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Gender and employment on sugar cane plantations in Tanzania


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  • Mbilinyi M
  • Semakafu M
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    Paper provided by International Labour Organization in its series ILO Working Papers with number 310550.

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    Length: 186 P. pages
    Date of creation: 1995
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    Publication status: Published in Sectoral activities programme, working paper series
    Handle: RePEc:ilo:ilowps:310550

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    Keywords: women workers; plantation; sugar cane; employment; working conditions; living conditions; sexual division of labour; Tanzania; household income; wages; low wages; sex discrimination; training; conditions of employment; bibliography; organigram; statistical table; travailleuses; plantation; canne à sucre; emploi; conditions de travail; conditions de vie; division du travail basée sur le sexe; Tanzanie; revenu des ménages; salaire; bas salaire; discrimination fondée sur le sexe; formation; conditions d'emploi; bibliographie; organigramme; tableau statistique; trabajadoras; plantación; caña de azúcar; empleo; condiciones de trabajo; condiciones de vida; división del trabajo por sexo; Tanzanía; ingreso de los hogares; salario; salario bajo; discriminación por razones de sexo; formación; condiciones de empleo; bibliografía; organigrama; cuadros estadísticos;


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    1. Bienefeld M, 1990. "Structural adjustment and rural labour markets in Tanzania," ILO Working Papers 279129, International Labour Organization.
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    1. Msuya, Elibariki & Ashimogo, Gasper, 2005. "Estimation of Technical Efficiency in Tanzanian Sugarcane Production: A Case Study of Mtibwa Sugar Estate Outgrowers Scheme," MPRA Paper 3747, University Library of Munich, Germany.


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