Women in Agriculture, Part I: Women on the Land

International

1252. NAL Call No.: HD1417.F6
1977 training for agriculture and rural development [Women, developing countries, extension].

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. FAO Econ Soc Dev Ser. p.7, 122 p. Map. Ref. (1977)

1253. NAL Call No.: S544.6.N5
1985 training for agriculture and rural development. Training for agriculture and rural development.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. vi, 116p. (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy, 1986)
Cover title: Training for agriculture and rural development.

1254. NAL Call No.: HD6073.F3I58 1994
1994 International Women in Agriculture Conference: farming for our future: post-conference proceedings.
International Women in Agriculture Conference (1st: 1994: University of Melbourne). (Women in Agriculture 1994 International Conference Committee Inc., Melbourne, Vic., 1995)
"National Dairies Limited are proud to be the major sponsors of the Women in Agriculture 1994 International Conference"--P. iv.

1255. NAL Call No.: S530.A4
Agricultural education: key to providing broader opportunities for Third World women in production agriculture.

Lelle, M. A.; Holt, B. A. J Am Assoc Teach Educ Agric. v.28(4): p.32-39 (1987 Winter)
Literature review.

1256. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
Agricultural growth, the status of women, and fertility.

Whittington, L. A.; Stapleton, D. C. Am J Agric Econ. v.77(3): p.706-711, 725-726 (1995 Aug.)
Paper presented at the ASSA winter meeting, January 6-8, 1995, Washington, D.C. Discussion by H.H. Jensen, p. 725-726.

1257. NAL Call No.: HD1417.I572
Agriculture.

Yates, B. A.; Paralikar, K. R. Int Agric Publ Gen Ser. (3): p. 26-29 (1987 May)
Includes references.

1258. NAL Call No.: SF531.T73I58 1984
Beekeeping for women in integrated rural development.

Townsend, G. F. 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.244-246 (1985)
Includes references.

1259. NAL Call No.: HD6223.C3
Blacksmith, baker, roofing-sheet maker--: employment for rural women in developing countries.
Carr, M. xiv, 144p. (Intermediate Technology Publications, London, 1984)
Bibliography: p. 139-144.

1260. NAL Call No.: S544.6.B4
Bridging the gender gap in agricultural extension.
Berger, M.; Delancey, V. H.; Mellencamp, A.; United States. Agency for International Development. Office of Women in Development. 74p. (International Center for Research on Women, Washington, D.C. 1984)
"Prepared for the Office of Women in Development, U.S. Agency for International Development."

1261. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
Can structural adjustment work for women farmers.
Mehra, R. Am J Agric Econ. v.73(5): p.1440-1455 (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.

1262. NAL Call No.: HD9000.1.F66
The challenge of rural poverty.

Saran, R. Food Policy. v.13(4): p.397-400 (1988 Nov.)

1263. NAL Call No.: HT401.J68
Changing gender roles in productionist and post-productionist capitalist agriculture.

Symens, D. J Rural Stud. v.7(1/2): p.85-90 (1991)
In the series analytic: Women in agriculture/edited by M.B. Darque and R. Gasson. Paper presented at a Workshop at the World Congress for Rural Sociology, July 1988, Bologna, Italy.

1264. NAL Call No.: S540.A2A52
The changing role of women in rural societies: a summary of trends and issues.

Castillo, G. T. ADC Semin Rep Agric Dev Counc. p.12, 8 (1977 Feb.)

1265. NAL Call No.: 99.8 UN1
Community forestry depends on women.

Hoskins, M. W. Unasylva (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations). v.32(130): p.27-32 (1980)
8 ref.

1266. NAL Call No.: SF191.W6
Dairy training for rural women.

Marsden, A. W. World Anim Rev. (1): p.30-36 (1972)

1267. NAL Call No.: TX341.F63
'Demand side' technology: an agricultural strategy based on small-farm needs.

Arulpragasam, L. C. Ceres. v.18(6): p.27-35; ill. (1985 Nov.)

1268. NAL Call No.: S544.A35
Designing agricultural extension for women farmers in developing countries.

Weidemann, C. J. Agricultural extension worldwide: issues, practices, and emerging priorities . p.175-198 (1987)
Papers presented at the Center for International Extension Development at the University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland.

1269. NAL Call No.: S544.D47 1992
Designing and implementing agricultural extension for women farmers: technical note.

World Bank. Women in Development Division. 26p. (Women in Development Division, Population and Human Resources Dept., World Bank, Washington D.C. 1992)
Cover title.

1270. NAL Call No.: S544.6.S25 1992
Developing agricultural extension for women farmers.

Saito, K. A.; Spurling, D. 105p. (World Bank, Washington, D.C. 1992)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 97-105).

1271. NAL Call No.: HQ1870.9.W653 1980
Developing nations: challenges involving women.
Stoecker, B. J.; Montgomery, E. I.; Gott, S. E.; Women in Development Conference (1980: Texas Tech University). 251p. (International Center for Arid and Semi-arid Land Studies, Lubbock, Tex., 1982)
Proceedings of the Women in Development Conference, held Nov. 10-11, 1980 at Texas Tech University, sponsored by the International Center for Arid and Semi-arid Land Studies.

1272. NAL Call No.: HQ1.J44
Economic systems and rates of polygyny.

Lee, G. R.; Whitbeck, L. B. J Comp Fam Stud. v.21(1): p.13-24 (1990 Spring)
Includes references.

1273. NAL Call No.: SF531.T73I58 1988
Education and training for women.

Fry, M. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Apiculture in Tropical Climates, Cairo, Egypt, 6 10 November 1988 . p.302-304 (1989)

1274. NAL Call No.: 389.9 F735CONC
Eighteenth session, Rome, 8-27 November 1975. The role of women in rural development.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Conf Food Agric Organ U N. (C 75/23, rev.): p.1, 13 (1975 Sept.)

1275. NAL Call No.: 275.28 J82
Empowering women through agricultural extension: a global perspective.

Rivera, W. M.; Corning, S. L. J Ext. (28): p.26-27 (1990 Winter)
Literature review.

1276. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Extension systems and modern farmers in developing countries.

Weidemann, C. J. Agric Hum Val. v.2(1): p.56-59 (1985 Winter)
Includes 13 references.

1277. NAL Call No.: HT401.R94
Farm women, farming systems, and agricultural structure: suggestions for scholarship.

Flora, C. B. Rural Sociol. v.1(6): p.383-386 (1981 Nov.)
Includes references.

1278. NAL Call No.: HG4027.7.H54 1992
Financing women's enterprise: beyond barriers and bias.

Hilhorst, T.; Oppenoorth, H. 104p. (Royal Tropical Institute; Intermediate Technology Publications; UNIFEM, Amsterdam, The Netherlands; London; New York, 1992)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 97-104).

1279. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
From recommendation domains to intra-household dynamics and back: attempts at bridging the gender gap.

Alberti, A. M. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.61-72 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

1280. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A272D444 1995
Gender and agricultural development: surveying the field.

Henderson, H. K.; Hansen, E. xvi, 161p. (University of Arizona Press, Tucson, AZ , 1995)
Includes bibliographical references and index.

1281. NAL Call No.: SD387.S55G47 1992
Gender and environment: lessons from social forestry and natural resource management: a sourcebook.
Warren, S. T.; Aga Khan Foundation Canada. 98p. (Aga Khan Foundation, Toronto, Canada, 1992)
"In cooperation with Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development ... et al."

1282. NAL Call No.: HD1476.D44A36
Gender issues and agricultural technology development.

Jiggins, J. Agroecology and small farm development . p.45-51 (1990)
Includes references.

1283. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.5.A35C48 1987
Gender issues in A.I.D.'s agricultural projects, how efficient are we?: a study of the lessons learned in implementation of A.I.D.'s women in development policy in West and North Africa, the Near East, and Asia.

Cloud, K.; United States. Agency for International Development. viii, 26, 45 leaves. (U.S. Agency for International Development, Washington, D.C., 1987)
Cover title.

1284. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.5.D44G35 1989
Gender issues in agriculture and natural resources management.

Russo, S. L.; Spring, A.; Horwith, B.; United States. Agency for International Development. Office of Women in Development. ix, 72p. (U.S. Agency for International Development, Washington D.C., 1989)
"April 1989."

1285. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
Gender issues in farming systems research and extension.

Poats, S. V.; Schmink, M.; Spring, A.; University of Florida. Women in Agricultural Development Program. xxi, 450 p. (Westview Press, Boulder, 1988)
"Published in cooperation with the Women in Agricultural Development Program, University of Florida"--Page opposite t.p.

1286. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1W6
Gender planning in the Third World: meeting practical and strategic gender needs.

Moser, C. O. N. World Dev. v.17(11): p.1799-1825 (1989 Nov.)
Includes references.

1287. NAL Call No.: HT401.A36
Gender related issues in international development assistance for agriculture and rural life.

Axinn, N. W. Agric Hum Val. v.5(1/2): p.69-76 (1988 Winter-1989 Spring)
Literature review.

1288. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
Gender, resource management and the rural landscape: implications for agroforestry and farming systems research.

Rocheleau M, D. E. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension. p.149-169 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

1289. NAL Call No.: 290.9 Am32P
Gender sensitivity of agricultural mechanization in developing countries.

Kaul, R. N. Pap Am Soc Agric Eng. p.17 (1993 Summer)
Paper presented at the "1993 International Summer Meeting sponsored by The American Society of Agricultural Engineers and The Canadian Society of Agricultural Engineering," June 20-23, 1993, Spokane, Washington.

1290. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1W6
Giving women credit: the strengths and limitations of credit as a tool for alleviating poverty.

Berger, M. World Dev. v.17(7): p.1017-1032 (1989 July)

1291. NAL Call No.: HC55.N3
Household energy resources: Whose priority.

Vainio Mattila, A. Nat Resour Forum. v.12(4): p.339-344 (1988 Nov.)
Includes references.

1292. NAL Call No.: S605.5.I45 1989
How can more appropriate farming systems be developed.

Kinnon, F.; Bayo, B. 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. p.57-67 (1989 Jan.)

1293. NAL Call No.: TX341.F63
The husband is the employer [Rural sociology, status of women].

Ahmed, W. Ceres. v.8(2): p.28-31 (1975 Mar.-1975 Apr.)
1294. NAL Call No.: HN981.C6I56
The Impact of development strategies on the rural poor: second analysis of country experiences in the implementation of the WCARRD Programme of Action. Second progress report on WCARRD Programme of Action, including the role of women in rural development. On the rural poor.Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Conference (24th: 1987: Rome, Italy). iv, 140p. (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation, Rome, Italy, 1988)
"Presented at the 24th session of the FAO Conference, held in Rome, 7-26 November 1987, under the title: Second progress report on WCARRD Programme of Action including the role of women in rural development."

1295. NAL Call No.: S590.A48
Improving and sustaining productivity in dryland regions of developing countries.

Steiner, J. L.; Day, J. C.; Papendick, R. I.; Meyer, R. E.; Bertrand, A. R. Adv Soil Sci.(Springer-Verlag) (8): p.79-122; maps (1988)
Literature review.

1296. NAL Call No.: HQ1.J46
Income under female versus male control. Hypotheses from a theory of gender stratification and data from the Third World.

Blumberg, R. L. J Fam Issues. v.9(1): p.51-84 (1988 Mar.)
Includes references.

1297. NAL Call No.: S544.5.A43P8
Information for women in agricultural extension in ACP countries: a report.

Purvis, B. M.; Centre technique de cooperation agricole et rurale. 75p. (Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation, Wageningen, the Netherlands, 1987)
"March 1987."

1298. NAL Call No.: 99.8 UN1
Integrating women into forestry development.

Williams, P. J. Unasylva. v.36(4): p.31-32 (1984)

1299. NAL Call No.: TX341.F63
The invisible woman [Rural sociology].

Presvelou, C. Ceres. v.8(2): p.50-53 (1975 Mar.-1975 Apr.)

1300. NAL Call No.: 99.8 UN1
Involving women in forestry projects.

Molnar, A. Unasylva. v.36(4): p.29-31 (1984)

1301. NAL Call No.: HN981.C6A47 no.3
Involving women in rural development processes.

Nelson, N.; Overseas Development Institute (London). 24p. (Overseas Development Institute, London, 1979?)
Paper presented at the Meeting on Administration and Organization for Women in Agricultural Development held at ODI on 29 March 1979.

1302. NAL Call No.: TJ163.15.A37
Issues of women, energy, and appropriate technologies in developing countries.
Tinker, I. Agriculture, rural energy & development: selected proceedings of the 1980 symposium/sponsored by the International Association for the Advancement of Appropriate Technology for Developing Countries. (Div. of Research, Grad. School of Business Admin., Univ. of Michigan). p.319-326 (1981)
5 ref.

1303. NAL Call No.: HD6190.6.D58
Jobs for women in rural industry and services.

Dixon Mueller, R.; United States. Agency for International Development. Office of Women in Development. 54p. (Office of Women in Development, Agency for International Development: Distributed by Office of Women in Development, Agency for International Development, International Development Cooperation Agency, Washington, D.C., 1979)
Cover title. on Agrarian Reform and Rural Development of the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, Rome, July, 1979."

1304. NAL Call No.: HN49.C6J87
Just listen awhile: voices from a developing country.

Daines, J. v, 28p. (Office of International Agricultural Programs, Caribbean Agricultural Extension Project, Women in International Development/Research Information Center, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minn.?, 1986)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 24).

1305. NAL Call No.: aS698.S53 1989
Laborsaving home and village technology for food processing and preparation.

Slavics, J. J.; Weil, R.; Ford, I. C.; United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Office of International Cooperation and Development. iv, 154 leaves. (United States Dept of Agriculture, Office of International Cooperation and Development, Washington, D.C., 1989)
"September 1989." support provided by the Office of Nutrition, U.S. Agency for International Development."

1306. NAL Call No.: LC2572.C45
Literacy for rural women in the Third World.

Chlebowska, K. 146p. (Unesco, Paris, 1990)
Simultaneously published in French.

1307. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.L66 1993
Looking at gender and forestry: operational issues for project planners, implementors and administrators. Gender and forestry.

Finland. Ulkoasiainministerio. Kehitysyhteistyoosasto. 35p. (Finnish International Development Agency, Helsinki, 1993)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 31-34).

1308. NAL Call No.: HN49.W6B77
Market women's cooperatives: giving women credit.

Bruce, J. 16p. (Seeds, New York, 1980)

1309. NAL Call No.: 280.8 J822
The mobilization of women's labor for cash crop production: a game theoretic approach.

Jones, C. Amer J Agric Econ. v.65(5): p.1049-1054 (1983)
Includes 7 references.

1310. NAL Call No.: HD2095.5.J8
Monitoring and evaluation of training programmes for women functionaries in rural development.
Gopalan, S. J Rural Dev. v.11(5): p.573-599 (1992 Sept.)
In the special issue: Women Development/edited by M. Krishnaraj.

1311. NAL Call No.: GB500.M68
Mountain ecosystems and women: opportunities for sustainable development and conservation.

Byers, E.; Sainju, M. Mt Res Dev. v.14(3): p.213-228 (1994 Aug.)
Summary in: French, German; includes references.

1312. NAL Call No.: TD327.W5
Participation of women in water supply and sanitation: roles and realities.

Wijk Sijbesma, C. v. xiii, 191p. (International Reference Centre for Community Water Supply and Sanitation, The Hague, Netherlands, 1985)
Includes indexes.

1313. NAL Call No.: HD1542.T47
Peasant movements reacting to pauperization: the dialectics of liberation.

Huizer, G. Third World peasantry: a continuing saga of
deprivation .
(1): p.13-59 (1986)
Literature review.

1314. NAL Call No.: SB950.A1P3
Pest management, women and rural extension.

Gabriel, T. Trop Pest Manage. v.36(2): p.173-176 (1990 Apr.-1990 June)
Includes references.

1315. NAL Call No.: S544.I59
Planning extension programmes appropriate to rural women.

Peters, J. A. Investing in rural extension: strategies and goals/edited by Gwyn E. Jones (Elsevier Applied Science Publishers). p.149-158 (1986)

1316. NAL Call No.: HD5710.8.P7
Promotion of employment and incomes for the rural poor, including rural women, through non-farm activities: second item on the agenda.

International Labour Organisation. Advisory Committee on Rural Development. 131p. (International Labour Office, Geneva, 1983)
Table of contents (v p.) and corrigendum tipped in.

1317. NAL Call No.: 275.28 J82
Reaching out to Third World Women: Extension's international role.

Livingston, P.; Holt, B. A. J Ext. (25): p.31-33 (1987 Fall)
Includes references.

1318. NAL Call No.: HD6073.R482D442 1983
Report of Women in Rice Farming Systems Conference, 26-30 September 1983. Women in Rice Farming Systems Conference.

Women in Rice Farming Systems Conference (1983: International Rice Research Institute). 19p. (International Rice Research Institute, Los Banos, Laguna, Philippines, 1983)
Cover title.

1319. NAL Call No.: S494.5.S95G46
Research, recommendation and diffusion domains: a farming systems approach to targeting.

Wotowiec, P. Jr.; Poats, S. V.; Hildebrand, P. E. Gender issues in farming systems research and extension . p.72-86 (1988)
An international conference hosted by the Women in Agricultural Development Program, February 26-March 1, 1986, University of Florida.

1320. NAL Call No.: HD6207.A47 1984
Resources, power and women: proceedings of the African and Asian Inter-regional Workshop on Strategies for Improving the Employment Conditions of Rural Women, Arusha, Tanzania, 20-25 August 1984.

African and Asian Inter regional Workshop on Strategies for Improving the Employment Conditions of Rural Women (1984: Arusha, Tanzania). ix, 82p. (International Labour Office, Geneva, 1985)

1321. NAL Call No.: S3.A32
Rhetoric and reality: where do women in agricultural development projects stand today? 1. Women in agricultural development: the World Bank's view.

Jiggins, J. Agric Adm. v.15(3): p.157-175 (1984)
Includes references.

1322. NAL Call No.: S3.A32
Rhetoric and reality: Where do women in agricultural development projects stand today? 2. Women in agricultural development: some project, programme and policy issues.

Jiggins, J. Agric Adm. v.15(4): p.223-237 (1984)
Includes references.

1323. NAL Call No.: HN980.R64
Role of rural women in development: report of an international study seminar held at the Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex, U.K., 5th January to 10th February 1977.

Mazumdar, V.; Institute of Development Studies. viii, 125p. (Allied Publishers, Bombay, 1978)
Includes index.

1324. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.C4 1975
The role of women and youth in IRD [integrated rural development] projects.

Chaudhry, M. I. In CENTO Seminar on Integrated Rural Development. p.261-274 (1975)

1325. NAL Call No.: HD101.L33
The role of women in agrarian reform and rural development.
Palmer, I. Land Reform Land Settlement Coop. (1): p.57-70 (1979)
20 ref.

1326. NAL Call No.: SF5.W6 1988
The role of women in the adoption of new practices.

Finney, R. Proceedings/VI World Conference on Animal
Production, Helsinki 1988.
p.213-231 (1988)
Includes references.

1327. NAL Call No.: GB651.B84
The role of women in traditional agriculture and their integration in modern irrigation projects. Le role des femmes dans les systemes traditionnels d'agriculture et leur integration aux projects de developpement de l'agriculture irriquee.

Donner Shabafrouz, I. Bull Dtsch Verb Wasserwirtsch Kult. (8): p.139-154 (1983)
Paper presented at a "Symposium on Man and Technology in Irrigated Agriculture," 1982, Bensheim/Bergstrasse, Fed. Republic of Germany.

1328. NAL Call No.: HD9000.5.C52 1981
The roles of women in food, agriculture and economic development [World food problem].

Cloud, K. To end hunger: an exploration of alternative strategies in the struggle against world hunger, the report of the Church University Conference on World Hunger/L.L. Knowles, editor. (The National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U.S.A.). p.184-204 (1983)
Includes references.

1329. NAL Call No.: 275.9 N213
Roles of women in rural development. Attitudes by American and international students.

Arku, V.; Holt, B. A. NACTAJ Natl Assoc Coll Teach Agric. v.27(4): p.24-28 (1983)
Includes references.

1330. NAL Call No.: HD5701.3.R8
Rural labour markets and employment policies: issues relating to labour utilisation, remuneration and the position of women: third item on the agenda.

International Labour Organisation. Advisory Committee on Rural Development. iii, 91p. (International Labour Office, Geneva, 1983)
"ACRD X/1983/III"

1331. NAL Call No.: HD1417.F64 no.113
Rural poverty alleviation: policies and trends.
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. xiii, 81p. (Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, 1993)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 75-79).

1332. NAL Call No.: HD6223.L6
Rural women: unequal partners in development.

Loutfi, M. F. 81; photographsp. (International Labor Office, Geneva, 1980)
Bibliography: p. 77-81.

1333. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.A1J6
Savings and credit: women's informal groups as models for change in developing countries.

Wicktama, K. A. S.; Keith, P. M. J Dev areas. v.28(3): p.365-378 (1994 Apr.)
Includes references.

1334. NAL Call No.: HD1580.S65 1995
Social aspects of sustainable dryland management.

Stiles, D.; United Nations Environment Programme. xii, 313p. (Published on behalf of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEF) by J. Wiley & Sons, Chichester; New York, 1995)
Includes bibliographical references and index.

1335. NAL Call No.: 281.28 R88
Social theory and the de/reconstruction of agricultural science: local knowledge for an alternative agriculture.

Kloppenburg, J. Jr. Rural Sociol. v.56(4): p.519-548 (1991 Winter)
Literature review.

1336. NAL Call No.: TJ810.A54
Successful renewable energy projects: bringing women into the development process.

Trevor, F.; Stone, L. Proc annu conf Am Solar Energy Soc. p.483-487 (1994)
Meeting held June 25-30, 1994, San Jose, California.

1337. NAL Call No.: HQ1870.9.T43
Technology and rural women: conceptual and empirical issues.

Iftikhar-Ahmad; International Labour Office. xvi, 383p. (Allen & Unwin, London; Boston, 1985)
"A study prepared for the International Labour Office within the framework of the World Employment Programme."

1338. NAL Call No.: TX341.F63
Technology as a threat to the development of women's skills Effect of vocational training in rural areas of developing countries on social patterns.

Dhamija, J. Ceres (FAO). v.14(6): p.24-27 (1981 Nov.)
Includes 3 ref.

1339. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292D448 1994
Tools for the field: the methodologies handbook for gender analysis in agriculture.

Feldstein, H. S.; Jiggins, J. xvi, 270p. (Kumarian Press,
West Hartford, Conn., 1994)
Includes bibliographical references.

1340. NAL Call No.: HV696.F6C38
Tradition [World hunger, positive and negative impact, production and distribution of food, consumption of food, acceptance of technology, necessary land reform, position of women relative to food availability].

Wenzel, K. The Causes of world hunger/edited by William Byron (Paulist Press). p.28-37 (1982)
Includes references.

1341. NAL Call No.: GN476.I5
Underutilization of women's indigenous knowledge in agricultural and rural development programs: the effect of stereotypes.

Awa, N. E. Indigenous knowledge systems: implications for agriculture and international development. p.3-9 (1989)
Includes references.

1342. NAL Call No.: S539.7.U75
The users' perspective in international and national agricultural research: a background document prepared for a CGIAR Inter-Center Seminar on Women and Agricultural Technology, March 25-29, 1985, Bellagio, Italy.

International Service for National Agricultural Research. ii, 264 p. (International Service for National Agricultural Research, The Hague, The Netherlands,
Includes bibliographies.

1343. NAL Call No.: HN49.C6V64 1987
Voices of rural practitioners: self-analysis of local rural development initiatives worldwide. 1st ed.

Institute of Cultural Affairs International (Brussels, Belgium). 590p. (K.G. Saur, Munchen; New York, 1987)
English with some German.

1344. NAL Call No.: HD6223.S44 no.16
Wasteland development and the empowerment of women: the SARTHI experience.

Sarin, M.; Sarin, M. 20p. (Seeds, New York, 1993)

1345. NAL Call No.: 99.8 UN1
Why agroforestry needs women: four myths and a case study.

Fortmann, L.; Rocheleau, D. Unasylva. v.36(4): p.2-11; ill. (1984)

1346. NAL Call No.: 100 N27N
Woman's role important in agricultural development [in developing countries].

Morrison, J. Farm Ranch Home Q Nebr Agric Exp Stn. v.30(3): p.12-15; ill. (1983 Winter)

1347. NAL Call No.: S539.7.C4 1985
Women and agricultural technology: relevance for research: report from the CGIAR Inter-Center Seminar on Women and Agricultural Technology, Bellagio, Italy, 25 to 29 March 1985.

CGIAR Inter Center Seminar on women and Agricultural Technology (1985: Bellagio, Italy). 2 v. (International Service for National Agricultural Research, New York, N.Y.: The Rockefeller Foundation; The Hague, Netherlands, 1985)
At head of title: Report of a seminar. v. 1. Analyses and conclusions -- v. 2. Experiences in international and national research.

1348. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.W65
Women and development: beyond the decade: proceedings of the conference, 26-29 September, 1985, Guelph, Ontario, Canada. Femmes et developpement.

University of Guelph. Development Education Program. 90, 11p. (Development Education Program, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ont., 1986)
Text in English and French.

1349. NAL Call No.: HQ1390.T58
Women and development: final report of a workshop conducted by the American Association for the Advancement of Science for the U.S. Department of State, as a contribution to U.S. preparations for the United Nations Conference on Science and Technology for Development, March 26-27, 1979, Washington, D.C.

Tinker, I. vi, 189p. (American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington, 1979)
Work performed under Dept. of State Contract no.1019-966031.

1350. NAL Call No.: HN980.W6
Women and development: the sexual division of labor in rural societies: a study.

Beneria, L.; International Labour Office. xxiii, 257p. (Praeger, New York, N.Y., 1982)
Includes bibliographies and index.

1351. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.5.D44D36
Women and environment in the Third World: alliance for the future.

Dankelman, I.; Davidson, J. xiii, 210p.; 8p. of leaves. (Earthscan Pub. in association with IUCN; Distributed in the USA by Longwood Pub. Group, London; Wolfeboro, N.H., 1988)

1352. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292D4477 1985
Women and food politics. Femmes et politiques alimentaires: actes du Seminaire international sur la place des femmes dans l'autosuffisance et les strategies alimentaires: O.R.S.T.O.M.-C.I.E., 14-18 janvier 1985, Paris.

Bisilliat, J.; Seminaire international sur la place des femmes dans l'autosuffisance et les strategies alimentaires (1985: Paris, France). 741p. (Institut francais de recherche scientifique pour le developpement en cooperation, Paris: Editions de l'ORSTOM, 1985)
English and French.

1353. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A29W65
Women and food production.

Canadian International Development Agency. 3p. (Canadian International Development Agency, Canada, 1985)
Cover title.

1354. NAL Call No.: TX360.I4W67 1981
Women and food: World Food Day Seminar and Exhibition, October 16 and 17, 1981: report and recommendations.

World Food Day Seminar and Exhibition (1981: New Delhi, I. 42p. New Delhi, 1981)
All India Women's Conference

1355. NAL Call No.: SD387.S55W65
Women and forestry.

Canadian International Development Agency. 3p. (Canadian International Development Agency, Hull, Quebec?, 1985)
Cover title.

1356. NAL Call No.: HC10.S63
Women and international forestry development.

Molnar, A. Soc Nat Resour. v.4(1): p.81-90 (1991 Jan.-1991 Mar.)
In the series analytic: Women and natural resources in developing countries/edited by N.L. Peluso.

1357. NAL Call No.: HC10.S63
Women and natural resources in developing countries.

Peluso, N. L. Soc Nat Resour. v.4(1): p.1-3 (1991 Jan.-1991 Mar.)
In the series analytic: Women and natural resources in developing countries/edited by N.L. Peluso.

1358. NAL Call No.: HN49.R8S7
Women and participation in rural development: a framework for project design.

Staudt, K. A. ii, 78p. (Rural Development Committee, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., 1979)
Includes bibliographical references.

1359. NAL Call No.: FU S49.I57 92 23
Women and structural adjustment in a global economy.

Gladwin, C. H.; University of Florida. 37p. (Food and Resource Economics Dept., Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, Fla., 1992)
Title from cover.

1360. NAL Call No.: HD6073.F72D448
Women and the food cycle.

Carr, M. 86p. (Intermediate Technology Publications, London, 1989)
Includes bibliographical references.

1361. NAL Call No.: S3.A32
Women and the rationalisation of smallholder agriculture.

Doorenbos, J.; Haverkort, B.; Jiggins, J. Agric Admin Ext. v.28(2): p.101-112 (1988)
Includes references.

1362. NAL Call No.: LB1025.I4
Women and work: an international perspective.

Wilk, J. Ill Teach Home Econ. v.32 (1): p.36-38 (1988 Sept.)
Literature review.

1363. NAL Call No.: HC10.S63
Women annd natural resources in developing countries.

Peluso, N. L. Soc Nat Resour. v.4(1): p.1-3 (1991 Jan.-1991 Mar.)
In the series analytic: Women and natural resources in developing countries/edited by N.L. Peluso.

1364. NAL Call No.: 321.8 J82
Women as food producers in developing countries: impact on families.

Walker, R. S. J Home Econ. v.80(2): p.24-29 (1988 Summer)
Includes references.

1365. NAL Call No.: HD1431.F64
Women, development, equity, and efficiency: in pursuit of constrained bliss.

Cloud, K. Food, hunger, and agricultural issues: proceedings of a colloquium on future U.S. development assistance held at Winrock International Conference Center on Feb 17-19, 1988 . p.155-165 (1989)
Includes references.

1366. NAL Call No.: 100 IL64
Women in agricultural development.

Due, J. M.; Peterson, J. T. Ill Res Ill Agric Exp Stn. v.27(1): p.22-24; ill. (1985 Winter)

1367. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292D4486 1990
Women in agricultural development: FAO's plan of action.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. 41p.; ill., maps. (FAO, Rome, 1990)

1368. NAL Call No.: HN49.C6F74 1995
Women in agricultural development. Frauen in der landlichen Entwicklung: Tagungsbericht, 16. bis 18. Juni 1994.

Altmann, U.; Teherani Kronner, P.; Humboldt Universitat zu Berlin. Landwirtschaftlich Gartnerisch Fakultat. 197p. (Institut fur Genossenschaftswesen an der Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin, Berlin, 1995)
Papers presented at the Tagung "Frauen in der L andlichen Entwicklung" held at the Landwirtschaftlich-Gartnerische Fakultat Berlin.

1369. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292D446 1990
Women in agricultural development: gender issues in rural food security in developing countries.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Committee on World Food Security (15th session: 1990: Rome); Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Human Resources, Institutions and Agrarian Reform Division. Women in Agricultural Production and Rural Development Service.
22p. (Women in Agricultural Production and Rural Development Service, Human Resources, Institutions and Agrarian Reform Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, 1990)
"... this document has been prepared for the Fifteenth Session of the Committee on World Security, Rome, 26-30 March 1990."--p. 4 of cover.

1370. NAL Call No.: HD6073.A292D4462 1990
Women in agricultural development: women, food systems and agriculture. 1989 world survey on the role of women in development. Chapter 3.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Human Resources, Institutions, and Agrarian Reform Division. Women in Agricultural Production and Rural Development Service. 54p. (Women in Agricultural Production and Rural Development Service, Human Resources, Institutions and Agrarian Reform Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, 1990)
Originally published as Chapter 3 of 1989 world survey on the role of women in development. New York: United Nations, 1989, p. 75-128.

1371. NAL Call No.: HT401.J68
Women in agriculture. A selection of papers presented at a workshop at the World Congress for Rural Sociology held in Bologna, Italy, in July 1988.

Darque, M. B. ed.; Gasson, R. J Rural Stud. v.7(1/2): p.141 (1991)

1372. NAL Call No.: HQ1870.9.W66 1982
Women in development.
United States. Agency for International Development. Bureau for Program and Policy Coordination. 12 p. (Bureau for Program and Policy Coordination, U.S. Agency for International Development, Washington, D.C., 1982)
"October 1982."

1373. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.W653 1992
Women in development.

Bean/Cowpea Collaborative Research Support Program. 1v. (unpaged) (The Program, East Lansing, Mich., 1992?)
Cover title.

1374. NAL Call No.: HQ1870.9.W4
Women in development: at the right time for the right reasons.

Weekes Vagliani, W.; Grossat, B. 330p. (Development Centre of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Paris, 1980)
Bibliography: p. 329-330.

1375. NAL Call No.: HD6073.R482W6
Women in rice farming: proceedings of a conference on women in rice farming systems, The International Rice Research Institute, Manila, Philippines, 26-30 September 1983.

International Rice Research Institute. xxxiv, 531p. (Gower, Aldershot, Hants, England; Brookfield, Vt., 1985)
Includes bibliographies.

1376. NAL Call No.: HN777.M5
Women in rural development: a survey of the roles of women in Ghana, Lesotho, Kenya, Nigeria, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Peru.

Mickelwait, D. R.; Riegelman, M. A.; Sweet, C. F. xvii, 224p. (Westview Press, Boulder, Colo., 1976)
Bibliography: p. 217-224.

1377. NAL Call No.: HN980.W65
Women in rural development: critical issues.

International Labour Office. iii, 51p. (International Labour Office, Geneva, 1980)
"A WEP study."

1378. NAL Call No.: 99.8 F768
Women in subsistence forestry.

Fortmann, L. P. J For. v.84(7): p.39-43; ill. (1986 July)
Includes references.

1379. NAL Call No.: SF191.W6
Women's contribution to animal production and husbandry [Developing countries].

Oxby, C. World Anim Rev. (48): p.2-11; ill. (1983)
Includes references.

1380. NAL Call No.: S3.A332
Women's development and some related issues.

Hena, H. ADAB News. v.10(4): p.12-15 (1983 July-1983 Aug.)

1381. NAL Call No.: 922946AGE
Women's productivity in agricultural systems: an overview.

Cloud, K.; Overholt, C. IAAE Occas Pap Internat Assoc Agric Econ. (Grower Publishing Co. Ltd.). (3): p.166-171 (1983)
Includes 16 references.

1382. NAL Call No.: HC59.7.U53
Women's solidarity and divisions among women [Rural aspects, Third World situations].

Whitehead, A. IDS Bull Univ Sussex Inst Dev Stud. v.15(1): p.6-11 (1984 Jan.)
Includes references.

1383. NAL Call No.: HD6060.6.W66
Women's work: development and the division of labor by gender.

Leacock, E. B.; Safa, H. I. xi, 300p. (Bergin & Garvey, South Hadley, MA, 1986)
"Based on a conference on the Sexual Division of Labor, Development, and Women's Status"--P.ix.

1384. NAL Call No.: FNC QP141.A1P72
Women's workload and its impact on their health and nutritional status.

Lukmanji, Z. Prog Food Nutr Sci. v.16(2): p.163-179 (1992 Apr.-1992 June)
Literature review.

1385. NAL Call No.: HQ1240.W6627 1994
Women, the environment and sustainable development: towards a theoretical synthesis.
Braidotti, R.; International Research and Training Institute for the Advancement of Women. xiii, 220p. (Zed Books in association with INSTRAW, London; Atlantic Highlands, N.J., 1994)
Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-213) and index.

1386. NAL Call No.: HD9750.5.W48
Women, trees, and tenure: implications for agroforestry.

Rocheleau, D. E. Whose trees?: proprietary dimensions of forestry. p.254-272 (1988)
Includes references.

1387. NAL Call No.: DLC S494.5.S95 W65 1989
Working together: gender analysis in agriculture.

Feldstein, H. S.; Poats, S. V. 2 v.; ill., maps. (Kumarian Press, West Hartford, Conn., 1989)
Includes bibliographical references. v. 1. Case studies -- v. 2. Teaching notes.

 
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