IMPLICATIONS (IN TUNESIA).


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


TUNISIA


NIGERIA


NUTRITION
HOME ECONOMICS


FEMALE HEADS


ENTRY # 332


ROLE
MIGRATION
POPULATION
DEMOGRAPHY


STATUS


HAUGERUD, ANGELIQUE


1979. [SOURCE: 3]
METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES IN A STUDY OF RESOURCE ALLOCATION
DECISIONS AMONG EMBU FARMERS. WORKING PAPER 1357.


NAIROBI: INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI


KENYA


DECISON-MAKING
HOUSEHOLD
METHODOLOGY


ACCESS TO RESOURCES


HAUGERUD, ANGELIOUE


ENTRY # 334


1981. [SOURCE: 3]
ECONOMIC DIFFERENTIATION AMONG PEASANT HOUSEHOLDS: A COMPARISON
OF EMBU COFFEE AND COTTON GROWING ZONES. WORKING PAPER 1383.


NAIROBI: INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT, UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI.


HAUGERUD, ANGELIQUE


KENYA


PEASANTS
HOUSEHOLD
CASH CROPS


ECONOMICS


ENTRY I 335


1981. [SOURCE: 3]
DEVELOPMENT AND HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY IN TWO ECO-ZONES OF EMBU
DISTRICT. WORKING PAPER 1382.


NAIROBI: INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI


HAUGERUD, ANGELIQUE


1982. [SOURCE: 4]
CONFLICT, COMPETITION, AND COOPERATION: POLITICAL ECONOMY OF THE
PEASANT HOUSEHOLDS IN EMBU, KENYA. PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL
MEETING OF THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION,
WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER.


KENYA


KENYA


INCOME
HOUSEHOLD
CASH CROPS
HOME ECONOMICS

RURAL DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY 1 336


POLITICS
HOUSEHOLD
PEASANTS


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY I 331


ENTRY 1 333








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 57

HAUGERUD, ANGELIQUE


1982. [SOURCE: 4]
THE LIMITS OF HOUSEHOLD ANALYSIS IN THE STUDY OF AGRICULTURAL
PRODUCTION: THE CENTRAL KENYAN CASE. PAPER PRESENTED AT THE
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AMER. ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION,
WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER.


KENYA


METHODOLOGY
HOUSEHOLD
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


PRODUCTION


HAUGERUD, ANGELIQUE


ENTRY # 338


1983. [SOURCE: 1]
THE CONSEQUENCES OF LAND TENURE REFORM AMONG SMALLHOLDERS IN THE
KENYA HIGHLANADS.


KENYA


SMALL FARMS
AGRARIAN REFORM
LAND TENURE


RURAL AFRICANA 15-16: 65-89.

HAUGERUD, ANGELIQUE


ENTRY # 339


1983. [SOURCE: 1]
ENERGY USE, ECOLOGY, AND STRATIFICATION IN RURAL KENYA. PAPER
PREPARED FOR THE 1983 ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AFRICAN STUDIES
ASSOCIATION. TO APPEAR IN BARNES, C. AND J. ENSMINGER (ED.)
HOUSEHOLD ENERGY USE IN KENYA.


HAY, MARGARET JEAN


1976. [SOURCE: 11
LUO WOMEN AND ECONOMIC CHANGE DURING THE COLONIAL PERIOD. PP.
87-109. IN HAFKIN, N.J. AND E.G. BAY (EDS.) WOMEN IN AFRICA.


STANFORD, CA: STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS.

HAY, MARGARET JEAN

1982. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN AS OWNERS, OCCUPANTS, AND MANAGERS OF PROPERTY IN COLONIAL
WESTERN KENYA. PP. 110-124. IN HAY, M.J. AND E. WRIGHT (EDS.)
AFRICAN WOMEN AND THE LAW, PAPERS ON AFRICA 17.

BOSTON, MA: BOSTON UNIVERSITY.


KENYA


KENYA


ENERGY
HOUSEHOLD
NATURAL RESOURCES


CLASS


ENTRY # 340


HISTORY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ECONOMICS


ENTRY # 341


KENYA


LAW
LAND TENURE
HISTORY


CLASS


HAY, MARGARET JEAN


STICHTER, SHARON


1984.
AFRICAN


[SOURCE: 1]


WOMEN SOUTH OF THE SAHARA.


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


LONDON: LONGMAN


ENTRY 8 337


ENTRY # 342


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 58

HEMMINGS, GRACE S.


1979. (SOURCE: 4]
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE EVOLUTION OF WOMEN'S ECONOMIC
ROLES IN RURAL UPPER VOLTA. PREPARED FOR SYMPOSIUM ON WOMEN AND
WORK IN AFRICA, URBANA, ILLINOIS, APRIL-MAY.


BURKINA FASO


ROLE
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
IMPACT


ECONOMICS


HEMMINGS-GAPIHAN, GRACE S.


ENTRY 1 344


1981. (SOURCE: 1]
BASELINE STUDY FOR SOCIO-ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF TANGAYE SOLAR
SITE. IN DAUBER, R. AND M.L. CAIN (EDS.) WOMEN AND TECHNOLOGICAL
CHANGE IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.

HEMMINGS-GAPIHAN, GRACE S.


1982. (SOURCE: 1]
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND THE EVOLUTION OF WOMEN'S ECONOMIC
ROLES: A CASE STUDY FROM NORTHERN GHANA, UPPER VOLTA. PP. 171-89.
IN BAY, E.G. (ED.) WOMEN AND WORK IN AFRICA.


UPPER VOLTA
BURKINA FASO
GHANA


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ROLE
IMPACT
INTERNATIONAL AID


ECONOMICS


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.

HENDERSON, FRANCINE I.


1981.
WOMEN IN BOTSWANA: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.


[SOURCE: 3]


BOTSWANA


GABORONE: UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BOTSWANA.

HENDERSON, HELEN KREIDER


1980. (SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN'S ROLE IN LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION. IN BASELINE DATA REPORT,
VILLAGE LIVESTOCK PROJECT, UPPER VOLTA. UNPUBLISHED.


UPPER VOLTA
BURKINA FASO


ENTRY I 346


ROLE
BIBLIOGRAPHY


ENTRY t 347


LIVESTOCK
ROLE
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


PROVO, UT: UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY.

HENDERSON, HELEN KREIDER


1980. (SOURCE: 3]
THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION: SOME PRELIMINARY
FINDINGS. CH. 8. IN VENGROFF, R. (ED.) UPPER VOLTA: ENVIRONMENTAL
UNCERTAINTY AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION.

LUBBOCK, TX: TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY, INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR ARID
AND SEMI-ARID LAND STUDIES.


BURKINA FASO


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
LIVESTOCK


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY 1 343


BURKINA FASO


PRODUCTION
TECHNOLOGY
ENERGY
ECONOMICS


SOCIAL CHANGE


ENTRY 1 345


ENTRY f 348








AFRICA PAGE 59


HENDERSON, HELEN KREIDER


1986. (SOURCE: 1]
THE GRASSROOTS WOMEN'S COMMITTEE AS A DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY IN AN
UPPER VOLTA VILLAGE. PP. 133-152. IN CREEVEY, L. (ED.) WOMEN
FARMERS IN AFRICA.


BURKINA FASO


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
ORGANIZATIONS


SYRACUSE, NY: SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY PRESS.

HENDERSON, HELEN KREIDER


ENTRY # 350


N.D.. (SOURCE: 31
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ADVISEMENT REPORT FOR THE GAMBIA
MIXED FARMING AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROJECT. REPORT PREPARED
FOR THE CONSORTIUM FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT/WOMEN IN
DEVELOPMENT PROJECT.
TUSCON, AZ: CONSORTIUM FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT; WASHINGTON,
D.C.: SAID.
HENDERSON, HELEN KREIDER WARNER, JUD:
FERGUSON, NANCY
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WOMEN IN UPPER VOLTA. PRELIMINARY DRAFT. CID/WID PROJECT WORKING
PAPER 12.


GAMBIA


EVALUATION
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ITH ANN


ENTRY 1 351


BURKINA FASO


TUCSON, AZ: UNIV. OF ARIZONA.


HENN, JEANNE KOOPMAN


1983. [SOURCE: 1]
FEEDING THE CITIES AND FEEDING THE PEASANTS: WHAT ROLE FOR
AFRICA'S WOMEN FARMERS?


CAMEROON


ENTRY i 352


FOOD
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
ROLE


WORLD DEVELOPMENT 11:12: 1043-1055.


HENN, JEANNE KOOPMAN


1985. [SOURCE: 1]
ECONOMIC TIES BETWEEN PEASANT AND WORKER: THE BETI WOMAN'S RURAL
LABOR AND THE URBAN WAGE. PP. 393-400. IN BARBIER, J. (ED.)
FEMMES DU CAMEROUN.


CAMEROON


INCOME
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
PRODUCTION
ECONOMICS


LABOR


PARIS: ORSTOM.

HENN, JEANNE KOOPMAN


1986. (SOURCE: 4]
INTRAHOUSEHOLD DYNAMICS AND STATE POLICIES AS CONSTRAINTS ON FOOD
PRODUCTION. PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCE ON GENDER ISSUES IN
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH AND EXTENSION, UNIV. OF FLORIDA-WIA,
GAINESVILLE, FL, FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 1.


CAMEROON


ENTRY # 354


POLICY
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
PRODUCTION


HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY # 349


PEASANTS


ENTRY # 353


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 60

HIGGINS, K.M.


1981. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN FARMERS AND THEIR TRAINING. AN EVALUATION OF A PROGRAMME OF
NON-FORMAL EDUCATION PROVIDED BY THE BOTSWANA MINISTRY OF
AGRICULTURE FOR WOMEN FARMERS. WORKING PAPER #39, NATIONAL
INSTITUTE OF DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL RESEARCH.
GOBORONE, BOTSWANA: UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BOTSWANA.


HILL, POLLY


[SOURCE: 1]


1969.
HIDDEN TRADE IN HAUSALAND.


NIGERIA


BOTSWANA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EVALUATION
SMALL FARMS
EXTENSION


EDUCATION


ENTRY # 356


MARKETING


MAN 4: 392-409.

HILL, POLLY


1975. (SOURCE: 1]
THE WEST AFRICAN FARMING HOUSEHOLD. PP. 119-136 IN GOODY, J.
(ED.) CHANGING SOCIAL STRUCTURE IN GHANA.


LONDON: IAI.

HIRSCHMANN, D.


GHANA


VAUGHAN, M.


1984. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN FARMERS OF MALAWI: FOOD PRODUCTION IN THE ZOMBA DISTRICT.


MALAWI


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
HOUSEHOLD
PRODUCTION


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ENTRY t 358


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
FOOD
PRODUCTION
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


BERKELEY, CA: INSTITUTE OF INTERNATIONAL STUDIES.


HIRSCHMANN, DAVID


1985. (SOURCE: 3]
BUREAUCRACY AND RURAL WOMEN: ILLUSTRATIONS FROM MALAWI.


RURAL AFRICANA 2 (WINTER) 51-63.

HIRSCHMANN, DAVID


MALAWI


POLICY
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
IMPACT
PLANNING


EDUCATION


VAUGHAN, M.


1983. [SOURCE: 1]
FOOD PRODUCTION AND INCOME GENERATION IN A MATRILINEAL SOCIETY:
RURAL WOMEN IN ZOMBA, MALAWI.


MALAWI


ENTRY t 360


HOUSEHOLD
INCOME GENERATION
PRODUCTION
FOOD


JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES 10:1: 86-99.


ENTRY 1 355


ENTRY t 357


EXTENSION


ENTRY f 359


COUNTRY


LABOR








AFRICA PAGE 61


HIU, P.


1978.
FOOD FARMING AND MIGRATION FROM FANTE VILLAGES.


[SOURCE: 1]


GHANA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
MIGRATION


AFRICA 48:3: 220-230.


HOLFORD, NICKY


ENTRY # 362


1981. [SOURCE: 1)
EASING THE BURDEN IN A DEVELOPING SOCIETY: A HOST OF GOOD
INTENTIONS.


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
PLANNING


NEW AFRICAN (DECEMBER): 39-40.


HOPKINS, NICHOLAS


ENTRY # 363


1982. [SOURCE: 4]
SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF AGRICULTURE IN AN EGYPTIAN VILLAGE.
PRESENTED AT THE AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION MEETINGS,
WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER.


HORN, NANCY


EGYPT


NKAMBULE-KANYIMA, BRENDA


1984. [SOURCE: 3]
RESOURCE GUIDE WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE: BOTSWANA. BEAN/COWPEA
COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH PROJECT SUPPORT PROGRAM (CRSP).


BOTSWANA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ENTRY I 364


PLANNING
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


EAST LANSING: MI: MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY.


HOSKINS, MARILYN W.


ET AL.


N.D.. [SOURCE: 1]
IS GENDER A RELEVANT VARIABLE? REPORT OF THE WORKING GROUP ON
WOMEN AND TENURE. FROM RAINTREE, J.B. (ED.) LAND, TREES AND
TENURE. PROCEEDINGS OF AN INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON LAND TENURE
AND AGROFORESTRY.
NAIROBI: ICRAF (FORTHCOMING).


HOSKINS, MARILYN W.


GUISSON, J.


1978. [SOURCE: 2]
SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN UPPER VOLTA: WOMEN'S
PERSPECTIVE.


WASHINGTON, D.C.: REGIONAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT SERVICES OFFICE,
WEST AFRICA/USAID.


BURKINA FASO


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ROLE
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY # 361


ENTRY # 365


HOUSEHOLD
AGROFORESTRY
GENDER


ENTRY # 366


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 62


HOWARD-MERRIAM, KATHLEEN


1986. [SOURCE: 4]
THE VILLAGE BANK REACHES THE FARM WOMAN: A CASE FROM EGYPT.
PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCE ON GENDER ISSUES IN FARMING SYSTEMS
RESEARCH AND EXTENSION, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA-WIA, GAINESVILLE,
FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 1.


EGYPT


CREDIT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


HUDGENS, ROBERT E.


ENTRY I 368


1986. (SOURCE: 1]
A DIAGNOSTIC SURVEY OF FEMALE HEADED HOUSEHOLDS IN THE CENTRAL
PROVINCE OF ZAMBIA. PP. 373-388. IN POATS, S., M. SCHMINK AND A.
SPRING (EDS.) GENDER ISSUES IN FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH AND
EXTENSION.
BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


ZAMBIA


HOUSEHOLD
FEMALE HEADS


HURLICK, S.


ENTRY 1 369


1966. (SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN IN ZAMBIA. RURAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE OF THE
CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY.


OTTAWA: CANADIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY.

IBRAHIM, F.N.

1982. [SOURCE: 1]
THE ROLE OF WOMEN PEASANTS IN THE PROCESS OF DESERTIFICATION IN
WESTERN SUDAN.


ZAMBIA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 370


SUDAN


NATURAL RESOURCES
WATER
ROLE
ENERGY


GEO JOURNAL 6:1: 25-30.


IGBEN, M.S. FAMOIRYE, S.
ADEYOKUNNO, T.
1977. [SOURCE: 3]
THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN MARKETING GARI AND PALM OIL IN SOME PARTS OF
NIGERIA: A CASE STUDY IN THE RURAL COMMUNITIES OF FASHOLA, IFE,
OKENE AND EHOR.

IBADAN: UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN.

INSTITUTE AFRICAIN POUR LE DEVELOPPEMENT ECONOMIOUE

1985. (SOURCE: 2]
FEMMES ET DEVELOPPEMENT: ANALYSE DU PROBLEM, CAS CONRETS
D'INITIATIVES.


DOCUMENTATION INSTITUTET AFRICAIN POUR LE DEVELOPPEMEENT
ECONOMIQUE ET SOCIAL, ABIDJAN, BURKINA FASO), UNNUMBERED.


ENTRY 1 371


NIGERIA


MARKETING
CASH CROPS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ECONOMICS


ENTRY 1 372


ECONOMICS
IMPACT
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY t 367


PEASANTS


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 63


INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE PAN AFRICAN

1980.
WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT: A SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY.


INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT


[SOURCE: 2]


BIBLIOGRAPHY
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE PAN AFRICAN INSTITUTE
FOR DEVELOPMENT.
INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE

1981. [SOURCE: 4]
FOOD POLICY ISSUES AND CONCERNS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA. PAPERS
PRESENTED AT CONFERENCE IN IBADAN, NIGERIA, FEBRUARY 9-11.


ENTRY # 374


POLICY
FOOD


INTERNATIONAL LABOR OFFICE


1971. [SOURCE: 2]
STATISTICAL DATA RELATING TO WOMEN'S PARTICIPATION IN ECONOMIC
ACTIVITY IN AFRICAN COUNTRIES.


STATISTICS
LABOR
ECONOMICS


INTEGRATION


GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOR OFFICE.


INTERNATIONAL LABOR OFFICE


SWEDISH INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY


1975. [SOURCE: 2]
REPORT ON ILO/ECA/YWCA/SIDA WORKSHOP ON PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN
HANDICRAFTS AND SMALL INDUSTRIES, KITWE, ZAMBIA, DECEMBER.


ENTRY # 376


INCOME GENERATION
INTEGRATION
INDUSTRY


GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOR OFFICE.


INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE


ENTRY # 377


1984.
RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND WOMEN IN AFRICA.



GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANIZATION.


INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE


(SOURCE: 1]


PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
INCOME GENERATION
RESETTLEMENT


MIGRATION


ENTRY 1 378


1984. [SOURCE: 2]
IMPROVED VILLAGE TECHNOLOGY FOR WOMEN'S ACTIVITIES: A MANUAL FOR
WEST AFRICA.


PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
TECHNOLOGY


GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOUR OFFICE.


ENTRY # 373


ENTRY # 375


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


PLANNING








AFRICA PAGE 64


INTERNATIONAL LIVESTOCK CENTRE FOR AFRICA


1984. [SOURCE: 4]
WORKSHOP ON WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE IN WEST AFRICA, IBADAN.
UNPUBLISHED PAPERS.


INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S TRIBUNE CENTER

1981.
INFORMATION KIT FOR WOMEN IN AFRICA.


LIVESTOCK
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY 1 380


[SOURCE: 2)


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
EDUCATION


ADDIS ABABA: UN ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFRICA.


ISAACMAN, BARBARA


1980.
MOZAMBIQUE: WOMEN, THE LAW AND AGRARIAN REFORM.


[SOURCE: 2]


MOZAMBIQUE


AGRARIAN REFORM
LAW
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ADDIS ABABAA, ETHIOPIA: AFRICAN TRAINING AND RESEARCH CENTER FOR
WOMEN, UN ECONOMIC COMMISSION ON AFRICA.
ISHAK, Y. ET AL.

1985. [SOURCE: 2]
ROLE OF WOMEN IN FIELD CROPS PRODUCTION AND RELATED INFORMATION.
EMCIP PUBLICATION 191.


TUCSON, AZ: CONSORTIUM FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT; WASHINGTON,
D.C.: AGENCY FOR INTER. DEVEL.; EGYPT: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.
ISIKDAQ, FATMA

1985. (SOURCE: 4]
THE IMPACT OF MALE MIGRATION ON WOMEN'S AGRICULTURAL WORK. THE
GEZIRA SCHEME, SUDAN. PRESENTED AT THE ANNUAL AFRICAN STUDIES
ASSOCIATION MEETINGS, NEW ORLEANS, NOVEMBER.


ENTRY 1 382


EGYPT


PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
ROLE


ENTRY 1 383


SUDAN


IMPACT
MIGRATION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ISIKDAQ, FATMA


1985.
WOMEN AS
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WEALTH.


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THE CAPTIVE LABOR FORCE: THE GEZIRA SCHEME, SUDAN. PP.
IN CALLING, R.S. AND A. SPRING (EDS.) WOMEN CREATING


SUDAN


HOUSEHOLD
LABOR
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


WASHINGTON, D.C.: ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT.


ENTRY # 379


STEPHEN, JUNE


ENTRY 1 381


ENTRY # 386


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 65

JACKSON, CECILE


1985. [SOURCE: 1]
THE KANO RIVER IRRIGATION PROJECT. WOMEN'S ROLES AND GENDER
DIFFERENCES IN DEVELOPMENT. CASES FOR PLANNERS #4.


WEST HARTFORD, CT: KUMARIAN PRESS.


JACOBS, S.


1986. (SOURCE: 1]
WITHOUT FOOD THERE IS NO LOVE: WOMEN AND LAND RESETTLEMENT IN
ZIMBABWE. PAPER PRESENTED TO THE REVIEW OF AFRICAN POLITICAL
ECONOMY CONFERENCE, LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND. (FORTHCOMING IN MALE BIAS
IN DEVELOPMENT POLICY, D. ELSON (ED.) MANCHESTER: U.P.


JACOBS, SUSIE


ZIMBABWE


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
GENDER
IRRIGATION
POLICY


PLANNING


ENTRY # 386


FOOD
PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
LAND TENURE


RESETTLEMENT


ENTRY # 387


1984.
WOMEN AND LAND RESETTLEMENT IN ZIMBABWE.


REVIEW OF AFRICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY 27/28: 33-50.

JANELID, INGRID


1971. [SOURCE: 2]
THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC ROLE OF FARM WOMEN IN AGRICULTURAL AND
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN WEST AFRICA. PREPARED FOR WEST AFRICAN
CONFERENCE ON AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION AT THE INTERMEDIATE LEVEL,
ZARIA, NIGERIA.
ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.


JANELID, INGRID


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THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN NIGERIAN AGRICULTURE. UNPUBLISHED MONOGRAPH.


NIGERIA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
SMALL FARMS
ROLE
FAO

WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY # 389


ROLE
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
CASH CROPS


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.

JAQUETTE, JANE

1985. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN, POPULATION AND FOOD: AN OVERVIEW OF THE ISSUES. PP. 1-10.
IN MONSON, J. AND M. KALB (EDS.) WOMEN AS FOOD PRODUCERS.


LOS ANGELES, CA: UCLA AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER, AFRICAN STUDIES
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[SOURCE: 1]


ZIMBABWE


RESETTLEMENT
LAND TENURE


ENTRY 3 388


ENTRY 3 390


POLICY
PRODUCTION
POPULATION


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 66


JELENIK, N.E.


ET AL.


1981. (SOURCE: 3]
A PAIN IN THE NECK: THE FIREWOOD SITUATION IN SOUTH-WESTERN
KGATLENG, BOTSWANA. RESEARCH NOTES #5, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF
DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL RESEARCH.

BOTSWANA: UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BOTSWANA.

JIGGINS, JANICE

1980. [SOURCE: 3]
FEMALE HEADED HOUSEHOLDS: MPIKA SAMPLE, NORTHERN PROVINCE.
RURAL DEVELOPMENT STUDIES BUREAU OCCASIONAL SEMINAR 5, MAY 21,
UNPUBLISHED.


LUSAKA, ZAMBIA: UNIVERSITY OF ZAMBIA.


JIGGINS, JANICE


1980. [SOURCE: 2]
BASIC NEEDS: DOUBTS AND QUERIES CONCERNING THE WISDOM OF ADOPTING
A BASIC NEEDS APPROACH TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUBSISTENCE
CULTIVATORS IN THE LESS ACCESSIBLE AREAS OF ZAMBIA. DISCUSSION
PAPER.
LUSAKA, ZAMBIA: INTERNATIONAL LABOR ORGANIZATION, RURAL
DEVELOPMENT STUDIES BUREAU.
JIGGINS, JANICE

1980. [SOURCE: 4]
FEMALE-HEADED HOUSEHOLDS AMONG SUBSISTENCE CULTIVATORS IN THE
CENTRAL AND NORTHERN PROVINCES OF ZAMBIA. PAPER PRESENTED AT THE
WORKSHOP ON WOMEN IN AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION IN EASTERN AND
SOUTHERN AFRICA, NAIROBI, APRIL 9-11.


ZAMBIA


EVALUATION
HOUSEHOLD
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


SUBSISTENCE


ENTRY t 394


ZAMBIA


FEMALE HEADS
SUBSISTENCE
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION


HOUSEHOLD


JIGGINS, JANICE


1984. [SOURCE: 4]
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH: DO ANY OF THE 'FSR' MODELS OFFER A
POSITIVE CAPACITY FOR ADDRESSING WOMEN'S AGRICULTURAL NEEDS?
WORKING PAPER NO. 4, DRAFT 1, CGIAR IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY.



JOHNSON, CHERYL

1981. [SOURCE: 4]
GRASSROOTS ORGANIZING: WOMEN IN ANTI-COLONIAL ACTIVITY IN SOUTH
WESTERN NIGERIA. PRESENTED AT 24TH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE AFRICAN
STUDIES ASSOCIATION, BLOOMNGTON, IN, OCT. 21-24.


THEORY
FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
HOUSEHOLD
GENDER


METHODOLOGY


ENTRY 8 396


NIGERIA


ORGANIZATIONS
MARKETING
HISTORY


POLITICS


BOTSWANA


ENTRY 1 391


ENERGY


ZAMBIA


ENTRY I 392


HOUSEHOLD
PRODUCTION
ROLE


FEMALE HEADS


ENTRY I 393


ENTRY I 395


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 67

JONES, CHRISTINE


1981. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN'S LEGAL ACCESS TO LAND. PP. 196-238. IN UNITED AGENCY FOR
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, INVISIBLE FARMERS: WOMEN AND THE
CRISIS IN AGRICULTURE.

WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT, OFFICE OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT.
JONES, CHRISTINE

1986. (SOURCE: 1]
INTRA-HOUSEHOLD BARGAINING IN RESPONSE TO THE INTRODUCTION OF NEW
CROPS: A CASE STUDY FROM NORTH CAMEROON. PP. 105-123 IN MOOCK,
J.L. (ED.) UNDERSTANDING AFRICA'S RURAL HOUSEHOLDS AND FARMING
SYSTEMS.
BOULDER: WESTVIEW PRESS.


LAW
STATUS
LAND TENURE
ACCESS TO RESOURCES

WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 398


CAMEROON


HOUSEHOLD
CASH CROPS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH


JONES, CHRISTINE W.


1983. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN'S LABOR ALLOCATION AND IRRIGATED RICE PRODUCTION IN NORTH
CAMEROON. INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMISTS
OCCASIONAL PAPER 13: 172-177.


CAMEROON


IRRIGATION
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
RICE


BROOKFIELD, VT: GROWER PUBLISHING CO., LTD.

JONES, CHRISTINE W.


ENTRY # 400


1983. [SOURCE: 2]
THE IMPACT OF THE SEMRY I IRRIGATED RICE PRODUCTION AND
CONSUMPTION AT THE HOUSEHOLD LEVEL.


WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT, BUREAU FOR PROGRAM & POLICY COORDINATION.
JONES, CHRISTINE W.

1985. [SOURCE: 1]
THE MOBILIZATION OF WOMEN'S LABOR FOR CASH CROP PRODUCTION: A
GAME THEORETIC APPROACH. PP. 445-454. IN IRRI (ED.) WOMEN IN RICE
FARMING.


BROOKFIELD, VT: GOWER PUBLISHING CO.


JULES-ROSETTE, BENNETTA


1982. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN'S WORK IN THE INFORMAL SECTOR: A ZAMBIAN CASE STUDY. WOMEN
IN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKING PAPER #3.


IMPACT
DISTRIBUTION
IRRIGATION
HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY # 401


CAMEROON


ZAMBIA


FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
RICE
LABOR
METHODOLOGY


CASH CROPS


ENTRY # 402


INFORMAL SECTOR
LABOR
ROLE


EAST LANSING, MI: MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY.


ENTRY # 397


ENTRY # 399


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 68

KABERRY, PHYLLIS.


1952. [SOURCE: 11
WOMEN OF THE GRASSFIELDS: A STUDY OF THE ECONOMIC POSITION OF
WOMEN IN BAMENDA, BRITISH CAMEROONS. COLONIAL RESEARCH
PUBLICATION NO. 14


LONDON: HER MAJESTY'S STATIONARY OFFICE.


CAMEROON


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
STATUS


ECONOMICS


ENTRY I 404


KAJUMULO, ANNA


1979. [SOURCE: 4]
WHO RUNS SMALLHOLDER AGRICULTURE IN EAST AFRICA? UNPUBLISHED.
UNIVERSITY OF UPPSALA, SWEDEN.


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
SMALL FARMS


KAMUZORA, C.L.

1984. [SOURCE: 1]
HIGH FERTILITY AND THE DEMAND FOR LABOUR IN PEASANT ECONOMIES:
CASE OF BUKOBA DISTRICT, TANZANIA.


DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE 15:1: 105-124.


KANTARA, COULIBALY EMILIE


1986. [SOURCE: 1]
TRAINING OF RURAL WOMEN WITH THE STOCK-FARMING DEVELOPMENT
PROJECT IN WESTERN SAHEL. PP. 117-132. IN CREEVEY, L. (ED.) WOMEN
FARMERS IN AFRICA.


EDUCATION
LIVESTOCK
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


SYRACUSE, NY: SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY PRESS.


KANUFWA, F.D.


ENTRY 1 407


1982. [SOURCE: 1]
CONTRIBUTION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS TO RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN NDOLA RURAL
EAST.


JOURNAL OF ADULT EDUCATION (ZAMBIA UNIVERSITY) 1:1: 42-54.


KARANJA, WAMBUI


1982. [SOURCE: 4]
MARKET WOMEN (NIGERIA). PREPARED FOR ROCKEFELLER FOUNDATION
CONFERENCE ON WOMEN AND INCOME CONTROL, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY,
OCTOBER.


NIGERIA


ZAMBIA


ORGANIZATIONS
EDUCATION
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY t 408


MARKETING


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY 1 403


TANZANIA


ENTRY f 405


LABOR
POPULATION
PEASANTS


REPRODUCTION


ENTRY I 406








AFRICA PAGE 69


ENTRY # 409


1980. [SOURCE: 3]
RURAL FEMALE ROLES: SOME REFLECTIONS. WORKING PAPER #142.


NAIROBI, KENYA: INSTITUTE OF AFRICAN STUDIES, UNIVERSITY OF
NAIROBI.
KAYUNI, FRIEDA

1982. (SOURCE: 3)
AN AGRICULTURAL REFRESHER COURSE FOR FEMALE EXTENSION WORKERS IN
LILONGWE AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT DIVISION. WIADP, FEBRUARY.


KENYA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
ROLE


ENTRY I 410


MALAWI


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION
EDUCATION


LILONGWE, MALAWI: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.


KAYUNI, FRIEDA


1983. [SOURCE: 3]
AN EVALUATION OF WOMEN'S PROGRAMAMES IN KARONGA AGRICULTURE
DEVELOPMENT DIVISION (KRADD). HOW KRADD SECTIONS AND PROJECTS CAN
INCORPORATE MORE WOMEN FARMERS IN THEIR PROGRAMS. WIADP, FIRST
DRAFT, JULY.
LILONGWE, MALAWI: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.


KAYUNI, FRIEDA


1983. [SOURCE: 3]
AN EVALUATION OF WOMEN'S PROGRAMMES IN MZUZU AGRICULTURAL
DEVELOPMENT DIVISION (MZADDO). HOW MZADD SECTIONS AND PROJECTS
CAN INCORPORATE MORE WOMEN IN THEIR PROGRAMS. WIADP, FIRST DRAFT,
JULY.
LILONGWE, MALAWI: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.


KEBEDE, HANNA


MALAWI


MALAWI


EVALUATION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION


INTEGRATION


ENTRY # 412


EXTENSION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EVALUATION


INTEGRATION


ENTRY 1 413


1978. [SOURCE: 2]
IMPROVING VILLAGE WATER SUPPLY IN ETHIOPIA: A CASE STUDY OF
SOCIO-ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS.


ADDIS ABABA: UN ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFRICA.


KELLER, B.


1986. [SOURCE: 1]
DEVELOPMENT FOR RURAL ZAMBIAN WOMEN. PP. 29-37. IN FAO TRAINING
FOR AGRICULTURE AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT NO. 38.


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL
DEVELOPMENT SERIES.


ZAMBIA


EXTENSION
SMALL FARMS
INTEGRATION


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 411


ETHIOPIA


WATER
SOCIAL CHANGE
ECONOMICS


ENTRY 1 414


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


KAYERE, J.








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 70

KELLER, BONNIE


1984. [SOURCE: 4]
AN INVOLVEMENT OF CURRENT EFFORTS TO INTEGRATE ZAMBIAN WOMEN IN
DEVELOPMENT. UNPUBLISHED PAPER.


LUSAKA, ZAMBIA: UNIVERSITY OF ZAMBIA.


KENNEDY, EILEEN


ZAMBIA


COGILL, B.


1985. [SOURCE: 4]
EFFECTS OF COMMERCIALIZATION OF AGRICULTURE AND WOMEN'S DECISION
MAKING AND TIME ALLOCATION. PRESENTED AT THE SECOND ANNUAL
ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT MEETINGS, WASHINGTON, D.C..,
APRIL 26.


KENYA, REPUBLIC OF


1982.
NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION PROJECT.


[SOURCE: 3]


KENYA


EVALUATION
INTEGRATION
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

ENTRY 1 416


TIME ALLOCATION
MODERNIZATION
DECISION-MAKING


MARKETING


ENTRY t 417


EXTENSION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


NAIROBI: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.

KERSHAW, GREET


1975. [SOURCE: 3]
DECISION MAKING IN THE MODERN KIKUYU FAMILY. UNPUBLISHED PAPER,
DEPT. OF ANTHROPOLOGY, CALIFORNIA STATE UNIV., LONG BEACH,
CALIFORNIA, OCTOBER.


KERSHAW, GREET


KENYA


DECISION-MAKING
HOUSEHOLD
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY I 419


1976. [SOURCE: 1)
THE CHANGING ROLES OF MEN AND WOMEN IN THE KIKUYU FAMILY OF
SOCIOECONOMIC STRATA.


RURAL AFRICANA: 29(WINTER): 173-194.


KENYA


KERVEN, CAROL


1979.
URBAN AND RURAL FEMALE-HEADED
AGRICULTURE.


(SOURCE: 3]
HOUSEHOLDS DEPENDENCE ON


BOTSWANA


ROLE
HISTORY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
HOUSEHOLD

SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR

ENTRY 1 420

WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
FEMALE HEADS


GABORONE, BOTSWANA: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE


ENTRY I 415


ENTRY t 418


COUNTRY








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 71

KERVEN, CAROL


ED. 1982. [SOURCE: 3]
MIGRATION IN BOTSWANA; PATTERNS, CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES. FINAL
REPORT OF THE NATIONAL MIGRATION STUDY, VOLUMES 1,2,3.


GABORONE, BOTSWANA: CENTRAL STATISTICS OFFICE, MINISTRY OF
FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT PLANNING.
KHALIL, SAAD EL DIN MOHAMED

1980. [SOURCE: 4]
A SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASSESSMENT OF FAMILY LABOUR SUPPLY IN NEW HALFA
IRRIGATED SCHEME. BULLETIN #86.


KHARTOUM: ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL.

KHARAS, PURVEEN

1978. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT--AFRICA: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.


BOTSWANA


IMPACT
MIGRATION
ROLE


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 422


SUDAN


LABOR
IRRIGATION
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
EVALUATION


HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY # 423


BIBLIOGRAPHY
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.

KI-ZERBO, JACQUELINE

1981.
WOMEN AND THE ENERGY CRISIS IN THE SAHEL.


ENTRY # 424


[SOURCE: 1]


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
ENERGY


UNASYLVA 33:133: 5-10.

KI-ZERBO, JACQUELINE


ENTRY # 425


1986. [SOURCE: 1]
APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGIES FOR WOMEN OF THE SAHEL. PP. 167-178. IN
CREEVEY, L.C. (ED.) WOMEN FARMERS IN AFRICA.


TECHNOLOGY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


SYRACUSE, N.Y.: SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY PRESS.


KIDD, JUDITH L.

1982.
BASOTHO WOMEN IN
INTEGRATED RURAL
AL. (EDS.) WOMEN


ENTRY i 426


[SOURCE: 1]
AGRICULTURE: A LOOK AT THE IHABA-TSEKA
DEVELOPMENT PROJECT. PP. 195-202. IN STOCK ET
IN NATURAL RESOURCES.


LESOTHO


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
INTEGRATION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


MOSCOW, IDAHO: UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO.


ENTRY I 421


COUNTRY








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 72

KIGUTHA, HILDA


1986. [SOURCE: 4]
THE WOMAN TO WOMAN APPROACH IN EXTENSION: THE KENYA APPROACH.
PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCE ON GENDER ISSUES IN FARMING SYSTEMS
RESEARCH AND EXTENSION, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA-WIA, GAINESVILLE,
FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 1.


KING, ELIZABETH


1986. [SOURCE: 4]
DIVISION OF LABOR AND FARM PRODUCTIVITY IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA.
PRESENTED AT THE CONFERENCE ON GENDER ISSUES IN FARMING SYSTEMS
RESEARCH AND EXTENSION, UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA-WIA, GAINESVILLE,
FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 26-MARCH 1.


KLERK, M. DE


KENYA


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
EXTENSION


ENTRY i 428


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
PRODUCTION


ENTRY 1 429


1984. [SOURCE: 1]
SEASONS THAT WILL NEVER RETURN: THE IMPACT OF FARM MECHANIZATION
ON EMPLOYMENT, INCOMES AND POPULATION DISTRIBUTION IN THE
WESTERN TRANSVAAL.


JOURNAL OF SOUTHERN AFRICAN STUDIES 11:1: 84-105.

KNEERIM, JILL


1980. [SOURCE: 1]
VILLAGE WOMEN ORGANIZE: THE MRARU BUS SERVICE. SEEDS.



NEW YORK: CARNEGIE CORPORATION, FORD FOUNDATION, OXFAM-AMERICA,
POPULATION COUNCIL, USAID/OWID.
KOENIG, DOLORES

1979. [SOURCE: 4]
CONSTRAINTS ON THE ADOPTION OF AGRICULTURAL EQUIPMENT IN THE
REGION OF KITA, MALI. PAPER PRESENTED AT THE MEETINGS OF THE
SOCIETY OF APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY, MARCH 15-17, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
DRAFT.


KOENIG, DOLORES


1980. [SOURCE: 4]
HOUSEHOLD BEHAVIOR IN THE REGION OF KITA AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO
AGRICULTURAL CHANGE. PAPER PRESENTED AT THE WORKSHOP ON SAHELIAN
AGRICULTURE, MAY, DEPT. OF AGRICULTURAL ECONOMICS, PURDUE UNIV.


ORGANIZATIONS







ENTRY I 431


TECHNOLOGY
IMPACT


ENTRY t 432


HOUSEHOLD
MODERNIZATION
IMPACT


ENTRY I 427


SOUTH AFRICA


FEMALE HEADS
POPULATION
IMPACT
EMPLOYMENT


TECHNOLOGY


ENTRY t 430


COUNTRY








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 73

KOENIG, DOLORES


1982. [SOURCE: 4]
SOCIAL STRATIFICATION AND WOMEN'S WORK IN THE RURAL MALIAN
HOUSEHOLD. PRESENTED AT THE 81ST AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL
ASSOCIATION MEETINGS, WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER.


KOENIG, DOLORES


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
HOUSEHOLD
STATUS


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ENTRY # 434


1983. [SOURCE: 4]
A RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECT IN MALI: WOMEN, WORK AND ENERGY USE IN
THE REGION OF SAN. PRESENTED AT THE ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN IN
DEVELOPMENT MEETINGS, WASHINGTON, D.C., OCTOBER.


KONTER, J.H.


1980. [SOURCE: 1]
THE DETERIORATING POSITION OF AFRICAN WOMEN IN THE DEVELOPMENT
FROM A SUBSISTENCE ECONOMY TOWARD A MARKET ECONOMY. IN PRESVELOU,
C. (ED.) THE HOUSEHOLD.

WAGENINGEN, THE NETHERLANDS: H. VEENMAN AND B.V. ZONEN.


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
ENERGY
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ENTRY # 435


IMPACT
SUBSISTENCE
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
MARKETING


ECONOMICS


KOSSOUDJI, SHERRIE


MUELLER, EVA


1983. [SOURCE: 1]
THE ECONOMIC AND DEMOGRAPHIC STATUS OF FEMALE HEADED HOUSEHOLDS
IN RURAL BOTSWANA.


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND CULTURAL CHANGE 31:4: 831-860.


KRANZ, JUTTA


FIEGE, KAREN


1983.
WORK NEVER ENDS: PROBLEMS OF WOMEN IN THE FARM
IVORY COAST.


[SOURCE: 1]
ECONOMY OF THE


IVORY COAST


DEVELOPMENT AND COOPERATION 6: 12-13.


KRATOCHVIL, LAURA


SHAW, SHAUNA


1974.
AFRICAN WOMEN: A SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY.


[SOURCE: 3)


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
SMALL FARMS
ROLE
ECONOMICS

SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ENTRY # 438


BIBLIOGRAPHY


CAMBRIDGE: CENTER FOR AFRICAN STUDIES, CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY.


ENTRY # 433


BOTSWANA


ENTRY # 436


POPULATION
FEMALE HEADS
DEMOGRAPHY


STATUS


ENTRY # 437


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 74


KROGH, E.


ED. 1983. [SOURCE: 2]
PAPERS PRESENTED AT THE SEMINAR ON METHODOLOGY, JUNE 28-29.
(METHODS WITHIN DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH). SEMINAR PAPERS tB.83.5.


DENMARK: CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH.


KRUKS, SONIA


KENYA
INDIA


WISNER, BEN


1981. [SOURCE: 4]
THE STATE, THE PARTY, AND THE FEMALE PEASANTRY IN MOZAMBIQUE.



MAPUTO: EDUARDO MONDLANE UNIVERSITY.

KUMWENDA, A.S.

N.D.. [SOURCE: 3]
WOMEN IN RICE FARMING: THE MALAWI EXPERIENCE. ORIGINAL DRAFT.


MOZAMBIQUE


HEALTH
METHODOLOGY
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
PEASANTS


PRODUCTION


ENTRY # 440


PEASANTS
ROLE
STATUS
POLITICS


POLICY


ENTRY # 441


MALAWI


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
RICE


SALIMA, MALAWI: LIFUWU RICE RESEARCH STATION.

LADIPO, PATRICIA

1981. (SOURCE: 1]
DEVELOPING WOMEN'S COOPERATIVES: AN EXPERIMENT IN RURAL NIGERIA.



JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENT STUDIES 17:3: 123-137.

LANCASTER, CHET S.

1976. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN, HORTICULTURE, AND SOCIETY IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA.


AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 78: 539-564.


LANCASTER, CHET S.


1977. [SOURCE: 1]
CULTIVATION INTENSIVENESS, POPULATION AND WOMEN'S STATUS.


ENTRY 1 442


NIGERIA


COOPERATIVES


ENTRY t 443


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
HORTICULTURE
STATUS


SOCIAL CHANGE


ENTRY I 444


MODERNIZATION
STATUS
POPULATION


AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGIST 79: 910-911.


ENTRY t 439


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY


PRODUCTION








AFRICA PAGE 75

LANCASTER, CHET S.


1981. [SOURCE: 1]
THE GOBA OF THE ZAMBEZI: SEX ROLES, ECONOMICS AND CHANGE.


NORMAN, OK: OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY PRESS.


ROLE
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
MODERNIZATION
ECONOMICS


SOCIAL CHANGE


LAND TENURE CENTER LIBRARY


ENTRY # 446


BIBLIOGRAPHY
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


1971. [SOURCE: 3]
RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA: A BIBLIOGRAPHY (PART I: GENERAL,
CENTRAL, EAST; PART II: NORTH, SOUTH, WEST).


MADISON, WI: UNIV. OF WISCONSIN LAND TENURE CENTER LIBRARY.


LANGTON, PATTI


ENTRY # 447


1984. [SOURCE: 1]
VULNERABLE BREADWINNERS: LARIM WOMEN IN EAST AFRICA.


MARKETING


THE IDRC REPORTS 13:2 (JULY).


LAWSON, ROWENA M.


ENTRY # 448


1976. [SOURCE: 1]
THE CHANGING ROLE OF WOMEN IN FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL MARKETING.


FOOD
MARKETING
ROLE


CULTURES ET DEVELOPPEMENT 8:4: 595-606.


LELE, UMA


ENTRY I 449


1975. (SOURCE: 2]
THE DESIGN OF RURAL DEVELOPMENT: LESSONS FROM AFRICA.



WASHINGTON, D.C.: INTERNATIONAL BANK FOR RECONSTRUCTION AND
DEVELOPMENT.
LEONARD, G.N.

1983. [SOURCE: 1]
REACHING THE PEASANT FARMER: ORGANIZATION, THEORY AND PRACTICE IN
KENYA.


CREDIT
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
POLICY
EXTENSION


PLANNING


ENTRY # 450


KENYA


EXTENSION
PEASANTS
SMALL FARMS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


CHICAGO: UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO PRESS.


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


ENTRY # 445


THEORY








AFRICA PAGE 76


LEONDARD, D.K. KIMENYE, D.
MUZAALE, P. ET AL.
1982. (SOURCE: 3)
AN EVALUATION OF THE COMPONENTS NEEDED TO IMPROVE THE PERFORMANCE
OF KENYA'S AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE. MIMEO. REPORT TO THE
MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, NAIROBI.


NAIROBI: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.

LEVINE, ROBERT

1966.
SEX ROLES AND ECONOMIC CHANGE IN AFRICA.


[SOURCE: 1]


ENTRY # 451


KENYA


EXTENSION
EVALUATION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 452


KENYA
SOUTH AFRICA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
MIGRATION
GENDER


ETHNOLOGY 5, APPENDIX 66: 186-193.

LEWIS, BARBARA C.

1976. [SOURCE: 4]
FEMALE STRATEGIES AND PUBLIC GOODS: MARKET WOMEN IN THE IVORY
COAST. PREPARED FOR CONFERENCE ON WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT,
WELLESLEY COLLEGE, WELLESLEY, MA, JUNE 2-6. DRAFT, NOT FOR
CITATION.


LEWIS, BARBARA C.

1976. (SOURCE: 1]
THE LIMITATIONS OF GROUP ACTION AMONG ENTREPRENEURS: THE MARKET
WOMEN OF ABIDJAN, IVORY COAST. PP. 135-136. IN HAFKIN, N.J. AND
BAY, E.G. (EDS.) WOMEN IN AFRICA.


STANFORD: STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS.


LEWIS, BARBARA C.


1984. [SOURCE: 4]
BUREAUCRATIC ACTORS AND WOMEN FARMERS: FOOD PRODUCTION POLICY IN
CENTER PROVINCE, CAMEROON. WORKING DRAFT. PAPER PRESENTED AT THE
AFRICAN STUDIES ASSOCIATION MEETINGS, LOS ANGELES, OCTOBER.


CAMEROON


POLICY
PLANNING
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
PRODUCTION


ENTRY # 456


LINARES, OLGA F.


1970. [SOURCE: 1]
AGRICULTURE AND DIOLA SOCIETY. CH. 6. IN PETER MCLOUGHLIN (ED.)
AFRICAN FOOD PRODUCTION SYSTEMS.


SENEGAL


FARMING SYSTEMS RESEARCH
RICE
ROLE


BALTIMORE, MD: JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY PRESS.


ECONOMICS


ENTRY 1 453


IVORY COAST


MARKETING


IVORY COAST


ENTRY I 454


MARKETING
ORGANIZATIONS


ENTRY I 455


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 77

LINARES, OLGA F.


1981. [SOURCE: 1]
FROM TIDAL SWAMP TO INLAND VALLEY: ON THE SOCIAL ORGANIZATION OF
WET RICE CULTIVATION AMONG THE DIOLA OF SENEGAL.


AFRICA 51:2: 557-594.


LITTLE, PETER D.


1982.
WOMEN AS OL PAYAN (ELDER):
AMONG THE SEMI-PASTORAL IL


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THE SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS OF WIDOWS
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BINGHAMPTON, NY: INSTITUTE FOR DEVELOPMENT ANTHROPOLOGY.


LONGHURST, RICHARD


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NIGERIA


NEW YORK: PRAEGER


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ENTRY # 459


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
IMPACT


ACCESS TO RESOURCES


LOOSE, EDNA


ENTRY # 460


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WOMEN'S TIME BUDGETING IN RURAL SENEGAL. PRESENTED AT THE
WORKSHOP ON SAHELIAN AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURAL
ECONOMICS, PURDUE UNIVERSITY, MAY.


LYNCH, PATRICIA D.


SENEGAL


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
TIME ALLOCATION
HOUSEHOLD


FAHMY, HODA


1984. [SOURCE: 2]
CRAFTSWOMEN IN KERDASSA, EGYPT. HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTION AND
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ENTRY # 461


EGYPT


GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOR OFFICE.

MACCORMACK, CAROL P.


1982. [SOURCE: 11
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INCOME
REPRODUCTION
HOUSEHOLD


PRODUCTION


ENTRY # 462


SIERRA LEONE


LABOR
HOUSEHOLD
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS.


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS


SENEGAL


ENTRY # 457


RICE
ROLE
ORGANIZATIONS


KENYA


ENTRY 1 458


ROLE
HOUSEHOLD
LIVESTOCK
STATUS


LAND TENURE








AFRICA PAGE 78


MACFADDEN, P.

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FEMALE EMPLOYMENT IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY IN SWAZILAND. PRESENTED AT
DAG HAMMARSKJOLD FOUNDATION/AAWORD SEMINAR, ANOTHER DEVELOPMENT
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MACFADDEN, P.

1982. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN IN WAGE-LABOR IN SWAZILAND: A FOCUS ON AGRICULTURE.



SOUTH AFRICAN LABOR BULLETIN 7:6/7: 140-166.

MACKINTOSH, MAUREEN M.

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SEXUAL CONTRADICTION AND LABOUR CONFLICTS ON A WEST AFRICAN
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MADSEN, BIRGIT


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WOMEN MOBILIZATION AND WOMEN INTEGRATION IN TANZANIA.


TANZANIA


ENTRY I 463


SWAZILAND


FOOD
EMPLOYMENT
INDUSTRY


ENTRY 1 464


SWAZILAND


LAND TENURE
LABOR
INCOME


EMPLOYMENT


ENTRY I 465


LABOR
AGRIBUSINESS
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


ENTRY 1 466


SOCIALISM
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
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COPENHAGEN: CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH.


MAHER, VANESSA


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LONDON AND NEW YORK: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS.


MAHER, VANESSA


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LONDON: CSE BOOKS.


ORGANIZATIONS


MOROCCO


ENTRY 1 467


ROLE
LAND TENURE


MOROCCO


ENTRY t 468


HOUSEHOLD
THEORY
LABOR


STATUS


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 79


MALAWI MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE

1981. [SOURCE: 3]
MALAWI RURAL ENERGY SURVEY.



LILONGWE, MALAWI: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE ENERGY UNIT, MALAWI.

MALAWI MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE

1983. [SOURCE: 3]
REACHING FEMALE FARMERS THROUGH MALE EXTENSION WORKERS.
EXTENSION AIDS CIRCULAR NO 2/83.


ENTRY # 469


MALAWI


HOUSEHOLD
ENERGY


ENTRY # 470


MALAWI


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EXTENSION
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LILONGWE, MALAWI: MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE.


MAMMER, T.


ENTRY # 471


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WOOD FOR FUEL. ENERGY CRISIS IMPLYING DESERTIFICATION. THE CASE
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NORWAY: DERAP PUBLICATION, CHR. MICHELSON INSTITUTE.


MANSFIELD HIGGINS, KATHLEEN


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REPORT OF A CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT PROJECT, NON-FORMAL EDUCATION
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BOTSWANA MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE: UNIV. COLLEGE OF BOTSWANA.

MARSHALL, MARION

1983. [SOURCE: 3]
A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WOMEN IN THE ARAB WORLD WITH
PARTICULAR EMPHASIS ON MOROCCO. WOMEN AND INTERNATIONAL
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MINNEAPOLIS, MN: UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA.


BOTSWANA


SUDAN


NATURAL RESOURCES
ENERGY


ENTRY 1 472


EDUCATION
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY 1 473


MOROCCO


STATUS
ROLE
BIBLIOGRAPHY


MBILINYI, MARJORIE


1980. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN AND DEVELOPMENT IN TANZANIA: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY.
BIBLIOGRAPHY SERIES 2.


ADDIS ABABA, ETHIOPIA: UN ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFRICA.


ENTRY # 474


TANZANIA


BIBLIOGRAPHY
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


MASCARENHAS, OPHELIA


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY







KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 80

MAX-FORSON, MARGARET


1979. (SOURCE: 2]
PROGRESS AND OBSTACLES IN ACHIEVING THE MINIMUM OBJECTIVES OF THE
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WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
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ADDIS ABABA: UN ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFRICA.


MBILINYI, M.


ENTRY I 476


1982. [SOURCE: 2]
WOMEN IN THE RURAL DEVELOPMENT OF MBEYA REGION. REPORT PREPARED
FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF TANZANIA/FAO MBEYA RIDEP PROJECT. MIMEO.


ROME: FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION.

MBILINYI, M.

1988. (SOURCE: 1]
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DAR ES SALAAM: DAR ES SALAAM UNIVERSITY PRESS.


MALAWI









TANZANIA


EXTENSION
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
INTERNATIONAL AID
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT

WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

ENTRY 1 477

REPRODUCTION
LABOR
SOCIAL CHANGE


HISTORY


ENTRY # 478


TANZANIA


LABOR
AGROINDUSTRY
PEASANTS
SOCIAL CHANGE


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE

ENTRY t 479


MBILINYI, MARJORIE


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THE PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN AFRICAN ECONOMIES. ECONOMIC
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INTEGRATION
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MBILINYI, MARJORIE


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BARRIERS TO THE FULL PARTICIPATION OF WOMEN IN THE SOCIALIST
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TANZANIA


ENTRY 1 480


MIGRATION
HOUSEHOLD
SOCIALISM


INTEGRATION


ENTRY # 475


COUNTRY






KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 81

MBILINYI, MARJORIE


1988.
AGRIBUSINESS AND WOMEN PEASANTS IN TANZANIA.


DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE 19: 549-583.


MBILINYI, MARJORIE


[SOURCE: 1]


TANZANIA


BRYCESON, DEBORAH


PRODUCTION
AGRIBUSINESS
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
LABOR


PEASANTS


ENTRY # 482


1979. [SOURCE: 4]
FROM PEASANTS TO PROLETARIANS: THE CHANGING ROLE OF WOMEN IN
PRODUCTION. PRESENTED AT IDS CONFERENCE NO. 133, THE CONTINUING
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SEPTEMBER.


MBITHI, P.M.


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KENYA


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WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
PEASANTS
PRODUCTION


PROLETARIANIZATION


ENTRY # 483


EXTENSION
TECHNOLOGY
EVALUATION
IMPACT


NAIROBI: EAST AFRICAN LITERATURE BUREAU.


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


MCCAFFREY, KATHLEEN


1978. (SOURCE: 2]
IMAGES OF WOMEN IN THE LITERATURE OF SELECTED DEVELOPING
COUNTRIES (GHANA, SENEGAL, HAITI, JAMAICA).


WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT, OFFICE OF WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT.
MCCALL, MICHAEL

1987. (SOURCE: 1)
CARRYING HEAVIER BURDENS BUT CARRYING LESS WEIGHT: SOME
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ALBANY: STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK PRESS.


GHANA
SENEGAL
HAITI


ROLE
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY # 485


TANZANIA


RESETTLEMENT
IMPACT
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
MODERNIZATION

STATUS


MCCALL, R.


ENTRY # 486


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TRADE AND THE ROLE OF THE WIFE IN A MODERN WEST AFRICAN TOWN.
IN A. SOUTHALL (ED.) SOCIAL CHANGE IN MODERN AFRICA.


LONDON: UNIVERSITY PRESS.


ENTRY # 481


ENTRY # 484


ROLE
MARKETING
HOUSEHOLD


COUNTRY







AFRICA PAGE 82


MCCALMAN, K.


1982. [SOURCE: 3]
'WE CARRY A HEAVY LOAD.' RURAL WOMEN IN ZIMBABWE SPEAK OUT.


ZIMBABWE


HARARE, ZIMBABWE: ZIMBABWE WOMEN'S BUREAU.


MCDOWELL, JIM


ED. 1976. [SOURCE: 2)
VILLAGE TECHNOLOGY IN EASTERN AFRICA, A REPORT OF A UNICEF
SPONSORED REGIONAL SEMINAR ON "SIMPLE TECHNOLOGY FOR THE RURAL
FAMILY.' HELD IN NAIROBI, JUNE 14-19. NAIROBI, KENYA: UNICEF

NAIROBI, KENYA: UNICEF EASTERN AFRICA REGIONAL OFFICE.


MCHARO, N.E.


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
ROLE
STATUS


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY 1 488


TECHNOLOGY
RURAL DEVELOPMENT
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY 1 489


1977. [SOURCE: 3]
LITERACY: A TOOL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF RURAL WOMEN IN TANZANIA.
DAR ES SALAAM: INSTITUTE OF ADULT EDUCATION STUDIES IN ADULT
EDUCATION 127.

DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA: UNIVERSITY OF DAR ES SALAAM.

MCHENRY, D.E., JR.

1982. [SOURCE: 1]
COMMUNAL FARMING IN TANZANIA: A COMPARISON OF MALE AND FEMALE
PARTICIPANTS.


AFRICAN STUDIES REVIEW 25:4: 49-64.

MCMILLAN, DELLA

1984. [SOURCE: 4]
THE IMPACT OF THE VOLTA VALLEY AUTHORITY (AVV) ON WOMEN OR
CHANGING PATTERNS OF FOOD AND LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION IN THE VOLTA
VALLEY AUTHORITY IN UPPER VOLTA. PROPOSAL TO POPULATION COUNCIL
CASE STUDIES OF IMPACT OF LARGE SCALE DEV. PROJECTS ON WOMEN.


MCNEIL, MARY


TANZANIA


EXTENSION
EDUCATION
RURAL DEVELOPMENT


ENTRY 1 490


TANZANIA


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
SOCIALISM
COOPERATIVES


GENDER


ENTRY 1 491


BURKINA FASO


RESETTLEMENT
PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
FOOD


LIVESTOCK


ENTRY I 492


1989. [SOURCE: 1]
LATRINE BUILDING IN ZIMBABWE: A SOURCE OF INCOME AND PRIDE.


ZIMBABWE


INCOME GENERATION
HEALTH


WORLD DEVELOPMENT (JUNE) 12-13.


ENTRY I 487


KEYWORDS


COUNTRY








AFRICA PAGE 83


MCSWEENEY, BRENDA GAIL


1979. [SOURCE: 4]
AN APPROACH TO COLLECTING AND EXAMINING DATA ON RURAL WOMEN'S
TIME USE AND SOME TENTATIVE FINDINGS: THE CASE OF UPPER VOLTA.
WORKING PAPER PREPARED FOR THE SEMINAR ON RURAL WOMEN AND THE
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR SPONSORED BY THE POPULATION COUNCIL.


BURKINA FASO


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
METHODOLOGY
HOUSEHOLD
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


TIME ALLOCATION


MCSWEENEY, BRENDA GAIL


ENTRY # 494


1979. [SOURCE: 1]
COLLECTION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA ON RURAL WOMEN'S TIME USE.


BURKINA FASO


TIME ALLOCATION
METHODOLOGY
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


STUDIES IN FAMILY PLANNING 19:11/12: 379-383.

MERNISSI, FATIMA


ENTRY # 495


1984. (SOURCE: 1]
CAPITALIST DEVELOPMENT AND PERCEPTIONS OF WOMEN IN ARAB-MUSLIM
SOCIETY: AN ILLUSTRATION OF PEASANT WOMEN IN GHARB, MOROCCO.
PP. 123-128. IN ILO (ED.) RURAL DEVELOPMENT AND WOMEN IN AFRICA.

GENEVA: INTERNATIONAL LABOR OFFICE.

MERRYMAN, NANCY HAWK

1980. [SOURCE: 4]
CHANGING PATTERNS OF LABOR UTILIZATION AMONG NOMADIC AND
SEDENTARIZING SOMALI POPULATIONS IN NORTHERN KENYA. PAPER
PRESENTED AT THE FIRST INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF SOMALI STUDIES,
MAGADISHU, SOMALIA, JULY.


MGENI, A.S.M.


1984.
FUELWOOD CRISIS IN TANZANIA IS WOMEN'S BURDEN.


[SOURCE: 1]


TANZANIA


MOROCCO









KENYA


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
CAPITALISM
PEASANTS
STATUS

MODERNIZATION

ENTRY 1 496

LABOR
MIGRATION
LIVESTOCK


RESETTLEMENT


ENTRY # 497


ENERGY
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF FORESTRY 78:4: 247-249.


MICELWAIT, DONALD R. RIEGELMi
SWEET, CHARLES F.
1976. [SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT: A SURVEY OF THE ROLES OF WOMEN IN
GHANA, LESOTHO, KENYA, NIGERIA, BOLIVIA, PARAGUAY AND PERU.


BOULDER, CO: WESTVIEW PRESS (ORIGINALLY FOR AID).


AN, MARY ANN


ENTRY t 498


GHANA
BOLIVIA
LESOTHO


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ROLE


ENTRY # 493


COUNTRY


KEYWORDS








AFRICA PAGE 84

MIGOT-ADHOLLA, S.E.


COUNTRY


OKEYO, ACHOLA PALA


1983. [SOURCE: 2]
ON-FARM GRAIN STORAGE IN WESTERN KENYA: A PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION
PREPARED FOR THE POPULATION COUNCIL.


WASHINGTON, D.C.: UNITED STATES AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT.
MIKELL, G.

1984. [SOURCE: 1]
FILIATON, ECONOMIC CRISIS AND THE STATUS OF WOMEN IN RURAL
GHANA.


KENYA


GHANA


CANADIAN JOURNAL OF AFRICAN STUDIES 18:1.


MIKELL, GWENDOLYN


1984. [SOURCE: 4]
WOMEN, AGRICULTURE AND NATIONAL STABILITY IN GHANA. PRESENTED AT
THE 83RD ANNUAL AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION MEETINGS,
DENVER, COLORADO, NOVEMBER 17.


MIKELL, GWENDOLYN


1985. [SOURCE: 1)
EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION IN ECONOMIC ACCESS FOR RURAL WOMEN IN
GHANA.


GHANA


RURAL AFRICANA 21 (WINTER): 13-30.


MIRZA, SARAH


GHANA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
POLICY


ENTRY t 502


CASH CROPS
LABOR
HISTORY


LAND TENURE


STROBEL, MARGARET


[SOURCE: 1]


EDS. 1989.
THREE SWAHILI WOMEN.


KENYA


ENTRY 1 503


HOUSEHOLD
GENDER
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR


BLOOMINGTON, IN: INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS.


MITCHNIK, DAVID A.


1972. [SOURCE: 4]
THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN RURAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE ZAIRE. OXFAM, JULY.


ZAIRE


RURAL DEVELOPMENT
EXTENSION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
EDUCATION


LABOR


KEYWORDS


ENTRY I 499


PRODUCTION
EVALUATION
TECHNOLOGY


ENTRY 1 500


STATUS
ROLE
ECONOMICS


HOUSEHOLD


ENTRY I 501


ENTRY 1 504








KEYWORDS


AFRICA PAGE 85

MITCHNIK, DAVID A.


1977.


(SOURCE: 3]


THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN RURAL ZAIRE AND UPPER VOLTA: IMPROVING
METHODS OF SKILL ACQUISITION. OXFAM WORKING PAPER 2.


ZAIRE
BURKINA FASO


EXTENSION
EDUCATION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


NEW YORK: OXFAM-AMERICA.


MNIODU, PETER


ENTRY # 506


1983. [SOURCE: 3)
AGRICULTURAL LABOR: MEN AND WOMEN'S ROLES. EXCERPTED FROM
PROMOTING AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT THROUGH TRADITIONAL INST.: THE
CASE OF ANNONG COMMUNITY IN THE CROSS RIVER STATE OF NIGERIA.
REPORT #3, MARCH.
NASHVILLE, TN: UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE, INSTITUTE OF AGRICULTURE.


MOHAN, P.C.


1981. (SOURCE: 1]
OF THE WOMEN, BY THE WOMEN, FOR EVERYBODY: A GOAT PROJECT IN
KENYA.


KENYA


NIGERIA


SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
ROLE


LABOR


ENTRY I 507


COOPERATIVES
LIVESTOCK
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


IDEAS AND ACTION 144: 6.


MONSON, JAMIE


EDS. 1985.
WOMEN AS FOOD PRODUCERS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES.


[SOURCE: 1)


LOS ANGELES: UCLA AFRICAN STUDIES CENTER, AFRICAN STUDIES
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MONSTED, METTE

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THE CHANGING DIVISION OF LABOR WITHIN RURAL FAMILIES IN KENYA.


FOOD
PRODUCTION
WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE


ENTRY # 509


KENYA


WOMEN IN AGRICULTURE
SEXUAL DIVISION OF LABOR
HOUSEHOLD


COPENHAGEN: CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH.


MONSTED, METTE


1978. (SOURCE: 1]
WOMEN'S GROUPS IN RURAL KENYA AND THEIR ROLE IN DEVELOPMENT.


KENYA


WOMEN IN DEVELOPMENT
ORGANIZATIONS


COPENHAGEN: CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH.


ENTRY # 505


KALB, MARION


ENTRY # 508


ENTRY # 510


COUNTRY




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