Higher agricultural education and opportunities in rural development for women - An overview and summary of five case-studies

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Prepared by

Marilee Karl

in collaboration with
William I. Lindley
L. Van Crowder
Nathaniel Doron

Education Group
Extension, Education and Communication Service, FAO

Rome, 1997

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Literacy and access to formal education

Access to extension and training

Responsivenees of research institutes to the needs of women farmers

Women and agro-biodiversity

Women and participation in agricultural policy-making and development bodies

Comparison of five studies on enrolment of women in higher agricultural education: Côte D'Ivoire, Jordan, Nigeria, The Philippines, and the university of the West Indies


Case studies

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