This source book seeks to raise awareness and to provide information on how rural transport problems might be identified and addressed, focusing on women, since they carry the main burden. The book highlights rural transport
activities and needs, considers household, and other agricultural transport needs. It also looks at improving local transport infrastructure and establishing transport services. It uses case study material to illustrate approaches and technologies.
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