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Priorities for socio-economic research in farming systems in South-East Asia

Paris T. R. and C.C. Sevilla. 1995. Priorities for socio-economic research in farming systems in South-East Asia . Global Agenda for Livestock Research held in IRRI, Los Baños, The Philippines on 10-13 May 1995. Experiments conducted on-station and on-farm for the … Continue reading

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Gender analysis in crop-animal research

by Paris, T. (1995) in Devendra, C.Sevilla, C. (eds.). Crop-animal interaction: proceedings, – Los Banos, Laguna (Philippines). For the past years, increased attention has been given to the important roles of rural women in Asian agriculture. Except in land preparation and … Continue reading

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Process of technology development and transfer to women: a case study of the microrice mill in Guimba, Nueva Ecija, Philippines

Paris, T.R.,Diaz, C.P.,Hossain, M.,Vasallo, A.B. (International Rice Research Inst., Los Banos, Laguna (Philippines) A paper presented in the Conference International Workshop on Enhancing Incomes of Rural Women Through Suitably Engineered Systems, Los Banos, Laguna (Philippines), 10-13 May 1994. Studies show … Continue reading

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Priorities for socio-economic research in farming systems in South-East Asia

by Paris T.1 and Sevilla C. 2 1International Rice Research Institute (IRRI); 2University of the Philippines at Los Banos (UPLB) in Global Agenda for livestock research. Proceedings of the Consultation for the South-East Asia Region held at IRRI Los Banos, Philippines … Continue reading

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Technology and Policy Needs of Poor Women in Asian Rice Farming

by Thelma Paris, in Gender, Technology and Development, Vol. 2, No. 2, 187-218 (1998) Abstract Studies on innovative rice technologies have shown that they do not always lead to in creased and more efficient production and higher incomes for the … Continue reading

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