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Akerkar, S. 2001. Gender and participation: overview report. Institute of Development Studies.

Bamberger, M., Blackden, M., Manoukian, V. & Fort, L. 2000. PRSP source book. Gender Chapter. Washington, DC, World Bank.

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FAO. 1996. Statistics and gender. Agricultural censuses: orientations for a revision of concepts and methodology. Rome.

FAO. 1997. Strategic Extension Campaign: a participatory-oriented method of agricultural extension, by R. Adhikarya. Rome.

FAO. 1998. The household livelihood security concept, by T.R. Frankenberger and M.K. McCaston. Food Nutrition and Agriculture, No. 22. Rome.

FAO. 1998. Rural women and food security: current situation and perspectives. Rome.

FAO. 1999. Six billion and counting: food security and agriculture in a demographically changing World. Rome. (paper)

FAO. 1999. Women in agricultural development: gender issues in rural food security in developing countries. Rome.

FAO. 1999. Filling the data gap. Gender-sensitive statistics for agricultural development. Rome.

FAO. 1999. Women - users, preservers and managers of agrobiodiversity. Rome.

FAO. 2000a. Gender and Food Security: The Role of Information - Strategy for Action. Rome.

FAO. 2000b. The state of food and agriculture: Lessons from the past 50 years. Rome.

FAO. 2000c. A gender perspective on land rights. Rome.

FAO. 2000d. Agriculture: Towards 2015. Rome. (Technical interim report)

FAO. 2001a. From farmer to planner and back: harvesting best practices. Rome.

FAO. 2001b. Women, agriculture and food security. Rome.

FAO. 2001 and 2002. The State of Food Insecurity in the World 2001 and 2002. Rome.

FAO. 2002. Integrating gender in land tenure programmes: finding and lessons from country case studies. Rome. (working document)

FAO. 2002. Crops and drops. Making the best use of water in agriculture. Rome.

FAO. 2002. Water: precious and finite resource. Rome.

FAO. 2002. Contribution of Food Processing to Food Security. Kyoto Conference Outcome and papers presented.

FAO. 2002. Aquaculture and Farming Systems Development. Attributes of Smallholder Farming Systems. Rome.

FAO. 2002. Global trends in agricultural extension: challenges facing Asia and the Pacific region, by M.K. Qamar. Keynote paper presented at the FAO Regional Expert Consultation on Agricultural Extension, Research-Extension-Farmer Interface and Technology Transfer, held in Bangkok, 16-19 July 2002.

Fong, M. & Mukhopadhyay, M. 1999. Gender in agricultural sector programs. Washington, DC, World Bank.

Kabeer, N. 1995. Women, Wages and Intra-household Power Relations in Urban Bangladesh. Brighton, UK, University of Sussex.

Mehra, R. & Gammage, S. 1999. Trends. 1999. Countertrends and Gaps in Women's Employment in World Development, No. 27.

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UN. 1999. World survey on the role of women in development. New York.

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UN. 2000. Review and appraisal of the Beijing Platform for Action (E/CN.6/2000/PC/2). New York.

UN. 2001. Improvement of the situation of women in rural areas. Report of the Secretary-General. New York.

United Nations Development Programme - UNDP. 2001. Human development report. New York.

United Nations Development Fund for Women - UNIFEM. 2000. Progress of the World's Women 2000. New York.

Whiteside, M. 1998. Encouraging sustainable smallholder agriculture in Southern Africa in the context of agricultural services reform. UK, Overseas Development Institute.

World Bank. 2001. Engendering development: through gender equality in rights, resources, and voice. Washington, DC.

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