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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Fatima Meer; Unesco.; International Social Science Council.
|Description:||289 p. ; 22 cm.|
|Contents:||Women and poverty in the 1990's: the responses of women in South Africa / Fatima Meer --
Structural adjustment in Zimbabwe: the way forward for low income urban women? / Nazneen Kanji --
Using the courts to obtain relief: Akan women and family courts in Ghana / Gwendolyn Mikell --
Women and poverty in urban Latin America: Mexican and Costa Rican experiences / Sylvia H. Chant --
Women's survival strategies in urban areas: Caricom and Guyana / Sybil Patterson --
Housing and household survival strategies in urban areas: a case study of the Solanda settlement, Quito, Ecuador / Lillia Rodriguez --
Strong Detroit women in global perspective: their struggle for university degrees and 'passports out of poverty' / Shirley Nuss --
Devising an empowerment paradigm for women in the Philippines: the importance of the family in urban micro-enterprises / Fe B. Mangahas and Virginia J. Pasalo --
Kitchen to kitchen via the market: poor women becoming self-reliant, a case study from India / Nishitha Sharma --
From survival to self-reliance: the experience of Self-Employed women's Association (SEWA) / Ela Bhatt.
|Responsibility:||edited by Fatima Meer.|