Go to AfricaBib home

Go to AfricaBib home African Women Go to database home

bibliographic database
Search results
Previous page New search

Search: su=science and technology
Found: 15 Record 1-15

BookKitetu, Catherine Wawasi (ed.) (2008)
Gender, science and technology: perspectives from Africa
Abstract presentDakar: CODESRIA. Gender series #6. 177p.

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 articleRunhare, Tawanda (2003)
See this publicationWomen perceptions of 'masculine' technical careers: a comparative study of women in 'feminine' and 'masculine' employment occupations in the city of Gweru, Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 15 #3. November. p. 133-150.

Periodical articleSakyi-Dawson, O.; Kudadjie, C. (2002)
Adoption of improve micro-enterprise technology and changes in performance of rural women's roles among the Dangmes in Ghana
Journal of the Ghana Science Association. Volume 4 #2. p. 114-130.

Periodical articleSchlüter, T.; Mbede, E. (2000)
Workshop on 'Gender and environmental concerns among female geoscientists in Africa'
Bulletin (UNESCO. Nairobi Office). Volume 35 #1. January-June. p. 19-22.

Periodical articleMusambachime, M. (1997)
Iron, gender and power: rituals of transportation in African societies
The Journal of Humanities (Lusaka). Volume 1 #1. June. p. 60-61.

Periodical articleOchanda, A. (1997)
The consultative meeting on girls and women in science and technology in Africa: challenges and opportunities for the 21st century
Bulletin (UNESCO. Nairobi Office). Volume 32 #2. July-December. p. 23-27.

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

Periodical articleSithole, I. (1994)
Women and Science in Zimbabwe: Some Issues That Still Persist
Discovery and Innovation. Volume 6 #2. June. p. 128-133.

Periodical articleMuhindi, J.M. (1992)
The secret behind sim-sim butter
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #5. January-March. p. 6-7.

Periodical articleOgala, M. (1992)
Ugandan Women Penetrate the Industrial Sector
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #5. January-March. p. 8-9.

Periodical articleOgola, M. (1992)
It is a technology breakthrough, matooke peels for domestic fuel
Arise (Kampala, Uganda). #5. January-March. p. 4, 6.

Periodical articleReimer, L. (1992)
Women in engineering in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Engineer. Volume 57 #2. February. p. 17-19.

Periodical articleNketu, L. (1989)
Technology and rural woman (Nairobi, August, 1988)
ATS Newsletter. Volume 3 #1. June. p. 19.

Periodical articleVarghese, S. (1989)
Girls & women in science & technology based careers
Science Education in Zambia. p. 36-38.

Search: su=science and technology
Found: 15 Record 1-15

Previous page New search