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Title: Synthesis of case studies on the role of women in fishing communities
Authors: Wétohossou, C.Z.
Satia, B.P.
Issue Date: 1997
Abstract: Being involved in artisanal fisheries activities, women have become unavoidable actors in the socio-economic development of West African countries. And yet, despite this key role, the importance of their contribution is often not well known. Thus, in 1995, IDAF Programme set up a Working Group on women's key role and issues related to gender in fishing communities. This group, composed of eleven women, all distinguished scientists and rural development experts in the sub-region, undertook ten case studies in fourteen (14) regions in eight countries. It also organized two meetings for an in-depth thought about women's effective involvement in fishing communities.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1834/399
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