Greening the Economy and Increasing Economic Equity for Women Farmers in Madagascar
AbstractAlthough gender considerations are relatively new in the climate change discourse, it is hardly surprising that they have been at the heart of recent activism and policy advocacy efforts by multiple actors. Socio-economic research and evaluations of development effectiveness both confirm that access to resources and the agency to use them are influenced by gender roles, responsibilities and differential access to opportunities and influence (World Bank, 2010; UNFPA, 2009; Lipper, 2001; Kabeer, 1999). (...)
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Date of creation: Nov 2012
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Publication status: Published by UNDP - International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth , November 2012, pages 1-7
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