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Women Feel the Impact of Climate Change

June 19, 2010, taken from http://www.baiganchoka.com “We are dependent on agriculture, which is totally dependent on good weather”, says Nompumelelo Maluleke as she shades her eyes from the fierce glare of the mid-day sun. As a rural woman, she says, … Continue reading

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The Impact of Technologies on Women in Asian Rice Farming

by Paris, T.  Book chapter from Impact of Rice Research Pingali P, Hossain M, editors. 1998. Impact of rice research. Proceedings of the International Conference on the Impact of Rice Research, 3-5 Jun 1996, Bangkok, Thailand. Thailand Development Research Institute, Bangkok, Thailand, … Continue reading

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Mainstreaming social and gender concerns in participatory rice varietal improvement for rainfed environments in Eastern India

Paris T, Singh A, Singh VN, Ram PC, a paper presented at the International Symposium on Participatory Breeding and Knowledge Management for Strengthening Rural Livelihoods. 17-19 July 2006. Held at Sambivan Auditorium, M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation. Taramani Institutional Area, Third … Continue reading

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Gender Analysis in Crop-Animal Research

T.R. Paris For the past years, increased attention has been given to the important roles of rural women in Asian agriculture. Except in landpreparation and application of chemicals, they are predominantly involved either as unpaid labor or wage laborers in … 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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