2 edition of Gender and agrarian change in Tanzania found in the catalog.
Gender and agrarian change in Tanzania
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Suleiman Ngware ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Ngware, Suleiman Shaaban Abdallah.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1240.5.T34 G44 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 148 p. :|
|Number of Pages||148|
|LC Control Number||97950386|
Are you aware of Tanzania Gender Issues and Inequalities of Tanzania peoples traditional behaviour? This page is here to give you all the gender issues concerning men and women in Tanzania. • Tanzania is going through a transition when it comes to gender roles; however, it is still a male dominant society. The article examines gender differences in agricultural productivity using panel data for Tanzania. At the national level, there is weak evidence of mean differences in productivity between male and female plots, but conditional on manager characteristics, plot characteristics, inputs, and crop choice, plots managed solely by a woman are consistently found less productive than all other by:
There is little evidence or research to provide a reliable basis for gender-sensitive approaches to agricultural adaptation to climate change. This article explores the gender dimensions of climate change, in relation to participation in decision-making, divisions of labour, access to resources, and knowledge systems. Gender and REDD+ in Tanzania: An overview of key issues. Prepared by Jessica Campese. Tanzania Natural Resources Forum. o insecure land and tenure rights, often due to lack of understanding and respect for statutory rights; and should be understood in the context of any project that seeks to discuss and change gender Size: KB.
Mainland Tanzania by seeking answers to the following specific questions: • What were the changes in the proportion of girls’ enrolment at the Standard 6 level for the eleven zones in Tanzania between and ? • What were the changes in the size and the direction of the gender differences in readingFile Size: KB. While Tanzania has been at the forefront of creating a positive legal framework and political context for gender equality, certain legal, regulatory, and administrative barriers still hinder women's full participation in private sector development. This report analyzes these barriers and makes recommendations for needed change, to ensure women's full contribution to private sector development.
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Topics covered range from policy discussions about women's land rights in sub-Saharan Africa to land tenure reforms and women's interests in Tanzania; and from new prospects with respect to gender and land rights in India, to agrarian reform to rural social movements and women's land rights in is a timely collection, in which careful empirical analysis is presented with analytical power and : Paperback.
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In many regions of the world, agricultural transformations are occurring through increased commodification, new value-chains, technological innovations introduced by CGIAR and other development interventions, declining viability of small-holder agriculture livelihoods, male out-migration from rural areas, and climate change.
This book addresses how these changes involve fluctuations in gendered labour. Get this from a library. Agrarian change, gender and land rights. [Shahra Razavi;] -- This collection of cutting-edge articles focuses on recent shifts in thinking about land rights, particularly as they relate to women.
Leading feminist scholars in the field provide searching. Women’s Land Rights and Rural Social Movements in the Brazilian Agrarian Reform, Carmen Diana Deere Shahra Razavi is Research Co-ordinator at UNRISD. Agrarian Change, Gender and Land Rights is co-published with Blackwell Publishing.
Journal of Agrarian Change, Vol. 3 Nos. 1 and 2, January and Aprilpp. 2– Introduction: Agrarian Change, Gender and Land Rights SHAHRA RAZAVI Neo-liberal economic agendas are impacting on rural livelihoods and people’s attachment to, and functions of, land Cited by: Books; Events; Back | Programme Area: Gender and Development ( - ), Social Policy and Development ( - ) Agrarian Change, Gender and Land Rights.
More Information. Events. Agrarian Change, Gender and Land RightsPalais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland 6 - 7 Nov ; Publications. Agrarian Change, Gender and Land Reform: A South. Gender Equality Context in Tanzania. Tanzania has seen recent progress on issues such as girl’s access to primary and secondary education and women’s representation in decision-making example, from /11 to /15, the proportion of women in senior positions increased from 33% to 41%.Women have also seen an improvement in access to employment in “sectors such as.
Evolution of gender and poverty dynamics in Tanzania poverty, agrarian change, gender, divorce, widowhood, female headed households, in Tanzania correspond to a fall in poverty, why indeed has the number of those in poverty increased by 1 million from.
As a result, Tanzania has mainstreamed gender into a number of national development frameworks and ratified international as well as regional gender Size: KB. The report makes specific recommendations to address gender-related barriers in the context of ongoing government and donor initiatives to encourage private sector development as the key driver of poverty reduction and economic growth, in line with Kenya's Economic Recovery Strategy for Wealth and Employment Creation (ERS).
the literature base on gender and climate change has grown significantly, highlighting a growing interest in the linkages between gender and climate change. However, a disproportionate number of studies focus on sub-Saharan Africa and Asia (42).
Moreover, adaptation studies (as opposed to vulnerability studies) tend to address gender issues more. This book presents research from across the globe on how gender relationships in agriculture are changing. In many regions of the world, agricultural transformations are occurring through increased commodification, new value-chains, technological innovations introduced by CGIAR and other development interventions, declining viability of small-holder agriculture livelihoods, male out-migration Cited by: 2.
In Tanzania, family structure depends on the tribe, but is increasingly being affected by western ideas of family. Yet change comes slowly. A man is always the head of a household in Tanzania. He earns the majority of the money, and makes the final decisions on issues of importance.
A woman, on the other hand, earns respect by bearing children. FOREWORD Tanzania recognizes that realizing gender equality is a necessary step towards attaining sustainable socio-economic development. The Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania of guarantees equality between men and women and support.
In her article ‘Gender, Land Tenure and Agrarian Production Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa’, Dzodzi Tsikata provides a historical overview of the gender problem in the agrarian change literature and policies, arguing that gender inequalities in land tenure systems have shaped, and been shaped, by gendered agrarian production and reproduction.
Climate change (CC) consequences in Tanzania have taken a gender dimension, in which women are seen to be more vulnerable than men. Although a number of studies have been conducted on gender and CC, information on gender inequality and CC adaptation strategies, particularly in Tanzania, is.
Gender and Education in Tanzania Schools includes chapters written individually and collectively by members of the Women in Education Development Group (WED). It takes an open and deliberate approach to the topic of gender and education at both primary and secondary levels. changes in economic empowerment – that economists tend to address in considering the relationships between the economic changes labelled ‘economic transformation’ and the welfare of women.
Box 1: What is a job. Jobs are defined as ‘activities that generate actual. This title was first published in The essays in this volume explore the changing nature of family and gender relations in contemporary Tanzania. Particular attention is paid to the social construction of marriage and to the interplay of family life and gender relations with economic processes and forms of by:.
Land and Village acts (). 6. Government (through MCDGC) is facilitating number of gender institutionalization process in various Sectors for example, establishment of gender focal points, capacity building and training on gender; gender budgeting initiatives has been adopted and is institutionalized in selected Size: KB.In Tanzania, national land laws include provisions on gender issues that many scholars and advocates regard as generous and progressive.
The inclusion of this language can partly be attributed to the efforts and contributions of civil society organizations (CSOs), including several women’s groups, during the land law reform process in the mid to late s.Gender and economic growth in Tanzania: unleashing the power of women.
p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN —ISBN (electronic) in development—TanzaniaWomen—Government policy—TanzaniaWomen— Tanzania—Social conditions. —Tanzania—Economic conditions. 5.