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Periodical articleKaundjua, Maria B.; Angula, Margaret N.; Angombe, Simon T. (2012)
Community perceptions of climate change and variability impacts in Oshana and Ohangwena Regions
Abstract presentJournal for Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences. Volume 1 #1. p. 21-32.

BookRobert, Nikoi Ashley (2010)
Human and regional geography for senior high schools
Accra: Aki-Ola Publications. Aki-Ola series. 514p.

Periodical articleIkeoji, C.N. (2008)
See this publicationTraining needs of rural women in agriculture in Delta and Edo States of Nigeria
Ghana Journal of Agricultural Science. Volume 41 #1. p. 79-84.

Periodical articleAdisa, Rashid S.; Adekunle, Oluwasegun A. (2007)
See this publicationRole duality among school-age children participating in farming in some villages in Kwara State, Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 32 #3. p. 108-120.

Periodical articleGatali, C.; Brewer, F. (2006)
Perceived barriers and opportunities to the linkage of research, education and extension in Rwanda
Etudes rwandaises. Volume 11. mars. p. 57-69.

Periodical articleOloruntoba, Abayomi; Ajayi, Michael Tunde (2006)
See this publicationGender and Research Attainment in Nigerian Agricultural Universities
Abstract presentJournal of Higher Education in Africa. Volume 4 #2. p. 83-98.

Periodical articleAkpabio, Iniobong A. (2005)
See this publicationBeneficiary Perceptions of Gender Specific Extension Delivery Service in Akwa Ibom, Nigeria
Gender and Behaviour. Volume 3. p. 396-405.

BookChepyator-Thomson, Jepkorir R. (ed.) (2005)
African Women and Globalization: Dawn of the 21st Century
Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press. 292p.

BookCornwall, Andrea (ed.) (2005)
Readings in Gender in Africa
Bloomington, Indiana/Oxford: Indiana University Press/James Currey. 247p.

Periodical articleNnadi, F.N.; Akwiwu, C.D. (2005)
Rural Women's Response to Selected Crop Production Technologies in Imo State, Nigeria
Global Approaches to Extension Practice. Volume 1 #1. p. 47-54.

Periodical articleNwachukwu, E.O. (2005)
Gender Sensitivity in Agricultural Extension Services in Imo State: Issues and Challenges
Global Approaches to Extension Practice. Volume 1 #1. p. 83-90.

BookRein, Melanie (ed.) (2005)
See this publicationWorking together: a critical analysis of cross-sector partnerships in Southern Africa
Cambridge: University of Cambridge Programme for Industry. 154p.

BookVerner, Dorte; Verner, Mette (2005)
Economic Impacts of Professional Training in the Informal Sector: The Case of the Labor Force Training Program in Cote d'Ivoire
Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Latin America and the Caribbean Region, Social Development Family. Policy Research Working Paper #3668. July. 27p.

Dissertation / thesisAbenakyo, Annet (2004)
Catching the Tiger by its Tail: Integration of Gender in the National Agricultural Advisory Services (NAADS) in Mukono District, Uganda
M.Sc. Thesis: Wageningen University, Wageningen, Netherlands. 114p.

Book chapterAhmed, Muna M.M.; Musa, F.S. (2004)
Gender Issues - Training, Livestock and Income Generating Activities
In: Ahmed, Muna M.M. and Idris, Mohamed F.E. and Teka, Tegegne (eds.). Dryland Husbandry in the Sudan: Grassroots Experience and Development. Dryland Husbandry Project (DHP) Sudan. Addis Ababa/Khartoum: OSSREA/University of Khartoum.

Dissertation / thesisBitew, Sebie S. (2004)
The Role of Agricultural Extension in Sustaining Livelihood of Rural Female-Headed Household in Amara Region, Ethiopia
M.A. Thesis: University of Professional Education, Deventer, Netherlands. 61p.

Dissertation / thesisKuukaraa, Cornelius (2004)
Viable Strategies for Reaching Women Farmers by the Agricultural Training Colleges in Ghana
M.A. Thesis: University of Professional Education, Deventer, Netherlands. 74p.

Dissertation / thesisLarbi-Apau, Josephine A. (2004)
Building Management Capacity of Women for Commercial Agricultural Enterprises in Ghana: Training and Development Resource Materials for Trainers
M.P.S. Thesis: Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. 152p.

Periodical articleLoos, Jackie (2004)
The Daughters of the Mother of Activity: Threads in a Skein Linking South Africa, Scotland and Malawi in the 1870s and 1880s
Quarterly Bulletin of the National Library of South Africa. Volume 58 #3. p. 95-106.

Dissertation / thesisOdongi, Eunice (2004)
Integrating Gender into the Agricultural Extension System as a Method of Reducing Vulnerability of Women to HIV/AIDS: Focus on Vihaga District Kenya
M.A. Thesis: University of Professional Education, Deventer, Netherlands. 80p.

BookOwusu-Ansah, Joseph P. (2004)
Making the Visible Invisible: The Impact of Extension Agent Attitudes towards Farmers on Extension Projects and Policy: The Case of Uganda
United States: J.P. Owusu-Ansah. 500p.

Dissertation / thesisSarah, Nakamya (2004)
Agricultural Extension to Empower Rural Women Farmers: A Case of Nakasongola District Uganda
M.A. Thesis: University of Professional Education, Deventer, Netherlands. 59p.

Periodical articleSsewamala, Fred M. (2004)
See this publicationExpanding Women's Opportunities: The Potential of Heifer Projects in Sub-Saharan Africa
Development in Practice. Volume 14 #4. June. p. 550-559.

BookZewde, Bahru (2004)
Land, Gender and the Periphery: Themes in the History of Eastern and Southern Africa
Addis Ababa: Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA). 170p.

Periodical articleAdeokun, O.A.; Adereti, F.O. (2003)
Agricultural Extension and Fishery Development: Training for Women in the Fish Industry in Lagos-State, Nigeria
Journal of Agriculture and Social Research. Volume 3 #2. p. 64-76.

BookAdetoun, Bolanle E.A. (2003)
Organization and Management of Extension Services for Women Farmers in South-Western Nigeria
New Delhi, India: Global Development Network (GDN). 33p.

Periodical articleAjayi, A.O.; Farinde, A.J.; Laogun, E.A. (2003)
Women Farmers Training Needs and Their Correlates for Effective Extension Programme and Poverty Reduction in Oyo State of Nigeria
Journal of Extension Systems. Volume 19 #1. p. 91-102.

BookAkanji, Bola; Bonat, Zwaku; Salihu, Amina (2003)
Gender-Aware Analysis of the Federal Budgets in Nigeria (1995-2002): Focus on the Education and Agriculture Sectors
Lagos: Centre for Democracy and Development. 80p.

BookFlintan, Fiona (2003)
See this publicationEngendering Eden: Volume Two: Women, Gender and ICDPs (Integrated Conservation and Development Projects) in Africa: Lessons Learnt and Experiences Shared
London: International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED). IIED Wildlife and Development Series #17. June. 80p.

Book chapterMafela, Lily (2003)
Gendered Education in an African Setting: Bechuanaland Protectorate in Pre-Colonial and Colonial Periods
In: Zewde, Bahru. Land, Gender and the Periphery: Themes in the History of Eastern and Southern Africa. Addis Ababa: Organization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa (OSSREA).

Periodical articleMudukuti, Anna E. (2003)
Rural Women's Perceived Barriers to Extension Participation: The Zimbabwe Case
Journal of Extension Systems. Volume 19 #2. p. 23-31.

Periodical articleThompson, Guy (2003)
Complicating the Past: Oral History and Agrarian Change in Colonial Zimbabwe
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 30 #2. p. 154-177.

BookVijfhuizen, Carin; Braga, Carla; Artur, Luis; Kanji, Nazneen (2003)
See this publicationGender, Markets and Livelihoods in the Context of Globalisation: A Study of the Cashew Sector in Mozambique: January, 2002-June, 2004: Main Report
London/Maputo: International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and Eduardo Mondlane University. 4p.

Dissertation / thesisChiche, Yeshi (2002)
Comparative Analysis of Gender Related Farm Households in the Arsi-Negele Farming Zone in Ethiopia
M.Sc. Thesis: University of Pretoria, Pretoria, South Africa. 84p.

Periodical articleGilbert, Robert A.; Sakala, Webster D.; Benson, Todd D. (2002)
See this publicationGender Analysis of a Nationwide Cropping System Trial Survey in Malawi
African Studies Quarterly. Volume 6 #1-2. p. 223-243.

Periodical articleOnemolease, Eddy (2002)
See this publicationExtension Needs of Women Cassava Farmers in Igueben and Esan Northeast Local Government Areas of Edo State, Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 27 #1-2. p. 116-126.

Periodical articleDoss, Cheryl R.; Morris, Michael L. (2001)
How Does Gender Affect the Adoption of Agricultural Innovations? The Case of Improved Maize Technology in Ghana
Agricultural Economics. Volume 25 #1. June. p. 27-39.

Periodical articleMoore, Keith M.; Hamilton, Sarah; Sarr, Papa; Thiongane, Soukeye (2001)
Access to Technical Information and Gendered NRM (Natural Resources Management) Practices: Men and Women in Rural Senegal
Agriculture and Human Values. Volume 18 #1. p. 95-105.

Dissertation / thesisMudukuti, Anna E. (2001)
Factors Related to Zimbabwe Women's Educational Needs in Agriculture
Ph.D. dissertation: Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 144p.

BookOchwo, M. (2001)
Enhancing Capacity for Agricultural Development through Career Guidance and Higher-Level Training of Women Scientists: A Program to Support the Decentralisation Program of the Government of Uganda
Kampala: Makerere University, Department of Crop Science. April. 20p.

Periodical articleUgbomeh, George M.M. (2001)
Empowering Women in Agricultural Education for Sustainable Rural Development
The Community Development Journal: An International Journal for Community Workers. Volume 36 #4. October. p. 289-302.

Conference paperAdebayo, Elizabeth F.; Anyanwu, Sarah O. (2000)
Women's Involvement in Agriculture in Adamawa State: Problems and Prospects
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

Conference paperAdeniyi, Foluke (2000)
Women Empowerment: A Key to Rural Development
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

Conference paperGarba, Margaret L. (2000)
Women's Education as Strategy for Rural Development
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

BookGoodall, Jane (British)(1934-); Peterson, Dale (2000)
Africa in My Blood: An Autobiography in Letters: The Early Years, 1934-1966
Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 400p.

Conference paperIsikwue, B.C.; Ochu, A.O. (2000)
Science Education for National Development: A Case of Physics and Agricultural Education in Benue State
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

Periodical articleKeregero, K.J.B. (2000)
Reaching Swazi nation land farmers: challenges to the credibility of agricultural extension in Swaziland
Review of Southern African Studies. Volume 4 #2. December. p. 33-65.

Periodical articleLahai, Bernadette A.N.; Goldey, P.; Jones, G.E. (2000)
The Gender of the Extension Agent and Farmers' Access to and Participation in Agricultural Extension in Nigeria
Journal of Agricultural Education and Extension. Volume 6 #4. p. 223-233.

Conference paperMaigida, Dorcas N.; Atala, T.K.; Olukosi, J.O. (2000)
Benefits Women Farmers Derive from Participating in Women in Agriculture Programme in Northern Zone of Plateau State Agricultural Development Programme, Nigeria
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

BookMhina, Edward H. (2000)
Assessing Training Needs in Gender: A Sectoral Experience from Agriculture
Dar es Salaam: Tanzania Gender Networking Programme (TGNP). TGNP Gender Seminar Series. June. 10p.

Periodical articleMtshali, Sazile M. (2000)
See this publicationMonitoring and Evaluation of Women's Rural Development Extension Services in South Africa
Development Southern Africa. Volume 17 #1. March. p. 65-74.

Conference paperMundi, Nda E. (2000)
Strategies for Enhancing Participation of Women Groups in Agricultural Extension Work in Nigeria
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

Conference paperOchu, A.O.; Ochu, A.N.O. (2000)
Empowering Women for Increasing Participation in Agriculture through Education in Sub-Saharan Africa
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

Conference paperOnah, Roseline (2000)
Empowerment of Rural Women for Development: The Role of Women Academics
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

BookRathgeber, Eva M.; Ofwona Adera, Edith (eds) (2000)
See this publicationGender and the Information Revolution in Africa
Ottawa, Canada: International Development Research Centre (IDRC). 247p.

BookReid, Catherine; Salmen, Lawrence F. (2000)
Understanding Social Capital: Agricultural Extension in Mali: Trust and Social Cohesion
Washington, D.C.: World Bank, Social Development, Family, Environmentally and Socially Sustainable Development Network. Social Capital Initiative Working Paper #22. June. 24p.

Dissertation / thesisAmuguni, Helen M. (1999)
Looking at Livestock Training and Extension for Women Farmers in Kenya: A Framework for Gender Analysis and Training
M.A. Thesis: Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts. 131p.

BookAnayakoh, Elizabeth U.; Ozoh, Rosemary O. (1999)
Environmental Awareness of Rural Nigerian Women in Enugu State through Appropriate Agricultural Extension Programs
Arlington, Virginia: Winrock International, Issues in African Rural Development Monograph Series #13. 27p.

BookDoss, Cheryl R. (1999)
Twenty-Five Years of Research on Women Farmers in Africa: Lessons and Implications for Agricultural Research Institutions with an Annotated Bibliography
Mexico City: International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT). Economics Program Paper 99-02. 60p.

BookEvenson, Robert E.; Siegel, Michele (1999)
Gender and Agricultural Extension in Burkina Faso
New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University, Economic Growth Centre. Center Paper #544.

Periodical articleEvenson, Robert E. (1999)
See this publicationGender and Agricultural Extension in Burkina Faso
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 46 #1. p. 75-92.

Book chapterFagbemi, Abdulganiyyu O. (1999)
Education of Rural Women Farmers for Sustainable Economy and Self-Reliance
In: Umar, Fatima M. (ed.). Trends in Non Formal Education and Community Development. Kano, Nigeria: Bayero University, Department of Adult Education and Community Services.

Periodical articleGabriel, Amakievi O.I. (1999)
Women and Indigenous Fishing Technology in Rivers State of Nigeria: A Source for African Traditional Educational Ideas
West African Journal of Archaeology. Volume 29 #1-2.

Periodical articleHendriks, Sheryl L.; Green, J. Maryann (1999)
See this publicationThe Role of Home Economics in Agricultural Extension
Development Southern Africa. Volume 16 #3. Spring. p. 489-500.

Periodical articleAcker, D.G.; McBreen, E.L.; Taylor, S. (1998)
Women in Higher Education in Agriculture with Reference to Selected Countries in East and Southern Africa
Journal of Agricultural Extension and Research. Volume 5 #1. p. 13-22.

Book chapterAdekoya, A.E. (1998)
Socio-Economic Characteristics of Women Pastoralists in Oyo State: Implications for Extension Services
In: Ologhobo, A.D. and Iyayi, E.A. (eds.). The Nigerian Livestock Industry in the 21st Century: Proceedings of 3rd Annual Conference of the Animal Science Asso. of Nigeria, September 22-23, 1998. Lagos: Animal Science Association of Nigeria. p. 230-242.

Dissertation / thesisAlawy, Abdillahi S. (1998)
Accessibility of Women's Groups to Agricultural Extension Services in Kenya: An Exploratory and Descriptive Study of Factors, Needs, and Problems
Ph.D. dissertation: Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 195p.

Book chapterAyoola, J.B. (1998)
The Role of Farm Management Extension in Alleviating Institutional Constraints on Technology Transfer to Women Farmers
In: Olowu, Terry A. (ed.). Towards the Survival of Agricultural Extension System in Nigeria: Proceedings of the Third Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria, 4-6 March 1997. Ilorin: Agricultural Extension Society o.

Periodical articleKeregero, K.J.B.; Twala, T.S. (1998)
Extension Job Performance in Swaziland: How Do Male and Female Agricultural Extension Officers Fare?
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 2 #1. June. p. 37-42.

Periodical articleKeregero, K.J.B.; Wambura, C.W.M. (1998)
Factors Associated with Access of Rural Women to Agricultural Technical Information: The Case of Morogoro District, Tanzania
UNISWA Research Journal of Agriculture, Science and Technology. Volume 2 #1. June. p. 55-61.

BookMaarse, Lucy M.; Wenholt, Wilma; Chibudu, Anthony N. (1998)
Making Change Strategies Work: Gender Sensitive, Client Oriented Livestock Extension in Coast Province, Kenya
Amsterdam: Royal Tropical Institute. 114p.

Book chapterNnonyelu, Chinyelu (1998)
Extension for Women and Youths
In: Olowu, Terry A. )ed.). Towards the Survival of Agricultural Extension System in Nigeria: Proceed. of the Third Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria. Ilorin, Nigeria: Agricultural Extension Soc. of Nigeria.

Book chapterOgbimi, G.E. (1998)
Women in Agriculture: The Need to Include Child Care Extension Services
In: Olowu, Terry A. (ed.). Towards the Survival of Agricultural Extension System in Nigeria: Proceedings of the Third Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria, 4-6 March 1997. Ilorin: Agricultural Extension Society o.

Book chapterOkejim, J.A. (1998)
Women in Agriculture (W.I.A.) and Sustainable Agricultural Revolution in Nigeria
In: Ajetunmobi, A.W. (ed.). Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology Conference Proceedings 1998. Lagos: Nigerian Association of Teachers of Technology.

Book chapterSokoya, G.O. (1998)
A Situational Analysis of Rural Women in AMREC (Agricultural Media Resources and Extension Centre) Model Extension Programme
In: Olowu, Terry A. (ed.). Towards the Survival of Agricultural Extension System in Nigeria: Proceedings of the Third Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria, 4-6 March 1997. Ilorin: Agricultural Extension Society o.

Book chapterWindapo, O. (1998)
Strategies for Stimulating and Strengthening Participation of Women Groups in Agricultural Extension Work
In: Olowu, Terry A. (ed.). Sustainable Agricultural Extension in Nigeria: Proceedings of the Fourth Annual National Conference of the Agricultural Society of Nigeria 17-19 June, 1998. Ibadan, Nigeria: Agricultural Extension Society of Nigeria.

Periodical articleArene, C.J.; Aneke, G.C. (1997)
Loan Repayment and Technical Aid among Women in Agriculture in Nigeria
Journal of Rural Development and Administration. Volume 29 #1. Winter. p. 10-19.

Periodical articleDue, Jean M.; Magayane, Flavianus; Temu, Anna A. (1997)
See this publicationGender Again: Views of Female Agricultural Extension Officers by Smallholder Farmers in Tanzania
Abstract presentWorld Development. Volume 25 #5. May. p. 713-725.

Periodical articleKramer, Eira (1997)
See this publicationThe Early Years: Extension Services in Peasant Agriculture in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1925-1929
Abstract presentZambezia. Volume 24 #2. p. 159-179.

BookLahai, Bernadette A.N. (1997)
Small-Plot Farming among Women in Sierra Leone
Arlington, Virginia/Morrilton, Arkansas: Winrock International.

BookOjowu, O. (ed.) (1997)
Women Development Issues: A Book of Readings
Jos, Nigeria: University of Jos, Centre for Development Studies. 177p.

Book chapterUgodulunwa, C.A.; Das, S. (1997)
The Role of Rural Women in Implementing Functional Environmental Education
In: Udoh, Sunday and Akpa, Godwin O. (eds.). Environmental Education for Sustainable Development: Focus on Nigeria. Jos, Nigeria: Fab Education Books, for the Department of Arts and Social Science Education, University of Jos.

Periodical articleIbrahim, Mostafa H.A. (1996)
A Study of the Relationship between Women's Education and Socio-Economic Status and Demographic Development in Selected Villages of the Assiut Governorate
Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 27 #3.

Conference paperJohnson, Yvette (1996)
Targeting Training and Resources to Women: A Strategy for Enhancing Dairy Productivity in the Kenya Highlands
Paper presented at the 39th Annual Meeting of the African Studies Asso. (ASA), November 23-26, 1996, San Francisco, California. Atlanta. Emory University.

BookMuylwijk, Joke; Smetsers, Maria (1996)
Gender and Agricultural Engineering: An Overview of Current Theory and Praxis, Focusing on Subsaharan Africa with Case Studies from Zimbabwe and Senegal
Wageningen, Netherlands: Wageningen Agricultural University. 68p.

Dissertation / thesisOwusu-Ansah, Joseph (1996)
Making the Visible Invisible: The Impact of Extension Agent Attitudes towards Farmers on Extension Projects and Policy
Ph.D. dissertation: Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 319p.

Periodical articleAlaoui El Mdaghri, Cherifa (1995)
Women, Environment and Population: A Moroccan Case Study
IDS Bulletin. Volume 26 #1. January. p. 61-65.

Book chapterMaigida, Dorcas N. (1995)
Introducing Technology to Women to Enhance Income Generating Activities
In: Institute for Agricultural Research and Special Services. Crop and Livestock Production and Food Processing. Zaria: Ahmadu Bello University, Institute for Agricultural Research and Special Services, Agricultural Extension Services, Samaru.

Periodical articleMoyo, Sam (1995)
A Gendered Perspective of the Land Question
Abstract presentSAFERE: Southern African Feminist Review. Volume 1 #1. January. p. 13-31.

Periodical articleRathgeber, Eva M. (1995)
See this publicationIntegrating Gender into Environmental Education in Africa
Canadian Journal of Development Studies. Volume 16 #4. p. 89-103.

Periodical articleRiley, Pamela J. (1995)
Gender Issues and the Training of Agricultural Extensionists in Malawi
Agriculture and Human Values. Volume 12 #1. Winter. p. 31.

Book chapterSigman, Vickie A. (1995)
Increasing Female Household-Head Participation in Agricultural Extension in Malawi
In: James, V.U. (ed.). Women and Sustainable Development in Africa. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger. p. 133-157.

BookWorld Bank (1995)
Rural Women in the Sahel and Their Access to Agricultural Extension: Senegal Country Study
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Sahelian Department. 46p.

BookWorld Bank (1995)
Rural Women in the Sahel and Their Access to Agricultural Extension Sector Study: Overview of Five Country Studies
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Africa Region, Western Africa Department, Agriculture and Environment Division, Report #13532. June. 86p.

DVD / videoYambo-Odotte, Dommie (1995)
The Women's Agenda: Kenya/Uganda
Nairobi: ZebraLink Communications. VHS/PAL Videocassette. 1/2 Inch. Color.

Book chapterAnonymous (1994)
Agricultural Extension Training for Women in Uganda
In: Adipala, E. (ed.). African Crop Science. Kampala: African Crop Science Society. p. 443-446.

Book chapterIsmail, Hajiya A. (1994)
Challenges of Organising Programmes for Women in Agriculture: Innovative Experience from Nigeria
In: Kaul, R.N. and Fadiji, T.O. and Umar, M.M. (eds.). Workshop Proceedings: Regional Workshop on Role of Women in Agriculture With Focus on Farm Tools and Related Technologies. Zaria, Nigeria: Ahmadu Bello Univ., Institute for Agricultural Research.

Periodical articleMango, A.K. (1994)
Agricultural Extension Training for Women in Uganda
African Crop Science Journal. Volume 1 #1. October. p. 443-446.

Periodical articleMeena, Ruth A. (1994)
Women and Sustainable Development
Voices From Africa. #5. p. 37-50.

Book chapterMlozi, R.S. (1994)
Inequitable Agricultural Extension Services in the Urban Context: The Case of Tanzania
In: Stromquist, Nelly P. (ed.). Education in Urban Areas: Cross-National Dimensions. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger.

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