Structural Adjustment and African Women Farmers

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

Contents
Introduction1
Part I. Structural Adjustment and Transformation
1. Structural Adjustment and Structural Transformation in sub- Saharan Africa25
Stephen O'Brien
2. Women, Structural Adjustment, and Transformation: Some Lessons and Questions from the African Experience46
Uma Lele
3. Getting Priorities Right: Structural Transformation and Strategic Notions81
Bruce F. Johnston
Part II. Impacts of Structural Adjustment on Women Farmers
4. Policies to Overcome the Negative Effects of Structural Adjustment Programs on African Female-Headed Households103
Jean M. Due
5. The Impact of Structural Adjustment Programs on Women and Their Households in Bendel and Ogun States, Nigeria128
Patience Elabor-Idemudia
6. Women and Structural Adjustment in Zaire151
Brooke Schoepfand Walu Engundu with Diane Russelland Claude Schoepf
7. The Impact of Structural Adjustment Programs on Rural Women in Tanzania169
Ruth Meena
8. Fertilizer Subsidy Removal Programs and Their Potential Impacts on Women Farmers in Malawi and Cameroon191 Christina H. Gladwin
9. Women Traders in Ghana and the Structural Adjustment Program217
Gracia Clarkand Takyiwaa Manuh

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