Impact of irrigation development on women and their households: the case of the Aslong Project
Institute of Philippine Culture, Ateneo de Manila University, 1987 - Technology & Engineering - 91 pages
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THE LAND AND THE PEOPLE
THE ASLONG PROJECT AND lTS EFFECTS
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Aslong irrigation project Aslong irrigation system Aslong project area Aslong system assistance association activities association members average Bahay beneficiary category Bicol Region Bikol Camarines carabao cash cavans construction copra corrmunals direct-beneficiary households dry season effects engage family income farmers farming households female members food production gender hired workers household members household operations husband improvement increase interviews irrigated area irrigation development landless households Libmanan ln Aslong ln contrast lndirect lnggo lnstitute of Philippine lower half lrrigation male and female ment Moreover NlA's Nueva Ecija Palangon palay harvest palay production palay yield participation participatory percent project activities project and association proxies result rice crop rice farms rice production rice-farming households riceland sample households San lsidro sector served share spouses strategy Subtotal survey system maintenance Table tasks threshing tion tons transplanting village weeding wet season women