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Changing the boundaries : women-centered perspectives on population and the environment / Janice Jiggins.

By: Jiggins, JaniceMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Washington : Island Press, ©1994. Description: 1 online resource (xx, 291 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 1417539283; 9781417539284; 9781597268417; 1597268410Subject(s): Women in development | Women in development -- Environmental aspects | Population policy | Femmes dans le développement | Femmes dans le développement -- Aspect de l'environnement | Politique démographique | SOCIAL SCIENCE -- Feminism & Feminist Theory | Population policy | Women in development | Women in development -- Environmental aspects | Entwicklungsländer | Vrouwen | Ontwikkelingsproblematiek | Bevolkingspolitiek | Milieuvraagstuk | FrauGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Changing the boundaries.DDC classification: 305.42 LOC classification: HQ1240 | .J54 1994ebOther classification: 71.33 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
pt. 1. Women and sustainable development: Why women's pers[ectives matter ; The game is not fairly divided -- pt. 2. Nullis in verba, or don't take anyone's word for it: Do we know what's going on? ; Food and agriculture : is there room to maneuver? ; Energy and trees : where do women really fit in? -- pt. 3. The education of women and girls : the best bet: A price worth paying ; The Mahila Samakhya program, India -- pt. 4. An exploration of reproductive health: The shrieking sisterhood ; Reproductive health initiatives in Bangladesh and Nigeria -- pt. 5. Women, agriculture, and natural resources: Green and just ; Five cases: I also want to be heard. Water supply development, Nyankine Village, Kenya. Integration of fish ponds and homestead gardens, Bangladesh. Scientists collaborate with women farmers, Botswana. Stone lines, planting pits, and the Naam Movement in Burkina Faso. The Women's Extension Program, Zambia. Farming for the future ; Conclusions.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-281) and index.

pt. 1. Women and sustainable development: Why women's pers[ectives matter ; The game is not fairly divided -- pt. 2. Nullis in verba, or don't take anyone's word for it: Do we know what's going on? ; Food and agriculture : is there room to maneuver? ; Energy and trees : where do women really fit in? -- pt. 3. The education of women and girls : the best bet: A price worth paying ; The Mahila Samakhya program, India -- pt. 4. An exploration of reproductive health: The shrieking sisterhood ; Reproductive health initiatives in Bangladesh and Nigeria -- pt. 5. Women, agriculture, and natural resources: Green and just ; Five cases: I also want to be heard. Water supply development, Nyankine Village, Kenya. Integration of fish ponds and homestead gardens, Bangladesh. Scientists collaborate with women farmers, Botswana. Stone lines, planting pits, and the Naam Movement in Burkina Faso. The Women's Extension Program, Zambia. Farming for the future ; Conclusions.

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