Gender in community development and resource management

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An overview

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Rekha Mehra

For over thirty years, ICRW has examined the role of women in increasing agricultural production and sustainably managing natural resources. These historic publications present ICRW’s groundbreaking research and analysis in examining the role of women as economic agents of change in agriculture systems.

Gender in Community Development and Resource Management: An Overview outlines women’s roles in natural resource management and economic development, as well as socioeconomic, institutional, policy, and program constraints on women and their participation in projects aimed at improving resource management and alleviating poverty.

See other historical agriculture publications:
Women, Land and Sustainable Development

Women, Population and the Environment

Bridging the Gender Gap in Agricultural Extension

Women in Agriculture: What Development Can Do

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