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(PDF) Livelihood Issues and Concerns of Women and Men

Gender in TY Livelihood Issues and Concerns of Women and Men in Small Mines and Quarries of South Asia Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt Fellow, Resource Management in Asia Pacific Program Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies The Australian National University ACT 0200, Canberra, Australia Email: [email protected] Abstract The global trend of informalisation of women’s work is also evident in what is commonly known as artisanal and small

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CiteSeerX — Gender in TY Livelihood Issues and

This paper focuses on the small mines and quarries of South Asia, and reviews the gender and livelihood issues and concerns in these mines. This research presented here is exploratory in nature, making some estimates based on proxy indicators and field surveys, and addresses a gap in existing knowledge in TY and on gender roles in the informal work in the mines and quarries in South Asia.

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Gender in TY Livelihood Issues and Concerns of Women

Women are quite invisible although they participate in large numbers in these mineral extraction practices. This paper focuses on the small mines and quarries of South Asia, and reviews the gender and livelihood issues and concerns in these mines.

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Understanding and integrating gender issues into livestock

2021. 2. 8.  Seven categories of key challenges that rural women and men face in the poultry, small ruminant and dairying livestock sub-sectors are described below. 3. Access to and control over natural resources Despite women’s crucial contribution to agriculture and food security, due to traditional and

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Gender Issues in Small Scale Inland Fisheries in Asia:

2021. 2. 8.  It is important to understand the relationships between women and men in carrying out fisheries related activities. As can be seen in Box 1, focusing support only on women's activities can lead to failure to achieve project objectives if the omplimentary or conflicting roles and relations between women and men are not considered.

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Gender-Based Violence and Livelihood Interventions

Global issues such as deepening poverty, food insecurity and HIV and AIDS cannot be fully addressed without full and active participation of affected populations and communities, and in particular, women. This is particularly the case in the context of humanitarian crises. Although much work still needs to be done to assess the

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Livelihood Vulnerabilities Among Women in Small-Scale

2020. 10. 9.  Women as a whole typically have limited access to livelihood capital assets compared to their male counterparts (Doss et al. 2015). Women in fishing communities in particular are characterized as having weak access to capital assets (see Kebe et al. 2009 ; Oumer 2004 ), explaining why this study used a higher cut-off value of 67% to determine who in the sample was vulnerable to livelihood

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OXFAM RESEARCH REPORT MARCH 2013 CHALLENGES TO

2019. 10. 15.  are seen as inferior to men, and stark inequalities between women and men persist. Women have little decision-making power or control over assets. Violence against women is widespread, and possibilities to seek and obtain redress are very limited. Polygamy, which is legal and common in South Sudan, constitutes an impediment to women‟s equality. Early and

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Women’s Resistance and Struggles: Asserting our Rights to Land,

2013. 5. 28.  As agricultural workers, women share with the men, the problems of low wages, long hours of work in the fields, insufficient protection from occupational health hazards and limitations to their rights to organise. But women agricultural workers suffer additional burdens due to the prevailing gender segregation in agricultural work, gender-based

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“Impacts of Migration on a Livelihood Pattern of Womens”

2019. 3. 12.  A very small proportion of these migrants are employed in manufacturing sector work.It is important to note that the share of the womens working in agricultural sector declines when the distance from the origin increases.(Premi, M. 1980).The percentage of female migrant workers in urban-to-rural type engaged in ‘other services’ like services in tertiary sector,seems to reflect the extent

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Gender in TY Livelihood Issues and Concerns of

Women are quite invisible although they participate in large numbers in these mineral extraction practices. This paper focuses on the small mines and quarries of South Asia, and reviews the gender and livelihood issues and concerns in these mines.

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Women in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining: Challenges and

2021. 2. 1.  Women in Artisanal and Small-Scale Mining: making it difficult for women to openly air their concerns and ideas in front of men. This lower status Any mechanism aimed at bringing solutions to the issues faced by women in TY needs to be . founded on a comprehensive study.

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Gender-Based Violence and Livelihood Interventions:

2021. 7. 29.  The two studies also attempted to identify the appropriate livelihood strategies to mitigate and prevent GBV, and reduce the vulnerability of women and men. This Guidance Note seeks to contribute to the small body of literature on intersections between GBV, HIV and rural livelihoods in humanitarian settings, and the role of livelihood interventions.

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QUALITATIVE STUDY OF HOUSEHOLD LIVELIHOOD STRATEGIES AND CONSTRAINTS

2018. 9. 21.  • Perhaps because of the scarcity of jobs, women and men expressed a preference for self-employment. • Farmers stated that farming is the best livelihood activity; business owners said that business is the best activity. • As among farmers, women and men are divided as to whether they view business as better now compared to in the past.

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OXFAM RESEARCH REPORT MARCH 2013 CHALLENGES TO

2019. 10. 15.  OXFAM RESEARCH REPORT MARCH 2013 Oxfam Research Reports are written to share research results, to contribute to public debate and to invite feedback on development and humanitarian policy and practice. They do not necessarily reflect Oxfam policy positions. The views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily those of Oxfam.

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(En)Gendering Change in Small-Scale Fisheries and

2018. 9. 28.  Salmi and Sonck-Rautio focus on the division of labor and women’s and men’s strategies in the small-scale fisheries of Finland, Europe. In this kind of fisheries, the household is a central and significant work unit for livelihoods in general. The study is an example of how women’s and men’s roles have changed over the years.

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Women’s Resistance and Struggles: Asserting our Rights to Land, Resources and Livelihood

2013. 5. 28.  Women’s Resistance and Struggles: Asserting our Rights to Land, Resources and Livelihood 8 Introduction and communities. Rural women are challenging national policies to incorporate the women’s agenda and become represented in parliaments. Rural women have become leaders, resource persons, and

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Project Proposal MPTF Office GATEWAY

Vulnerable community members of women, girls; boys and men show concerns of protection such as GBV and child Outcome 3 Improved the livelihood of 130 male and female beneficiaries selected from IDP settlements and poor host community in Gardo issues and how children can be part of child protection efforts by the community

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Roles of Rural Women in Livelihood and Sustainable Food

Roles of Rural Women in Livelihood and Sustainable Food Security in Ethiopia: A Case Study from Delanta Dawunt District, North Wollo Zone. International Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences.

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Evaluation of Community-Based Coastal Resource Management (CBCRM) and Small

2019. 8. 29.  the men and women in the communities and LGU. As a result of Project interventions, local officials, even those who viewed the law on women as “anti-men”, included the issue of VAW in their agenda for the community, and local health and social welfare officials agreed to launch an information campaign on the issues.

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Gender in TY Livelihood Issues and Concerns of

Women are quite invisible although they participate in large numbers in these mineral extraction practices. This paper focuses on the small mines and quarries of South Asia, and reviews the gender and livelihood issues and concerns in these mines.

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Gender-Based Violence and Livelihood Interventions:

2021. 7. 29.  The two studies also attempted to identify the appropriate livelihood strategies to mitigate and prevent GBV, and reduce the vulnerability of women and men. This Guidance Note seeks to contribute to the small body of literature on intersections between GBV, HIV and rural livelihoods in humanitarian settings, and the role of livelihood interventions.

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Gender Issues Population and Development CNR

2018. 1. 18.  Gender Issues, Population and Development in Ethiopia by relationships between women and men. Historical, ideological, cultural, religious, societies (like in Ethiopia), envisaged improvements in the livelihood of women are highly dependent on the efficiency of the economic performance of the country.

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OXFAM RESEARCH REPORT MARCH 2013 CHALLENGES TO

2019. 10. 15.  OXFAM RESEARCH REPORT MARCH 2013 Oxfam Research Reports are written to share research results, to contribute to public debate and to invite feedback on development and humanitarian policy and practice. They do not necessarily reflect Oxfam policy positions. The views expressed are those of the author and not necessarily those of Oxfam.

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Livelihoods, gender and climate change in the Eastern

2019. 9. 1.  Women have equal workload as their male partners in livelihood activities. 2. Literacy rates are higher for men. However the literacy rates of women when compared to the national average are far higher. 3. Work related to road laying especially work under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act women usually involved. 4.

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Meket Livelihood Development Project Evaluation Report

2014. 3. 4.  male and 125,990 female. Three percent of the population live in small urban towns and 97 percent in rural areas. Children below four years old comprise 16 percent of the total population. The overall aim of the project was to encourage experimentation and diversification of the rural economy against a backdrop of safety nets.

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“Impacts of Migration on a Livelihood Pattern of

2019. 3. 12.  A very small proportion of these migrants are employed in manufacturing sector work.It is important to note that the share of the womens working in agricultural sector declines when the distance from the origin increases.(Premi, M. 1980).The percentage of female migrant workers in urban-to-rural type engaged in ‘other services’ like services in tertiary sector,seems to reflect the extent

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Roles of Rural Women in Livelihood and Sustainable Food

Roles of Rural Women in Livelihood and Sustainable Food Security in Ethiopia: A Case Study from Delanta Dawunt District, North Wollo Zone. International Journal of Nutrition and Food Sciences.

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WOMEN AND GENDER PARTICIPATION IN THE FISHERIES

2001. 11. 29.  the woman is the main person who has to decide on how she is going to feed her family. The lake becomes the place to go. Fish trade among women in Lake Victoria is both specialized and combined with other activities. A majority of the women (57%) earn an income purely on fish trade while 43% combined fish trading and other businesses.

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The problem with ‘women empowerment’ schemes

2019. 6. 6.  Credit and empowerment. The model of extending small credits to women’s groups without collateral boosted the SHG movement in India, which has been appropriated by NRLM. Over a period of time, there has been an attempt to establish connection between access to credit and empowerment for rural women.

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