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Mainstreaming gender in the irrigation development support programme: case study Zambia

This case study describes the integration of women producers into agricultural investment programs in Zambia as well as how women’s right to land influences women as it relates to the Irrigation Development Support Programme (IDSP) in Zambia. It is comprised of two interlinked studies, the first funded by the Trust Fund for Economically and Socially Sustainable Development (TFESSD) and the second through the Nordic Trust Fund (NTF) for Human Rights. [authors abstract]
TitleMainstreaming gender in the irrigation development support programme: case study Zambia
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsWorld Bank
Secondary AuthorsGender and Water Alliance
Volume84950
Issue9
Pagination8 p.;
Date Published02/2014
PublisherWorld Bank- AES
Place PublishedWashington DC, USA
Type of ArticleCase Study
Publication LanguageEnglish
Keywordsgender, irrigation, multiple use of water, sustainability
Abstract
This case study describes the integration of women producers into agricultural investment programs in Zambia as well as how women’s right to land influences women as it relates to the Irrigation Development Support Programme (IDSP) in Zambia. It is comprised of two interlinked studies, the first funded by the Trust Fund for Economically and Socially Sustainable Development (TFESSD) and the second through the Nordic Trust Fund (NTF) for Human Rights. [authors abstract]

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