Women and Gender Relations in Kazakstan

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Asian Development Bank, Jan 1, 1997 - Social Science - 138 pages
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The Asian Development Bank has adopted a policy that emphasizes human resources development and cross-cutting social issues in program and project activities. Encouraging the participation of women in development is one of the Bank's key objectives. The Bank, therefore, in 1996, conducted a study on the impact of transition on women in conjunction with drafting its Country Operational Strategy for Kazakstan and other economic and sector work on children and on the social costs of transition. This report provides the results of the gender study and the implications for the Bank's programming and project activities. As one product, gender-related interventions are proposed for specific sectors within the Bank's assistance to Kazakstan.

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Demographic Ethnic and Legal Changes
Births to Single Mothers
Marriages and Divorces

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DAVID GREEN, creative director of Brightgreen Design in Orangeburg, New York, is the author of earlier books in the series on the Cubs and the Red Sox.

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