Blacksmith, Baker, Roofing-sheet Maker--: Employment for Rural Women in Developing Countries
Using over 50 case studies from 22 countries which show how unconventional projects have developed women's earning power, this book is a source of ideas for all those helping to develop cash-producing work for women in developing countries.
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In some parts of the world women are blacksmiths Frontis
Women can make a wide range of commodities
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Africa agricultural aimed assistance bakery banana Bangladesh barefoot basis beekeeping Bhotia Botswana cash cassava caustic cent centre cloth co-operative coconut coir commercial constraints cost countries demand development agency device Dhaka dyeing earn economic employment equipment example factory fish food processing fund Gambia Ghana goat graters Guyana handicrafts Honduras household husking important improved income-generating activities income-generating projects increase India industries interest introduced investment involved Kenya labour Lijjat loan machine Mali manufacture Markala mill operative organization pappads participants poultry problem profitable programme purchase raw materials rice roofing sheets rural areas rural women sanitary towels school uniforms sell shea butter shillings soap soap-making solar stills spinning Sri Lanka stoves studies success supplies Tanzania techniques tie-dye traditional traditionally types UNICEF Upper Volta vegetable village women village-level weaving Women's Bureau women's groups workers
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Caroline O. N. Moser
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