Structural Adjustment and African Women Farmers

By Christina H. Gladwin; Center for African Studies University of Florida | Go to book overview

Index
Access to credit by Nigerian women farmers, 134-135
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), 163-164
Agricultural Development Projects ( Nigeria), 131-133
Agriculture in sub-Saharan Africa:
bimodal versus unimodal development patterns, 87-89
changes in share of gross national product, 29
impact of higher market prices, 67
impact of new technologies, 67
impact of structural adjustment programs, 110-111
modernization of, 390-391
percentage of gross national product, 27
percentage of labor supplied by women, 46
performance in various countries, 63-66
price as a motivation to production, 175
relation between food crops and export crops, 52
Babangida, Mrs. Maryam, 368
Berg, Elliot, 34
Better Life for Rural Women program ( Nigeria), 349-350
Bimodal agricultural development, 87-88
Botswana, effects of structural adjustment program in, 119-120
Cameroon:
analysis of needs of women, 377-378
credit decision in, 210-211
decline in agricultural output, 241
division of labor between sexes, 243-243
economic performance of, 63
fertilizer use in, 195
household income in Nso, 249
impact of removal of fertilizer subsidies, 197-206
land use conflicts in, 246-247
Nso women of, 242-244, 250-253
privatization of land in, 244-248
public policy and gender in, 240-242
stratification of farmers in, 248-250
University Center of Dschang, 373-374
Cash cropping:
impact of increased producer prices, 174
impact on nutrition, 51-54
Country Women Association of Nigeria, 347-349
Credit decisions:
in Cameroon, 210-211
in Malawi, 207-210

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