Researching Women's Collective Action

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Researching Women's Collective Action

Disseminating findings from a research project conducted in 2010-13 on how women smallholders' collective action in agricultural markets in Ethiopia, Mali and Tanzania improve their incomes, strenghten their assets and increase empowerment. What do the findings mean for our work?

 

Website: http://womenscollectiveaction.com
Location: Mali, Ethiopia and Tanzania
Members: 7
Latest Activity: Jan 9, 2015

 

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A Study of Media Coverage Women in the Agricultural Sector in Three African Countries 1 Reply

an interesting document. "In Africa, agriculture is a key story that needs to be at the top of the news agenda. Women produce 70 percent of the continent’s agricultural output and are therefore…Continue

Tags: africa, agriculture, women

Started by anuj jain. Last reply by anuj jain Nov 24, 2011.

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