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Periodical articleObasola, Oluwaseun I.; Mabawonku, Iyabo M. (2017)
Women's use of information and communication technology in accessing maternal and child health information in Nigera
African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science. Volume 27 #1.

Conference paperMankou, Brice Arsène; Essono, Thomas (eds.) (2016)
L'impact des TIC dans les processus migratoires féminins en Afrique centrale: cas des cybermigrantes maritales du Cameroun: actes du colloque international de Yaoundé 2014, 10 au 11, avril 2014
Abstract presentParis: L'Harmattan. Études africaines, Série communication. 244p.

BookPalmieri, Joelle (2016)
TIC, colonialité, patriarcat: société mondialisée, occidentalisée, excessive, accélérée... quels impacts sur la pensée féministe? Pistes africaines
Mankon: Langaa Research Publishing CIG. 293p.

Periodical issueGadzekpo, Audrey (ed.) (2013)
See this publicationSpecial issue on gender and media = numéro spécial sur genre et médias
Abstract presentAfrica Media Review. Volume 21 #1-2. 192p.

Periodical articleJiyane, Glenrose V.; Majanja, Mabel K.; Mostert, Bertha J.; Ocholla, Dennis (2013)
See this publicationSouth Africa as an information and knowledge society: the benefit to informal sector women entrepreneurs
Abstract presentSouth African Journal of Library and Information Science. Volume 79 #1. p. 1-12.

Periodical issueRadloff, Jennifer (ed.) (2013)
E-spaces: e-politics
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #18. 166p.

Periodical articleMiller, B. Paige; Shrum, Wesley (2012)
See this publicationIsolated in a Technologically Connected World?: Changes in the Core Professional Ties of Female Researchers in Ghana, Kenya, and Kerala, India
The Sociological Quarterly. Volume 53 #2. p. 143-165.

Periodical articleYassine, Jelmam (2011)
Les TIC comme critère d'égalité entre filles et garçons à l'université tunisienne: cas des élèves ingénieurs
Abstract presentAfrica Media Review. Volume 19 #1-2. p. 49-71.

Periodical articleJiyane, Veli; Mostert, Janneke (2010)
Use of information and communication technologies by women hawkers and vendors in South Africa
African Journal of Library, Archives and Information Science. Volume 20 #1. p. 53-61.

BookMottin Sylla, Marie Hélène; Palmieri, Joëlle (2010)
Excision: les jeunes changent l'Afrique par les TIC
Mankon: Langaa RPCIG. 119p.

Periodical articleAmongi, M. (2009)
Enhancing agricultural productivity and livelihood of rural women through information and communication technology
Agricultural Innovations for Sustainable Development. Volume 1 #1. p. 8-13.

Periodical articleKiondo, Elizabeth (2007)
See this publicationMillenium Development Goals: challenges and opportunities for using ICTs to promote gender equality in Africa
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #71. p. 16-25.

Periodical articleMigiro, Stephen O.; Kwake, Alice (2007)
Information needs and communication technology adoption in Africa: a comparative study of rural women in Kenya and South Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 22 #1. p. 109-141.

Periodical articleNdinga, Mathias Marie A. (2007)
See this publicationCommerce et système d'information: le cas des vendeurs de pagnes à Brazzaville (Congo)
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 32 #1. p. 161-187.

Periodical articleZirima, Patience (2007)
See this publicationEngendering ICT policies: practices from Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #71. p. 70-79.

Periodical articleZunguze, Margaret (2007)
See this publicationDo ICTs really empower rural women? Interrogation of a Zimbabwean community ICT project
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #71. p. 97-105.

Periodical articleKwapong, O.A.T.F. (2006)
A model for using information and communication technology (ICT) for empowerment of rural women through adult education
Ghana Journal of Literacy and Adult Education. Volume 3 #1. July. p. 83-98.

Periodical articleKwapong, Olivia (2005)
See this publicationExploring Innovative Approaches for Using ICT for Rural Women's Adult Education in Ghana
Ghana Journal of Development Studies. Volume 2 #2. December. p. 62-76.

Periodical articleMukadasi, B.; Nabalegwa, M.; Bukenya, M. (2005)
Information communication technology use pattern by women tree farmers in Buzaya County, Kamuli District, Uganda
Uganda Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 11 #1. November. p. 26-33.

Periodical articleRadloff, Jennifer (2005)
See this publicationClaiming Cyberspace: Communication and Networking for Social Change and Women's Empowerment
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #4. p. 85-98.

Periodical articleTchaicha, Jane D. (2005)
See this publicationTechnology in the Service of Maghribi Women
The Journal of North African Studies. Volume 10 #2. June. p. 157-171.

BookOwusu-Afriyie, Kingsley (2003)
Information and communications technologies (ICTs) consequences of development for women in Africa: the case of Ghana
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services. 225p.

Periodical articleOchieng, R.O. (2002)
Gender, ICTs and development: on whose terms?
Impact (Kampala, Uganda). Volume no. 5. p. 3-8.

Periodical articleOchieng, Ruth (2002)
See this publicationInformation and communication technologies as a tool for women's empowerment and social transformation in Africa
Abstract presentFeminist Africa. #1. p. 108-115.

Periodical articleWere, J. (1999)
Using information technology (IT) for timely redress: a case of Margaret Arach
Impact (Kampala, Uganda). Volume 2. p. 12-13.

Periodical articleMottin-Sylla, M.-H. (1998)
African women turn onto the inform@tion superhighw@y
Women's World. #32. p. 10-11.

Periodical articleOchieng, R.O. (1998)
Information: the untapped resource
Women's World. #32. p. 3-5.

Periodical articleSmith, G. (1998)
Difference matters: creating feminist bridges in the rainbow nation
Women's World. #32. p. 13-14.

Periodical articleWambui, M. (1998)
Information technology: African women working towards taking major steps
EcoNews Africa. Volume 7 #5. May. p. 4-5.

Periodical articleKibunja, M. (1995)
Kenya Police, where women compete with men
Kenya Police Review. December. p. 19-20.

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