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close this bookResources, Power and Women, Proceedings of the African and Asian Inter-regional Workshop on Strategies for Improving the Employment Conditions of Rural Women (ILO, 1985, 96 p.)
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View the documentPREFACE
View the documentACKNOWLEDGEMENT
View the documentCHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
View the documentCHAPTER 2 MAJOR ISSUES, CONCLUSIONS AND SUGGESTED FOLLOW-UP ACTIONS
View the documentCHAPTER 3 WOMEN'S PROJECTS AND PROGRAMMES
View the documentCHAPTER 4 ACCESS TO AND CONTROL OVER RESOURCES: LAND/FOREST
View the documentCHAPTER 5 CREDIT AND MARKETING
View the documentCHAPTER 6 ORGANISATION, CONSCIENTISATION AND PARTICIPATION
View the documentCHAPTER 7 APPROACHES TO TECHNICAL CO-OPERATION
View the documentCHAPTER 8 STRATEGIES FOR ACTION: REPORTS OF WORKING GROUPS
View the documentANNEX I List of Participants
View the documentANNEX II Agenda
View the documentANNEX III DOCUMENTS PREPARED FOR THE WORKSHOP*
View the documentANNEX IV INAUGURAL ADDRESS BY THE CHIEF MINISTER, ZANZIBAR.
View the documentANNEX V A REPORT ON THE FIELD TRIP
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ANNEX III DOCUMENTS PREPARED FOR THE WORKSHOP*

*These discussion papers were prepared in limited quantities. Edited versions are being prepared for an anthology.

GENERAL

- Rural development with women: elements of success, by Madhuri Bose, Martha Loutfi and Shimwaayi Muntemba

- Identification of successful projects for improving the employment conditions of rural women: Summaries of the African, Asian and Pacific cases, ILO 1984

PANELS

Panel 1

- Women's work in rural cash food systems: The Tombo and Gloucester development projects in Sierra Leone, by Filomina Chioma Steady

- The Trivandrum experiment, by Sarala Gopalan

- Irrigated gardens, Molepolole, Botswana: A case study by William Duggan

Panel 2

- Co-operation or exploitation? experiences of women's initiatives in Tanzania, ed. by Marjorie Mbilinyi. In particular see the Chapter on "The politics of co-operative organisation in Isange Village"

- Role and participation of women in the 'Chipko' movement in the Uttarkhand region in Uttar Pradesh, India, by Kumud Sharma, Balaji Pandey and Kusum Nautiyal

Panel 3

- Improving working conditions for rural women through creation of alternative employment options: A case study of the working women's forum, Dindugal dairy women's project and Adiramapattinam Fisher-Women's Project, by Nandini Azad and Research Team

- The production and marketing of Women's handicrafts in Swaziland, by Margo Russell

- Savings clubs: The mobilization of rural finances in Zimbabwe, by Ruvimbo Chimedza

- The role of women in production and marketing. A study of their linkages and development through co-operatives as seen in the case of: (1) The Bangladesh Hasta Shilpa Samabaya Federation Ltd (2) The Munshirhat Mahila Samabaya Sanity, by Hameeda Hossain

Panel 4

- An experience in the improvements and employment conditions of rural women in Ethiopia: Two case studies, by Alasebu G. Selassie

Other Background Papers

1. Initiatives for improving employment conditions of rural women: Illustrations and lessons from the field, by Shimwaayi Muntemba

2. Women workers in rural areas, their struggle to organise, by Zubeida Ahmad

3. Toward strategies for improving the employment conditions of rural women, by Martha Loutfi

4. Women workers in rural development: A programme of the ILO, by Zubeida Ahmad and Martha Loutfi

5. Etude de quelques associations des femmes rurales du centre-sud de Cameroun, par Frans Essomba Balla

6. The cases of the Shah Kot training and income-generating and the Sungli income-generating projects for women, Pakistan, by Systems Limited

7. A study of two co-operatives for female ex-combatants, by Patricia S. Bwerinofa

8. Successful rural women's projects by Mumbwa Case, Zambia, by Dorothy Chiyoosha Muntemba Stjernstedt