ATNESA Gender Workshop
Animal Traction Network for Eastern and Southern Africa
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The workshop on Gender issues in animal tractionE/i> was held in 1992 in Mbeya, Tanzania. This was attended by 32 people from Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The participants reviewed project experiences and discussed ways in which women can gain more from animal traction technology. A resource book with guidelines was published as a result.


Sylwander L and Simalenga T (eds), 1997. Gender issues in animal traction: a handbook. Guidelines for programmes derived from a workshop held 1-5 June 1992, Mbeya, Tanzania. Animal Traction Network for Eastern and Southern Africa (ATNESA), Harare, Zimbabwe. 87p.

Click here to see some papers on gender issues that can be downloaded

Contents

Preface
1. Introduction Who's job: gender and the use of animal draft power    5
2. Gender planning and animal traction
(1.6MB)
           Kathy Marshall and Lotta Sylwander    8
3. Gender issues in animal traction workshop    28
(1.2MB)
4. Woman and animal traction Mbeya region of Tanzania: development approach  
(1.4MB)  
           K.Marshall and M. Sizy    33
   Involvement of women in animal traction in Kaoma District, Zambia 
           Andrew K. Muma   43
   Draft animal power technologies, their scope and relevance to women farmers in Tanzania
           Errine Tukae Njiku   47 
5. Appendix   52
    


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