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Women in Agriculture and Rural Life: An International Bibliography
Part I. Women on the Land: Africa

Published to coincide with the Second International Conference on Women in Agriculture, Washington D.C., USA June 28-July 2, 1998

Special Reference Briefs Series no. SRB 98-02 (Part I. Africa.)
ISSN: 1052-536X

Compiled by:
Anne B. Effland
Economic Research Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture
and
Mary Gold
Alternative Farming Systems Information Center
National Agricultural Library
Agricultural Research Service
U.S. Department of Agriculture

June 8, 1998


Africa

1. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Achievements and constraints among rural Kenyan women: a case study.
Davison, J. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p. v, 268-279; maps (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

2. NAL Call No.: HD9000.6.I54 no.100
Adoption of hybrid maize in Zambia: effects on gender roles, food consumption, and nutrition.
Kumar, S. K. viii, 126p. (International Food Policy Research Institute, Washington, D.C., 1994)
Includes bibliographical references.

3. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.5.A35A47 1992
African women as environmental managers.
Kameri Mbote, P.; ACTS Gender Institute. 34p. (ACTS Press, Nairobi, Kenya, 1992)
"ACTS Gender Institute, Nairobi, Kenya."

4. NAL Call No.: HC501.A1A4 No.11
African women in agricultural development: a case study in Sierra Leone.
Spencer, D. S. C. 36p. (Dept. of Agricultural Economics, Michigan State University, East Lansing, 1976)
Bibliography: p. 34-36.

5. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A47 1992
African women in agriculture: farmers, students, extension agents, chiefs.
Blumberg, R. L.; Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development. vii, 43p. (Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development, Morrilton, Ark. 1992)
"December 1992."

6. NAL Call No.: HT401.J68
African women's perceptions of development: contrasts between Tanzania and Zambia.
Due, J. M. J Rural Stud. v.3(1): p.23-29 (1987)
Includes references.

7. NAL Call No.: HQ1788.A57
African women south of the Sahara.
Hay, M. J.; Stichter, S. 225p. (London, England, 1984)
Includes index.

8. NAL Call No.: GB651.N3
Age, gender and class in the scramble for Maasailand.
Kipuri, N. O. Nat Resour. v.27(4): p.10-17 (1991)
Includes references.

9. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292M37 1995
Agricultural development and gender issues in Malawi.
Spring, A. xvi, 316p. (University Press of America, Inc., Lanham, Md., 1995)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 285-307) and index.

10. NAL Call No.: TX341.E3
Agricultural development and nutrition among rural populations: a case study of the Middle Valley in Senegal.
Benefice, E.; Simondon, K. Ecol Food Nutr. v.31(1/2): p.45-66 (1993)
Includes references.

11. NAL Call No.: S544.5.A4S25 1990
Agricultural extension for women farmers in Africa.
Saito, K. A.; Weidemann, C. J. xv, 57p. (World Bank, Washington, D.C. 1990)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 51-57).

12. NAL Call No.: HD2126.5.Z8S73
Agricultural policy implementation: a case study from western Kenya.
Staudt, K. A. xvi, 68p. (Kumarian Pres, West Hartford, CT, 1985)
Bibliography: p. 65-68.

13. NAL Call No.: HD1401.A47
Agriculture policy in tropical Africa: Is a turnaround possible.
Due, J. M. Agric Econ J Int Assoc Agric Econ. v.1(1): p.19-34. maps. (1986)
Includes references.

14. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A43
Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience.
Davison, J. vii, 278p. (Westview Press, Boulder, Colo. 1988)
Includes bibliographies and index. Land & women's agricultural production/Jean Davison -- Land tenure, agriculture, and gender in Guinea-Bissau/Ursula Funk -- Struggle over land and crops in an irrigated rice scheme: the Gambia/Judith Carney -- Returns to women's labour in cash crops among Yoruba in Nigeria/S.O. Babalola and Carolynne Dennis -- The impact of women's access to land and household production in Cameroon/Miriam Goheen -- Land, gender, and food security in eastern Kivu, Zaire/Brooke Grundfest Schoepf and Claude Schoepf -- Losing ground--women and agriculture on Sudan's irrigated schemes/Victoria Bernal -- Who owns what?: land registration and tension in gender relations of production in Kenya/Jean Davison -- "A woman is like a field": women's strategies for land access in Swaziland/Laurel Rose -- Land tenure, gender relations, and agricultural production in Zimbabwe/Donna Pankhurst and Susan Jacobs -- Land redistribution in Mozambique and its effects on women's collective production: case studies from Sofala/Jean Davison -- Where can we go from here?: recommendations for the future/Kathleen Cloud and Jane B. Knowles.

15. NAL Call No.: S945.W6
Basotho women in agriculture: a look at the Ihaba-Tseka integrated rural development program.
Kidd, J. L. Women in natural resources: international perspective: proceedings of a conference for men and women, Univ. of Idaho. p.195-202 (1982)
Includes references.

16. NAL Call No.: S605.5.I45 1986
The benefits of alley farming for the African farmer and her household.
Cashman, K. Global perspectives on agroecology and sustainable agricultural systems proceedings of the sixth international scientific conference of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements. p.231-237 (1988)
Includes references.

17. NAL Call No.: TX341.F63
Blurred image [Rural sociology, status of women, Africa].
Conde, M. Ceres. v.8(2): p.37-39 (1975 Mar.-1975 Apr.)

18. NAL Call No.: HD6223.S44 no.14
Breaking new ground: reaching out to women farmers in Western Zambia.
Jiggins, J.; Maimbo, P.; Masona, M. 20p. (Seeds, New York, 1992)

19. NAL Call No.: DT551.45.B35T68 1992
Cattle, women, and wells: managing household survival in the Sahel.
Toulmin, C. xiii, 295p. (Claredon Press, Oxford, England, 1992)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 284-288) and index.

20. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
The changing role of women in the commercial history of Busia district in Kenya, 1900-1983.
Ogutu, M. A. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.74-90 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

21. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
A comparison of rural women's time use and nutritional consequences in two villages in Malawi.
Engberg, L. E.; Sabry, J. H.; Beckerson, S. A. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.99-110 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

22. NAL Call No.: TX269.N54O3
A conceptual programme planning model for adult education programmes for women in rural areas of Nigeria through extension home economics.
Odu, D. B. x, 122 leaves; ill., maps. (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1978)
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1978; bibliography: leaves 110-122; Extension Repository Collection

23. NAL Call No.: 916937AGE
Constraints to women and development in Africa.
Due, J. M.; Summary, R. Ill Agric Econ Staff Pap Ser E (E-83) 27p. (1979 May)
19 ref.

24. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
Correcting the underestimated frequency of the head-of-household experience for women farmers.
Hansen, A. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.111-126 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

25. NAL Call No.: HD9750.5.W48
Culture as the basis for implementation of self-sustaining woodfuel development programmes.

Chavangi, N. A.; Engelhard, R. J.; Jones, V. Whose trees?: proprietary dimensions of forestry. p.243-253 (1988)
Includes references.

26. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292C171
Curriculum planning with an emphasis on women and agricultural households: a technical paper prepared for the University Center of Dschang and USAID Agricultural Education Project, Dschang, Cameroon, and International Programs, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
Smith, S.; Taylor, B.; University of Florida. Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. International Programs. 43, 17 leaves. (Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla, 1989)
"August 21, 1989."

27. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292C17
Curriculum planning with an emphasis on women and agricultural households: shortcourse on the curriculum development process for faculty at the University Center of Dschang.
Taylor, B.; Smith, S.; University of Florida. Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. (Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Gainesville, Fla. 1989)
"July 1989."

28. NAL Call No.: HC55.N3
The CUSO-Togo village water supply project and lucrative micro-projects (LMPs).
Ikpindi, Z. Nat Resour Forum. v.14(1): p.58-63 (1990 Feb.)
Includes references.

29. NAL Call No.: DT19.9.C2C3
The death of Makola and other tragedies [Accra agricultural markets, rural women, Ghana].
Robertson, C. Can J Afr Stud. v.17(3): p.469-495 (1983)
Includes references.

30. NAL Call No.: 24 R34
Delineation of areas of decision making by farm women in Chitomborwizi and Vuti small scale commercial areas of Mashonaland West Province of Zimbabwe.
Mungate, D. Zimbabwe Agric J. v.82(2): p.47-51 (1985 Mar.-1985 Apr.)
Includes references.

31. NAL Call No.: S599.5.K42S5
Detailed soil survey of the Nyandusi Women Group Farm (Bondo Division, Siaya District).
Rachilo, J. R.; Wanjohi, J. K. ii, 33p. (Republic of Kenya, Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development, National Agricultural Laboratories, Kenya Soil Survey, Nairobi, Kenya, 1986)
One folded map inserted.

32. NAL Call No.: NBU SF376.2 D48 1988
The Development of village-based sheep production in West Africa: a success story involving women's groups: training manual for extension workers.
vi, 90p. (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy, 1988)
Includes bibliographical references.

33. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
A diagnostic survey of female-headed household in the Central Province of Zambia.
Hudgens, R. E. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension. p.373-387 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

34. NAL Call No.: TX341.E3
Diet, nutrition, and agricultural development in Swaziland. 2. Patterns of food consumption.
Huss Ashmore, R.; Curry, J. J. Ecol Food Nutr. v.26(3): p.167-185 (1991)
Literature review.

35. NAL Call No.: TX341.E3
Diet, nutrition, and agricultural development in Swaziland. 3. Household economics and demography.
Huss Ashmore, R.; Curry, J. J. Ecol Food Nutr. v.33(1/2): p.107-121 (1994)
Includes references.

36. NAL Call No.: S3.A32
Does the T & V system reach female-headed families? Some evidence from Tanzania.
Due, J. M.; Mollel, N.; Malone, V. Agric Admin Ext. v.26(4): p.209-217 (1987)
Includes references.

37. NAL Call No.: DT19.9 C2C3
Ebutumwa Bw'Emiogo: the tyranny of cassava a women's tax revolt in eastern Zaire [Ethnic groups, markets].
Newbury, M. C. Can J Afr Stud. v.18(1): p.35-54 (1984)
Includes bibliographical material p. 151-152.

38. NAL Call No.: HD1401.A47
Economic factors affecting human fertility in the developing areas of Southern Africa.
Fairlamb, C. D.; Nieuwoudt, W. L. Agric Econ J Int Assoc Agric Econ. v.6(2): p.185-200 (1991)
Includes references.

39. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Economic status and women's participation in agriculture: a Botswana case study.
Fortmann, L. Rural Sociol. v.49(3): p.452-464 (1984 Fall)
Includes 53 references.

40. NAL Call No.: SF531.T73I58 1988
Education, and training and encouraging women as beekeepers.
Kigatiira, K. I.; Mohammed, R. A. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates, Cairo, Egypt, 6-10 November 1988. p.295-298 (1989)

41. NAL Call No.: HD2095.5.J8
The effect of technological innovation among rural women in Nigeria: a case study of "Gari" processing in selected villages of Bendel State, Nigeria.
Williams, C. E. J Rural Dev. v.5(2): p.247-257 (1982)
Includes references.

42. NAL Call No.: HD1476.A4U5
The effects of social and economic changes on the role and status of women in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Savane, M. A. Understanding Africa's rural households and farming systems/edited by Joyce Lewinger Moock; forward by Bede N. Okigbo. (Westview Press). p.124-132 (1986)

43. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1W6
Effects of technological change in agriculture on food consumption and nutrition: rice in a West African setting.
Von Braun, J. World Dev. v.16(9): p.1083-1098 (1988 Sept.)
Paper presented at a workshop convened by the Food Studies Group and the International Food Policy Research Institute, July 1987, Oxford England.

44. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
The efficiency of women as farm managers: Kenya
Moock, P. R. Am J Agric Econ. v.58(5): p.831-835 (1976)

45. NAL Call No.: Z672.I53
An empirical study of information needs of women in agriculture (WIA) in Oyo State, Nigeria.
Olugbade, S.; Oladokun. Q Bull Int Assoc Agric Inf Spec. v.39(4): p.319-323 (1994)
Includes references.

46. NAL Call No.: HD9017.A356E54
Engendering food security.
SADCC Food Security Programme. Food Security Technical and Administrative Unit. (Food Security Programme, Harare, Zimbabwe, 1992-)
Periodical; Title from cover.

47. NAL Call No.: 80 Ac82
An evaluation of the level of female participation in cassava and sweet potato on-farm trials and demonstrations in Sierra Leone.
Lahai, B. N. Acta Hortic. (380): p.55-61 (1994 Nov.)
Paper presented at the symposium on Tropical Root Crops in a Developing Economy, October 20-26, 1991, Accra, Ghana.

48. NAL Call No.: HD1790.A35S82 no.90-04
Factors contraining women farmers' access to agricultural extension services in Sierra Leone.
Manyeh, M. A. 21p. (Dept. of Rural Economy, Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, 1994)
"June 1994."

49. NAL Call No.: FNC TX341.F61
Family nutrition and women's activities in rural Africa.
Purvis, B. M. Food Nutr. v.11(2): p.28-36; ill. (1985)
Includes 20 references.

50. NAL Call No.: S3.A32
Farm household-economics and the design and impact of biological research in Southern Africa.
Low, A. Agric Adm Ext. v.29(1): p.23-34 (1988)
Includes references.

51. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1W6
Farm households in rural Burkina Faso: some evidence on allocative and direct return to schooling, and male-female labor productivity differentials.
Ram, R.; Singh, R. D. World Dev. v.16(3): p.419-424 (1988 Mar.)
Includes references.

52. NAL Call No.: S494.5.I5C33
Farm mechanization project in the Ivory Coast: towards an integration of women in modern farms. First results of the "Trofie" experiment. Projet motorisation paysanne en Cote d'Ivoire: pour une integration des femmes dans les exploitations agricoles modernes. Premiers resultats de l'experience "Trofie".
Greffeuille, I. Cah Rech Dev. (18): p.14-21 (1988 June)
Includes references.

53. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1W6
Farm-nonfarm linkages in rural sub-saharan Africa.
Haggblade, S.; Hazell, P.; Brown, J. World Dev. v.17(8): p.1173-1201 (1989 Aug.)
Literature review.

54. NAL Call No.: S481.B85 no.326
Farmers of southern Mali. Les paysannes du Mali-Sud: vers une meilleure integration au programme de la CMDT.
Zuidberg, L. C. L.; Djire, T.; Compagnie malienne pour le developpement des textiles. 78p. (Institut royal des tropiques; Bamako, Mali: Compagnie malienne pour le developpement des textiles, Amsterdam, Pays-Bas, 1992)
Summary in French and English.

55. NAL Call No.: 281.8 IN82
Farmers' wives in agricultural development: the Nigeria case.
Patel, A. U.; Anthonio, Q. B. O. Int J Agrar Aff. (suppl.): p.63-75 (1974)

56. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Female farmers in the Rwandan farming system: a study of the Ruhengeri Prefecture.
Randolph, S. L.; Sanders, R. Agric Hum Val. v.9(1): p.59-66 (1992 Winter)
Includes references.

57. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1W6
Female wage labor in rural Zimbabwe.
Adams, J. M. World Dev. v.19(2/3): p.163-177 (1991 Feb.-1991 Mar.)

58. NAL Call No.: TX341.E3
Food and nutritional impact of one home garden project in Senegal.
Brun, T.; Reynaud, J.; Chevassus Agnes, S. Ecol Food Nutr. v.23(2): p.91-108; charts. (1989)
Includes 19 references.

59. NAL Call No.: TX341.E3
Food bowl division and social change.
Beckerleg, S. Ecol Food Nutr. v.34(2): p.89-104 (1995)
Includes references.

60. NAL Call No.: TX341.F623
Food, farmers, and organizations in Africa: anthropological perspectives, with implications for development assistance.
Fleuret, P. Food Nutr Hist Anthropol. (7): p.269-287 (1990)
In the series analytic: African Food Systems In Crisis. 2. Contending with change/edited by R. Huss-Ashmore and S.H. Katz.

61. NAL Call No.: TX601.F68 1991
Food processing technologies at household/community level in SADCC: proceedings of a workshop, Harare, November, 1991.
SADCC Food Security Programme. 87p. (The Programme, Harare, Zimbabwe, 1991)
Cover title.

62. NAL Call No.: TX341.F623
Food traders and food security in Ghana.
Clark, G. Food Nutr Hist Anthropol. (9): p.227-256 (1991)
In the series analytic: The political economy of African famine/edited by R.E. Downs, D.O. Kerner, and S.P. Reyna.

63. NAL Call No.: HD6223.S44 no.10
Forest conservation in Nepal: encouraging women's participation.
Molnar, A. 20p. (Seeds, New York, N.Y., 1987)
Caption title.

64. NAL Call No.: 99.8 F7632
Forests, agriculture, and child health in Zaire: a household modeling approach.
Larson, B. A.; Barnes, G.; Rogers, G.; Larson, J. G. For Sci. v.42(1): p.3-9 (1996 Feb.)
Includes references.

65. NAL Call No.: 99.8 Q2
Fuelwood crisis in Tanzania is women's burden.
Mgeni, A. S. M. Q J For. v.78(4): p.247-249 (1984)
Includes references.

66. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.5.G4G36 1993
Gender analysis in crop production in Ghana: a handbook.
GHANA CIDA Grains Development Project. v, 32p. (Ghana-CIDA Grains Development Project, Crops Research Institute, Kumasi, Ghana, 1993)
"September 1993."

67. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Gender and agricultural production in Samia Kenya: strategies and constraints.
Olenja, J. M. J East Afr Res Dev. (21): p.81-92 (1991)
Includes references.

68. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1W6
Gender differences in time and energy costs of distance for regular domestic chores in rural Zimbabwe: a case study in the Chiduku communal area.
Mehretu, A.; Mutambirwa, C. World Dev. v.20(11): p.1675-1683 (1992 Nov.)
Includes references.

69. NAL Call No.: HD9000.1.F66
Gender differentials in farm productivity: implications for household efficiency and agricultural policy.
Udry, C.; Hoddinott, J.; Alderman, H.; Haddad, L. Food Policy. v.20(5): p.407-423 (1995)
In the special issue: Getting agriculture moving/edited by C.P. Timmer.

70. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Gender, ecology, and science of survival: stories and lessons from Kenya.
Rocheleau, D. E. Agric Hum Val. v.8(1/2): p.156-165 (1991 Winter-1992 Spring)
In the series analytic: Indigenous agricultural knowledge systems and development/edited by D.M. Warren.

71. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
The gender factor and technology options for Zambia's subsistence farming systems.
Sutherland, A. J. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.389-406 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

72. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Gender issues and the training of agricultural extensionists in Malawi.
Riley, P. J. Agric Human Values. v.12(1): p.31-38 (1995 Winter)
Includes references.

73. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95J68
Gender issues in African farming: I. A case for developing farm tools for women.
Kaul, R. N.; Ali, A. J Farming Syst Res Ext. v.3(1): p.35-46 (1992)
Paper presented at the 11th Annual Association for Farming Systems Research-Extension Service Symposium, October 5-10, 1991, East Lansing, Michigan.

74. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95J68
Gender issues in Farming, II. Selected case studies in development and extension of farm and other equipment to women in Northern Nigeria.
Kaul, R. N. J Farming Syst Res Ext. v.3(2): p.25-38 (1993)
Includes references.

75. NAL Call No.: TX341.F623
Gender, land, and hunger in Eastern Zaire.
Schoepf, B. G.; Schoepf, C. Food Nutr Hist Anthropol. (7): p.75-106 (1990)
In the series analytic: African food systems in crises. 2. Contending with change/edited by R. Huss-Ashmore and S.H. Katz.

76. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
Gender relations and technological change: the need for an integrative framework of analysis.
Evans, A. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.37-48 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

77. NAL Call No.: HC10 S63
A gender-sensitive analysis of a community-based wildlife utilization initiative in Zimbabwe's Zambezi Valley.
Nagane, N.; Matzke, G. Soc Nat Resour. v.10(6): p.519-535 (1997 Nov.)
Includes references

78. NAL Call No.: HD1401.A47
Gendered impacts of fertilizer subsidy removal programs in Malawi and Cameroon.
Smale, M.; Heisey, P. W. Agric Econ. v.10(1): p.95-99 (1994 Jan.)
Original article by C.H. Gladwin, published in this journal, 1992, v. 7(2), p. 141-153.

79. NAL Call No.: HD1401.A47
Gendered impacts of fertilizer subsidy removal programs in Malawi and Cameroon.
Gladwin, C. H. Agric Econ. v.7(2): p.141-153 (1992 July)
Includes references.

80. NAL Call No.: HN832.Z9C6
Governmental and voluntary participation in Ghana's rural development programme.
Boateng, I. K. Rural development in Ghana/edited by
C.K.Brown (Ghana Universities Press).
p.33-43 (1986)
Includes references.

81. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95J68
Haymaking by pastoral women for improved calf management in Ethiopia: labor requirements, opportunity costs, and feasibility of intervention.
Coppock, D. L. J Farming Syst Res Ext. v.2(3): p.51-68 (1991)
Includes references.

82. NAL Call No.: 80 AC82
Home gardening of indigenous vegetables: the role of women.
Gerson, R. T. Acta Hortic. (270): p.331-336 (1991 May)
Paper presented at the "First International Symposium on Horticultural Economics in Developing Countries," July 16-23, 1989, Alemaya, Ethiopia.

83. NAL Call No.: 916937AGE
How do rural women perceive development? a case study in Zambia.
Due, J. M.; Mudenda, T.; Miller, P. Ill Agric Econ Staff Pap Ser E Agric Econ Univ Ill Dept Agric Econ. (E-265) 18p. (1983 July)
Includes 5 references.

84. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1W6
How poor women earn income in sub-Saharan Africa and what works against them.
Jiggins, J. World Dev. v.17(7): p.953-963 (1989 July)
In the series analytic: Beyond Survival: expanding income-earning opportunities for women in developing countries/edited by C.A. Grown. AGL.

85. NAL Call No.: TX341.F623
Ideology, gender, and change: social relations of production and reproduction in Nso, Cameroon.
Goheen, M. Food Nutr Hist Anthropol. (9): p.273-292 (1991)
In the series analytic: The political economy of African famine/edited by R.E. Downs, D.O. Kerner, and S.P. Reyna.

86. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Images of Basotho women in society: their contribution to development.
Kimane, I. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.180-187 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

87. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1J6
The impact of Islam on women in Senegal.
Creevey, L. E. J Dev Areas. v.25(3): p.347-368 (1991 Apr.)
Includes references.

88. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
The impact of modern changes in the chitemene farming system in the Northern Province of Zambia.
Tembo, M. N.; Phiri, E. C. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.361-372 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

89. NAL Call No.: HM206.A1H8
Impacts of intensive dairy production on smallholder farm women in Coastal Kenya.
Mullins, G.; Wahome, L.; Tsangari, P.; Maarse, L. Hum Ecol. v.24(2): p.231-253 (1996 June)
In the special issue: Gender and livestock management/edited by J. Curry and R. Huss-Ashmore. Paper presented at the 1992 annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association.

90. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
Impacts of structural adjustment programs on African women farmers and female-headed households.
Due, J. M.; Gladwin, C. H. Am J Agric Econ. v.73(5): p.1431-1439, 1448-1455 (1991)
Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Agricultural Economics Association, August 4-7, 1991, Manhattan, Kansas. Discussions by D.E. Sahn and L. Haddad, p. 1448-1451 and U. Lele, p. 1452-1455.

91. NAL Call No.: TX341.F64 FandN
Implications for women and their work of introducing nutritional considerations into agricultural and rural development projects.
Savane, M. A.; Introducing Nutritional Considerations into Agricultural and Rural Development (1981: Rome). Nutr Bull. Tokyo, United Nations University. v.3(3): p.1-5 (1981 July)
16 ref.

92. NAL Call No.: S473.S38L46 1990
Improving family welfare through women's work in farming systems in Senegal. GRAND: Senegal GRAND model technical description.
Arcia, G. iv, 33 leaves (Research Triangle Institute, Research Triangle Park, NC, 1990)
"April 1990."

93. NAL Call No.: 922946AGE
Incorporating women into agricultural development planning: a methodology.
Burfisher, M. E.; Horenstein, N. R. IAAE Occas Pap Internat Assoc Agric Econ. (Grower Publishing Co. Ltd.). (3): p.161-165 (1983)

94. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
Institutional and policy parameters affecting gender issues in farming systems research in Tanzania.
Mtoi, M. T. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.345-359 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

95. NAL Call No.: HV444.5.I51
Integrated rehabilitation project in small settlement sites, Kefa/Wollega: workshop proceedings, 17-20 November 1988, Jimma Town, Kefa Region.Ethiopia. Ministry of Agriculture.
34, 4, 4 leaves. (The Section, Addis Ababa, 1989?)

96. NAL Call No.: HN831.Z9C62
Integrated rural development in Nigeria and women's role.
Omu, F. I. A.; Makinwa, P. K.; University of Benin. Centre for Social, Cultural and Environmental Research. xvi, 322p. (Heinemann Educational Books (Nigeria), Ibadan, 1987)
A selection of papers from the National Conference on Integrated Rural Development and Women in Development organized by the Centre for Social, Cultural and Environmental Research and held at the University of Benin, September 22-26, 1980.

97. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
Intra-household dynamics and state policies as constraints on food production: results of a 1985 agroeconomic survey in Cameroon.
Henn, J. K. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.315-330 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

98. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
Intra-household gender issues in farming systems in Tanzania, Zambia, and Malawi.
Due, J. M. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.331-344 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

99. NAL Call No.: HN690.Z9A35 1985
IRDP: With thrust on women.
Devadas, R. P. Administrative arrangements for rural development, a perspective: proceedings of the national workshop held at NIRD, July 9 11, 1985/ spon. by Planning Commission & Dept. of Rural Development, Government of India (National Institute of Rural Development). p.435-436 (1985)

100. NAL Call No.: TX341.F63
The Joluo of Kenya equation: land reform--lower status for women.
Okeyo, A. P. Ceres (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations). v.13(3): p.37-42 (1980 May-1980 June)

101. NAL Call No.: HD6073.F32N64
The Kano River Irrigation Project.
Jackson, C.; Population Council. xviii, 66 p. (Kumarian Press, West Hartford, Conn.,
Bibliography: p. 65-66.

102. NAL Call No.: S3.A32
Kenya's experience with women's groups in agricultural extension: Strategies for accelerating improvements in food production and nutritional awareness in Africa.
Muzaale, P. J.; Leonard, D. K. Agric Adm. v.19(1): p.13-28 (1985)
Includes 8 references.

103. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.5.K4K47 1989
Kenya: the role of women in economic development.
World Bank. xxii, 171 p. (World Bank, Washington, D.C. 1989)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 99-116).

104. NAL Call No.: SF531.T73I58 1984
The Kibwezi Women Beekeepers Cooperative Society: part of an integrated development project in semi-arid rural Kenya.
Mann, E. Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates, Nairobi, Kenya, 5 9 Nov 1984/(hosted by the Government of Kenya; convened by the International Bee Research Association). p.247 (1985)

105. NAL Call No.: MnSU Thesis stp ngwa
Kumekucha: Tanzania rural women's experiences in meeting families basic needs.
Ngware, N. M. iv, 128 leaves; maps. (University of Minnesota, Minnesota, 1993)
Thesis (M.A.)--University of Minnesota, 1993.

106. NAL Call No.: TX341.F623
Labor, economic power, and gender: coping with food shortage in Guinea-Bissau.
Funk, U. Food Nutr Hist Anthropol. (9): p.205-226 (1991)
In the series analytic: The political economy of African famine/edited by R.E. Downs, D.O. Kerner, and S.P. Reyna.

107. NAL Call No.: 26 L53
Labour use patterns for livestock operations on conventional farms with special emphasis on the women's role in Egypt.
Soliman, I.; Abd El Monem, R. Beitr Trop Landwirtsch Veterinarmed. v.26(4): p.333-341 (1988)
Includes references.

108. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A43
Land and the household economy: women farmers of the grassfields today.

Goheen, M. Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience . p.90-105 (1988)
Includes references.

109. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A43
Land and women's agricultural production: the context.

Davison, J. Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience . p.1-32 (1988)
Literature review.

110. NAL Call No.: HD2145.5.S73
Land as a right to membership: land tenure dynamics in a peripheral area of the Kano close-settled zone.

Ross, P. J. State, oil, and agriculture in Nigeria. p.223-247 (1987)
Includes references.

111. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A43
Land, gender, and food security in Eastern Kivu, Zaire.

Schoepf, B. G.; Schoepf, C. Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience . p.106-130 (1988)
Literature review.

112. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A43
Land redistribution in Mozambique and its effects on women's collective production: case studies from Sofala Province.

Davison, J. Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience . p.228-249 (1988)
Includes references.

113. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A43
Land tenure, agriculture, and gender in Guinea-Bissau.

Funk, U. Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience . p.33-58 (1988)
Includes references.

114. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A43
Land tenure, gender relations, and agricultural production: the case of Zimbabwe's peasantry.

Pankhurst, D.; Jacobs, S. Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience . p.202-227 (1988)
Includes references.

115. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A43
Losing ground--women and agriculture on Sudan's irrigated schemes: lessons from a Blue Nile village.

Bernal, V. Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience . p.131-156 (1988)
Literature review.

116. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1J6
Malawi's "captured" peasantry: an empirical analysis.

Hirschmann, D. J Dev Areas. v.24(4): p.467-488 (1990 July)
Literature review.

117. NAL Call No.: HD1401.W675 no.152
Mobilization and education of women farmers in Zimbabwe: a study of Women's Participation Programme, 1988-90, organized by National Farmers Association of Zimbabwe: a minor field study.

Andersson, C. vi, 48; ill., maps. (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, International Rural Development Centre, Uppsala, 1990)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 43).

118. NAL Call No.: HC10.R43
Neoclassical household models and modes of household production: problems in the analysis of African agricultural households.

Koopman, J. Rev Radical Polit Econ. v.23(3/4): p.148-173 (1991 Fall-1991 Winter)
Includes references.

119. NAL Call No.: HM206.A1H8
Net hunters vs. archers: variation in women's subsistence strategies in the Ituri Forest.
Bailey, R. C.; Aunger, R. Jr. Hum Ecol. v.17(3): p.273-297; maps. (1989 Sept.)
Includes references.

120. NAL Call No.: TX341.F63
Network for survival [Rural sociology, status of women, Kenya].

Nelson, N.; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Ceres. v.8(2): p.42-45 (1975 Mar.-1975 Apr.)

121. NAL Call No.: 280.8 P17
A note on economic activity of women in Nigeria [Includes agriculture].

Sheehan, G.; Standing, G. Pak Dev Rev. v.17(2): p.253-261 (1978 Summer)

122. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
The Organization of Mozambican Women. (A Organizacao Mulher Mocambicana/OMM).

Hansen, H.; Hansen, R.; Gjerstad, O.; Sarazin, C. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.230-244 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

123. NAL Call No.: SB327.S63 1994
Partners in selection: bean breeders and woman bean experts in Rwanda.

Sperling, L.; Berkowitz, P.; CGIAR Gender Program. 24p.; ill. (some col.) (Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research, Washington, D.C., 1994)
"CGIAR Gender Program"--Cover.

124. NAL Call No.: HD6073.F32M3 1988
Policy guidelines and implementation manual.

Malawi. Ministry of Agriculture. Women's Programme Section. v, 95p. (Ministry of Agriculture, Lilongwe, Malawi, 1988)
Cover title. cover.

125. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292Z337
The policy implications of the roles of women in agriculture in Zambia.

Safilios Rothschild, C. 25p. (National Commission for Development Planning Ministry of Agriculture and Water Development, Lusaka, 1985)
Cover title.

126. NAL Call No.: 280.8 EC7226
Politics, class, and gender in African resource management: the case of rural Kenya.

Thomas Slayter, B. P. Econ Dev Cult Change. v.40(4): p.809-828 (1992 July)
Includes references.

127. NAL Call No.: 470 SCI2
The population factor in Africa's development dilemma.

Sai, F. T. Science. v.226(4676): p.801-805; maps (1984 Nov.)
Includes 11 references.

128. NAL Call No.: HN797.Z9S645
Poverty, class, and gender in rural Africa: a Tanzanian case study.

Sender, J.; Smith, S. xii, 194p. (Routledge, London; New York, NY, 1990)
Includes bibliographical references and index.

129. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Problems and prospects of integrating women into development planning and process in Kenya.

Kayongo Male, D. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.280-296 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

130. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
Problems of understanding and communication at the interface of knowledge systems.

Jiggins, J. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.49-59 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

131. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A353 1994
Proceedings of the East African Women in Livestock Development Workshop: Bomburi Beach Hotel, Mombasa, Kenya, May 16-20, 1994.

Kirui, A.; Gudahl, D.; Miller, B.; East African Women in Livestock Development Workshop (1st: 1994: Mombasa, Kenya) 127p.; ill. (some col.) (Heifer Project International, Nairobi, Kenya, 1994)
"Women in livestock development, WiLD"--Cover.

132. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A29I57 1990
Proceedings of the International Conference on Women in Livestock Development, May 20-22, 1990 HPI International Learning and Livestock Center, Perryville, Arkansas.

Zawada, A.; Bradley, L.; International Conference on Women in Livestock Development (1990: HPI International Learning and Livestock Center). 1, 162p. (Heifer Project International, Little Rock, 1990)
In English and Spanish.

133. NAL Call No.: TX341.F623
Profiles of men and women smallholder farmers in Malawi.

Spring, A. Food Nutr Hist Anthropol. (7): p.107-136 (1990)
In the series analytic: African Food Systems In Crisis. 2. Contending with change/edited by R. Huss-Ashmore and S.H. Katz.

134. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292S73 1988
Profiles of women agricultural producers: a tool for development planners: a Sudan example.

Holcombe, S.; United Nations Development Fund for Women. 35p. (UNIFEM, New York?, 1988)
Cover title.

135. NAL Call No.: SD414.S5L4 1994
Rainforest relations: gender and resource use among the Mende of Gola, Sierra Leone.

Leach, M.; International African Institute. xix, 272; ill., maps. (Edinburgh University Press for the International African Institute, London, Edinburgh, 1994)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 248-260) and index.

136. NAL Call No.: HD6073.F32A3756 1994
Raising the productivity of women farmers in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Saito, K. A.; Mekonnen, H.; Spurling, D. xii, 110p. (World Bank, Washington, D.C., 1994)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 104-110).

137. NAL Call No.: 26 L53
Relative use of family and hired labour and gender role in cassava-maize production in the Rivers State of Nigeria.

Ezeh, N. O. A. Beitr Trop Landwirtsch Veterinarmed. v.27(1): p.15-20 (1989)
Includes references.

138. NAL Call No.: HN835.Z9C67
Report of a workshop for planners and trainers in programmes to improve the quality of rural life, Zorzor Teacher Training Institute, Liberia, January/February, 1975.

Rural Teachers Training Institute (Zorzor, Liberia) 63p. (in various pagings) (United Nations, Economic Commission for Africa, Addis Ababa, 1977)

139. NAL Call No.: HQ1820.5.F34 1982
Resource material on food: intended for Regional Seminars on Women and Food Production, March-April 1982.

Fagoonee, I.; Toory, V.; Mauritius Alliance of Women. ii, 26p. (Mauritius Alliance of Women, Moka?, 1982)
Cover title.

140. NAL Call No.: 275.8 AG8
Retaining women in nontraditional employment.

Whittington, S. Agric Educ Mag. v.63(2): p.18-19, 23 (1990 Aug.)
Includes references.

141. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A43
Returns to women's labour in cash crop production: tobacco in Igboho, Oyo State, Nigeria.

Babalola, S. O.; Dennis, C. Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience . p.79-89 (1988)
Includes references.

142. NAL Call No.: 80 AC82
The role of rural women in producing horticultural products for improvements of family nutrition.
Soerojo, S. R.; Chalidin, L. W.; Sutari, A. Acta Hortic. (270): p.343-349 (1991 May)
Paper presented at the "First International Symposium on Horticultural Economics in Developing Countries," July 16-23, 1989, Alemaya, Ethiopia.

143. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
The role of women farmers in choosing species for agroforestry farming systems in rural areas of Ghana.
Owusu Bempah, K. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.427-443 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

144. NAL Call No.: QE1.G38
The role of women peasants in the process of desertification in western Sudan.

Ibrahim, F. N. GeoJournal. v.6(1): p.25-30 (1982)
Includes 25 ref.

145. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.5.A35R87
Rural development and women in Africa.

International Labour Office. x, 157p. (International Labour Office, Geneva, 1984)
Proceedings and papers prepared for the ILO Tripartite African Regional Seminar on Rural Development and Women held in Dakar, Senegal on June 15-19, 1981.

146. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1J6
Rural women as food processors and traders: Eko making in the Ilorin area if Nigeria.

Watts, S. J. J Developing Areas. v.19(1): p.71-82. maps. (1984)
Includes references.

147. NAL Call No.: HD1476.A4U5
Sheep and goats, men and women: Household relations and small ruminant production in Southwest Nigeria.

Okali, C.; Sumberg, J. E. Understanding Africa's rural households and farming systems/edited by Joyce Lewinger Moock; forward by Bede N. Okigbo. (Westview Press). p.166-181 (1986)
Includes references.

148. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
The situation of rural women in Nigeria.

Akinbode, A.; Akande, B. E. Rural Sociol. v.7(3): p.210-215 (1987 May)
Includes references.

149. NAL Call No.: S539.G3T47 Nr.131
Small-scale processing at rural centers in Malawi: possibilities of development and promotion.

Rauch, T.; Technische Universitat Berlin. Seminar fur Landwirtschaftliche Entwicklung. xxii, 217, 7p.; ill., maps. (Fachbereich Internationale Agrarentwicklung, Technische Universitat; Verlag Josef Margraf, Berlin; Weikersheim, Germany, 1990)
At head of title: Centre for Advanced Training in Agricultural Development, Technical University of Berlin.

150. NAL Call No.: TX1.H63
Social change and the symbolism of dress in Kalabari women's societies.

Michelman, S. O. Fam Consum Sci Res J. v.23(4): p.368-392 (1995 June)
Includes references.

151. NAL Call No.: TX341.F623
A social history of food, famine, and gender in Twentieth Century Sudan.

O'Brien, J.; Gruenbaum, E. Food Nutr Hist Anthropol. (9): p.177-203 (1991)
In the series analytic: The political economy of African famine/edited by R.E. Downs, D.O. Kerner, and S.P. Reyna.

152. NAL Call No.: HC79.E5E5
Some factors influencing effective utilization of drinking water facilities: women, income, and health in rural North Ghana.

Kendie, S. B. Environ Manage. v.20(1): p.1-10 (1996 Jan.-1996 Feb.)

153. NAL Call No.: HN831.Z9C64 1991
Special aspects of rural development in Nigeria.

vii, 75p. (Zentrum fur regionale Entwicklungsforschung, Giessen, 1991)
"Juli 1991.". I. The economics of aquaculture/Williams Olubodunde Olatubi -- II. A quantification of rural women labour in Nigeria/Chinedune U. Nwajiuba and G.A. Anyanwu.

154. NAL Call No.: QE1.G38
Strengthening rural women producers in Darfur Region; constraints and opportunities.

Holcombe, S. H. GeoJournal. v.14(1): p.19-28 (1987 Jan.)
Includes references.

155. NAL Call No.: HD6073.F32A3757 1991
Structural adjustment and African women farmers.

Gladwin, C. H.; University of Florida. Center for African Studies. viii, 413p. (University of Florida Press; Center for African Studies, University of Florida, Gainesville, 1991)
Includes bibliographical references and index.

156. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Struggles concerning sexuality among female youth.

Mbilinyi, M. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.111-123 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

157. NAL Call No.: HT401.R47
Struggling over strategies, fighting over food: Adjusting to food commercialization among Mandinka peasants.

Schroeder, R.; Watts, M. Res Rural Sociol Dev. (5): p.45-72 (1991)
In the series analytic: Household strategies/edited by D.C. Clay and H.K. Schwarzweller.

158. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Studying pastoral women's knowledge in milk processing and marketing--for whose empowerment.

Waters Bayer, A. Agric Human Values. v.11(2/3): p.85-95 (1994 Spring-1994 Summer)
In the special issue: "Participation and empowerment" in sustainable rural development/edited by L.A. Thrupp.

159. NAL Call No.: HD6223.S44 no.17
Supporting women farmers in the Green Zones of Mozambique.

Ayisi, R. A. 20p. (Seeds, New York, 1995)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 20).

160. NAL Call No.: HD1431.H67 1987
Supporting women's involvement in African agriculture: an assessment of selected agencies' approaches.

Horenstein, N. R.; International Center for Research on Women. ii, 23, 14 leaves. (International Center for Research on Women, Washington, D.C., 1987)
"Prepared for the World Bank, Division of Women in Development."

161. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Systems of knowledge as systems of domination: the limitations of established meaning.

Cashman, K. Agric Hum Val. v.8(1/2): p.49-58 (1991 Winter-1992 Spring)
In the series analytic: Indigenous agricultural knowledge systems and development/edited by D.M. Warren.

162. NAL Call No.: S494.5.I5B38
Technology, women, and farming systems.

Baser, H. 26 leaves. (Technology and Social Change Program, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, USA)
Bibliography: leaves 22-26.

163. NAL Call No.: TC801.I66
Towards gender balance in irrigation management--experiences in Kenya South West Kano Project.

Hulsebosch, J.; Ombara, D. Irrig drain Syst. v.9(1): p.1-14 (1995 Feb.)
Includes references.

164. NAL Call No.: HD9490.5.P34T7
Traditional palm oil processing: women's role and the application of appropriate technology.

King Akerele, O.; United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa. v, 52p. (United Nations, Economic Commission for Africa, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 1983)
At head of title: United Nations, Economic Commission for Africa, 1983.

165. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1W6
The training and visit agricultural extension in rainfed agriculture: lessons from Ethiopia.

Dejene, A. World Dev. v.17(10): p.1647-1659 (1989)
Includes references.

166. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Uncaptured or unmotivated? Women and the food crisis in Africa.

Staudt, K. Rural Sociol. v.52(1): p.37-55 (1987 Spring)
Includes references.

167. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
The underside of development: agricultural development and women in Zambia.

Spring, A.; Hansen, A. Agric Hum Val. v.2(1): p.60-67 (1985 Winter)
Includes references.

168. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
Using male research and extension personnel to target women farmers.

Spring, A. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension. p.407-426 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

169. NAL Call No.: 280.8 EC7226
The value of work-at-home and contributions of wives' household service in polygynous families: evidence from an African LDC.

Singh, R. D.; Morey, M. J. Econ Dev Cult Change. v.35(4): p.743-765 (1987 July)
Includes references.

170. NAL Call No.: 80 AC82
Vegetable gardens as a strategy to improve the position of rural women. The case of Ile a Morphil, Senegal.

Helsloot, L. Acta Hortic. (270): p.359-368 (1991 May)
Paper presented at the "First International Symposium on Horticultural Economics in Developing Countries," July 16-23, 1989, Alemaya, Ethiopia.

171. NAL Call No.: TC401.W6
Water, women, and development in Tanzania Improved domestic water supplies in rural areas, women in rural areas.

Shapiro, K. H. Pap World Congr Water Resour. (International Water Resources Association). (2): p.951-960 (1979)
6 ref.

172. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A43
Where can we go from here? recommendations for action.

Cloud, K.; Knowles, J. B. Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience/edited by Jean Davison (Westview Press). p.250-264 (1988)
Includes references.

173. NAL Call No.: 99.8 F768
Where credit is due: forests, women, and rural development.

Grigsby, W. J.; Force, J. E. J For. v.91(6): p.29-34 (1993 June)
Includes references.

174. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A43
Who owns what? Land registration and tensions in gender relations of production in Kenya.

Davison, J. Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience . p.157-176 (1988)
Includes references.

175. NAL Call No.: HM206.A1H8
Whose cows are they, anyway?: ideology and behavior in Nandi cattle "ownership" and control.

Oboler, R. S. Hum Ecol. v.24(2): p.255-272 (1996 June)
In the special issue: Gender and livestock management/edited by J. Curry and R. Huss-Ashmore. Paper presented at the 1992 annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association.

176. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A43
"A woman is like a field": women's strategies for land access in Swaziland.

Rose, L. Agriculture, women, and land: the African experience/edited by Jean Davison (Westview Press). p.177-201 (1988)
Includes references.

177. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
The woman's program of the Gambian mixed farming project.

Norem, M.; Russo, S.; Sambou, M.; Marlett, M. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.303-313 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

178. NAL Call No.: HD6073 F32A3571 1996
Women, agricultural intensification, and household food security: prooceedings of the workshop Women, Agricultural Intensification and Household Food Security, held at the Sasakawa Centre, University of Cape Coast, Ghana, 25-28, 1996

Breth, S. A.; Women, Agricultural Intensification and Household Food Security.; Global 2000; Sasakawa African Association. Vol. 178 v, 178p. (Sasakawa African Association, Mexico City, 1997)
Sponsored by the Sasakawa African Association and Global 2000; Includes bibliographical references.

179. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Women and development in Africa: A tentative approach through scenario building.

Bifani, P. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.245-267 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

180. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Women and development in Africa: the argument.

Were, G. S. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.4-7 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.
181. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6

181. Women and development in Africa: with special reference to the legal disabilities of married women in Lesotho.
Mamashela, M. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.165-170 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

182. NAL Call No.: HQ1744.B5W6
Women and development planning: case-study of Nauhatta block.

xiii, 162, 14, 4p. (Vikas Pub. House, New Delhi, 1988)
Study conducted by the Mahila Vikas Sangh, Social organization for women's development in Bihar.

183. NAL Call No.: S912.I5 1981
Women and energy. Rural Egyptian women.

Kamel, M. Education for environmental planning and conservation: edited proceedings, International Conference on Environmental Education/ editors, D.
Bandhu, N.L. Ramanathan (Indian Environmental Society).
p.279-282 (1982)
Includes references.

184. NAL Call No.: HD8039.A27W66 1991
Women and food security: the experience of the SADCC countries.

Carr, M. vi, 210p. (IT, London, UK, 1991)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 207-210).

185. NAL Call No.: 916937AGE
Women and productivity in two contrasting farming areas of Tanzania.

Due, J. M.; Anandajayasekeram, P. Ill Agric Econ Staff Pap Ser E Agric Econ Univ Ill Dept Agric Econ. (E-228) 23p. (1982 July)
Includes 7 references.

186. NAL Call No.: S625.T34A93 1994
Women and soil erosion. Frauen und Bodenerosion: eine entwicklungsethnologische Fallstudie in den West-Usambara-Bergen, Tanzania.

Augustat, K. v, 214p. (Verlag fur Entwicklungspolitik Breitenbach, Saarbrucken, 1994)
Summary in English.

187. NAL Call No.: S494.5 S86S8
Women and sustainable agricultural development in Nigeria.

Chikwendu, D. O.; Arokoyo, J. O. J Sustain Agric. v.11(1): p.53-69 (1997)
Includes references

188. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A29A348 1995
Women and sustainable development in Africa.

James, V. U. xvi, 203p. (Praeger, Westport, Conn., 1995)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 183-195) and index.

189. NAL Call No.: 99.8 UN1
Women and the energy crisis in the Sahel Africa.

Ki Zerbo, J. Unasylva (FAO). v.33(133): p.5-10 (1981)

190. NAL Call No.: HC55.N3
Women as managers of village water resources.

Kompaore, S. Nat Resour Forum. v.13(4): p.319-321 (1989 Nov.)
Includes references.

191. NAL Call No.: HC10.S63
Women as rice sharecroppers in Madagascar.

Jarosz, L. Soc Nat Resour. v.4(1): p.55-63 (1991 Jan.-1991 Mar.)
In the series analytic: Women and natural resources in developing countries/edited by N.L. Peluso.

192. NAL Call No.: HT401 J68
Women farm workers on South African deciduous fruit farms: gender relations and the structuring of work.

Kritzinger, A.; Vorster, J. J Rural Stud. v.12(4): p.339-351 (1996)
Includes references

193. NAL Call No.: S605.5.I45 1989
Women farmers and technology transfer.

Sanwidi, R. Agricultural alternatives and nutritional self sufficiency for a sustainable agricultural system that respects man and his environment. Proc. of the IFOAM Seventh Int Scientific Conference, Ouagadougou, January 2 5, 1989 (Ekopan). p.51-56 (1990)

194. NAL Call No.: HC800.C7
Women, food and rural development.

Weekes Vagliani, W. Crisis and recovery in Sub Saharan Africa . p.104-110 (1985)
Includes references.

195. NAL Call No.: 281.29 SO12
Women from African and Mediterranean countries: agricultural work of women in poor regions of the Mediterranean and African countries. Femmes d'Afrique et des pays mediterraneens: Le travail agricole des femmes dans les regions pauvres des pays mediterraneens et africains.

Stevens, H.; Jeay, A. M. Sociol Ruralis. v.18(4): p.235-244 (1978)
Bibliography p. 242-243.

196. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Women in African development: remarks on accepting the Distinguished Service to Rural Life Award.
Tinker, I. Rural Sociol. v.5(5): p.358-362 (1985 Sept.)

197. NAL Call No.: HD6073.R482W6
Women in African rice farming systems.

Dey, J. Women in rice farming: proceedings of a conference on Women in Rice Farming Systems, The International Rice Research Institute, Philippines, 26-30 September 1983 (Gower). p.419-444 (1983)
Includes 12 references.

198. NAL Call No.: TX341.F605 no.8
Women in food production, food handling and nutrition: with special emphasis on Africa, a report of the protein-calorie advisory group (pag) of the United Nations systems, June 1977.

Eide, W. B.; Protein Calorie Advisory Group of the United Nations System. xi, 223p. (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, 1979)
Bibliography: p. 203-223.

199. NAL Call No.: 80 AC82
Women in horticulture: a case study of Mbeya rural area in Tanzania.

Nyomora, A. M. S. Acta Hortic. (270): p.351-358 (1991 May)
Paper presented at the "First International Symposium on Horticultural Economics in Developing Countries," July 16-23, 1989, Alemaya, Ethiopia.

200. NAL Call No.: HQ1788.A57
Women in rural economy: contemporary variations.

Guyer, J. I. African women south of the Sahara/edited by Margaret Jean Hay and Sharon Stichter (Longman). p.19-32 (1984)

201. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.5.S5K67 1982
Women in small-scale fisheries: the case of Tombo village, Sierra Leone.
Kotnik, A.; Fisheries Pilot Project Tombo. 105p. (GTZ, Germany, 1982)
At head of title: Fisheries Pilot Project Tombo.

202. NAL Call No.: HQ1788.A57
Women in the changing African family.

White, L. African women south of the Sahara/edited by Margaret Jean Hay and Sharon Stichter (Longman). p.53-68 (1984)

203. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Women in the colonial economy of Bungoma: Role of women in agriculture, 1902-1960.

Nasimiyu, R. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.56-73 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

204. NAL Call No.: HQ1788.A57
Women in the rural economy: past, present, and future.

Henn, J. K. African women south of the Sahara/edited by Margaret Jean Hay and Sharon Stichter (Longman). p.1-18, maps (1984)

205. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.C55 1988
Women, natural resource management and household food security: an overview.

Chimedza, R. 30p. (Dept. of Agricultural Economics & Extension, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe, 1988)
"December 1988."

206. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Women organizations in Kenya.

Riria Ouko, J. V. N. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.188-197 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

207. NAL Call No.: HD2095.5.J8
Women participation in selected rural development programmes in the northern states of Nigeria.

Adefolu Akinbode, I.; Onazi, O. C.; Olayiwole, C. J Rural Dev. v.5(1): p.109-132 (1982 June)
Literature review.

208. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Women's access to higher education in Kenya: a study of opportunities and attainment in science and mathematics education.

Eshiwani, G. S. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.91-110 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

209. NAL Call No.: HD2127.N3 No.263
Women's access to land and their role in agriculture and decision-making on the farm: experiences of the Jolus of Kenya.

Pala, A. O. 22p. (Institute for Economic Studies, University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya, 1978)
Bibliography: p. 22.

210. NAL Call No.: S473.B61F6
Women's agriculture in a cattle economy.

Fortmann, L.; Cornell University. Center for International Studies. ii, 33p. (Ministry of Agriculture, Gaborone, Botswana, 1981)
On titlie page: "Center for International Studies, Cornell University."

211. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Women's aspirations and perceptions of their own situation in society.

Kariuki, P. W. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.222-229 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

212. NAL Call No.: HM206.A1H8
Women's changing economic roles with pastoral sedentarization: varying strategies in alternate Rendille communities.

Fratkin, E.; Smith, K. Hum Ecol. v.23(4): p.433-454 (1995)
Includes references.

213. NAL Call No.: HD6073.F32Z339
Women's contributions to farming systems and household income in Zambia.

Due, J. M. 29p. (Women in International Development, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 1985)
Bibliography: p. 29.

214. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
Women's income and household expenditure patterns: gender or flow? Evidence from Niger.

Hopkins, J.; Levin, C.; Haddad, L. Am J Agric Econ. v.76(5): p.1219-1228 (1994)
Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, August 7-10, 1994, San Diego, California.

215. NAL Call No.: HD6213.A6B6
Women's involvement in agriculture in Botswana.

Bond, C. A. 58, xvi p. (C. A. Bond, Botswana?, 1974)
Chiefly tables.

216. NAL Call No.: HQ1803.F67
Women's involvement in high risk arable agriculture: the Botswana case.

Fortmann, L.; United States. Agency for International Development. Office of Women in Development. 27, 5p. (Women in Development, Agency for International Development, International Development Cooperation Agency, Washington, D.C. 1980)
"Women in Development"--Cover. 1980."

217. NAL Call No.: 922946AGE
Women's labour allocation and irrigated rice production in North Cameroon.

Jones, C. IAAE Occas Pap Internat Assoc Agric Econ. (Grower Publishing Co. Ltd.). (3):p.172-177 (1983)
Includes 4 references.

218. NAL Call No.: GB611.A3
Women's perspective on living in new desert settlements.

Wass, B. M. Adv Desert Arid Land Technol Dev. (5): p.611-626 (1991)
In series analytic: Desert development: proceedings of the Second International Desert Development Conference held on January 25-31, 1987, in Cairo, Egypt/edited by A. Bishay and H. Dregne.

219. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292A434
Women's programme in agricultural credit and banking: report on Policy-Makers' Workshop on Women's Agricultural Credit and Banking Programmes for Selected Eastern and Southern African Countries, Nairobi, Kenya, 14-17 March 1983.

African Regional Agricultural Credit Association. (1983: Nairobi, Kenya) iv, 89p. (AFRACA, Nairobi, Kenya, 1983)
Bibliography: p. 87-88.

220. NAL Call No.: HD9750.5.W48
Women's rights and interests in trees.

Obi, S. N. C. Whose trees?: proprietary dimensions of forestry. p.240-242 (1988)
Includes references.

221. NAL Call No.: HD2117.A33
Women's role and agricultural technology.

Kumar, S. K. Accelerating food production in Sub Saharan Africa . p.135-147 (1987)
Paper presented at the "Accelerating Food Production in Sub-Saharan Africa" conference, August 1983, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.

222. NAL Call No.: SF380.I52
Women's tasks in the management of goats in Southern Nigeria.

Ajala, A. A. Small Rumin Res. v.15(3): p.203-208 (1995 Feb.)
Includes references.

223. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292K47
Women's use of off-farm and boundary lands: agroforestry potentials: final report.

Wachiira, K. K.; International Council for Research in Agroforestry. 139p. (International Council for Research in Agroforestry, Nairobi, Kenya, 1987)
"April 1987."

224. NAL Call No.: HD9049.C8G5
Women's work at the roadside: kenkey cakes in Ghana. Frauenarbeit am Strassenrand: Kenkeykuchen in Ghana.

Rocksloh Papendieck, B. iii, 193p. (Institut fur Afrika-Kunde im Verbund der Stiftung Deutsches Ubersee-Institut, Hamburg, South Africa, 1988)
Summary in English.

225. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Women, the law and convention.

Haile, D. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.143-150 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

226. NAL Call No.: DT365.A2J6
Women, the law and convention: a Ugandan perspective.

Maitum, M. I. D. I. E. J East Afr Res Dev. (15): p.151-164 (1985)
Paper presented at an international conference on "Women and Development in Africa," Sept 24/28, 1984, Nairobi, Kenya.

227. NAL Call No.: DT19.9.C2C3
Women: the neglected human resource for African development.

United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, H. R. D. D. Can J Afr Stud. v.6(2): p.359-370 (1972)
Includes references.

228. NAL Call No.: 24 R34
Women, the silent farm managers in the small scale commercial areas of Zimbabwe [Agricultural extension].

Mungate, D. Zimbabwe Agric J. v.80(6): p.245-249 (1983 Nov.)
Includes references.

229. NAL Call No.: 99.8 UN1
Women, wood and work: in Kenya and beyond.

Thrupp, L. A. Unasylva. v.36(4): p.36-43; ill. (1984)
Includes references.

230. NAL Call No.: S544.5.M274W6 1988
Workshop report of the Workshop on Improving Agricultural Extension and Training Policies for Rural Women in Malawi: 11th to 14th October 1988, Capital Hotel, Lilongwe, Malawi.

Workshop on Improving Agricultural Extension and Training Policies for Rural Women in Malawi (1988: Lilongwe, Malawi) i, 6p. (Women's Programme Section, Ministry of Agriculture, Lilongwe, 1988)
Includes bibliographical references.

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