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close this bookGender and the Expansion of non-traditional Agricultural Exports in Uganda (UNRISD, 2000, 66 p.)
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View the document1. Introduction1
View the document2. Gender and Macroeconomic Policy in Africa
close this folder3. The National Context
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View the document3.1 Gender and Public Policy in Uganda
close this folder4. The Rural Sector
View the document4.1 Characteristics of the Rural Sector
View the document4.2 Poverty in the Rural Sector
View the document4.3 Gender Roles in Agriculture
close this folder5. Macroeconomic Policy
View the document5.1 The Adjustment Strategy
View the document5.2 Non-Traditional Agricultural Exports Promotion Policies: Potential and Constraints
close this folder6. Gender and NTAE Promotion: Findings from the Field Studies
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View the document6.1 Village Characteristics
View the document6.2 Supply Response
View the document6.3 Labour Constraints
View the document6.4 Other Constraints on Production
View the document6.5 Control and Expenditure of Cash Crop Income
View the document7. Conclusions
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