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Women, irrigation and social norms in Egypt: “The more things change, the more they stay the same?”
This paper explores how women and men participate in irrigation activities in Egypt, drawing from a survey administered to 200 men and 202 women and qualitative information from 150 interviews. Women participated in ...
CIHEAM Bari Knowledge Unit: Youth Employment and Innovation
Presentation given by Dr. Jawhar of CIHEAM Bari on Youth Employment and Innovation as part of the Knowledge Symposium at the SKIM Project Regional Workshop in Rabat, Morocco on November 15th, 2019.
Feminization of agriculture
The paper uses micro-level evidences from the longitudinal panel surveys carried out by ICRISAT’s Village Dynamics Studies in South Asia (VDSA), formerly called as Village-level Studies (VLS), which has been running from ...
Decision-making Power of Women in Livestock and Dairy Production in Jordan
Women are heavily involved in livestock rearing and milk processing in many parts of the world. Yet the benefits of their labour are limited as men are responsible for marketing of the dairy produce and ownership of ...