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Finding new coping mechanisms: the impact of HIV and AIDS on women's access to land in Mozambique
(University of the Western Cape, 2008)
In this full thesis, I explore the impact that HIV and AIDS pandemic is having in the livelihood strategies of rural women in Mozambique. My intention in this work is to highlight the navigation of Mozambican women through ...
An investigation of community perceptions of the socioeconomic factors that hinder the empowerment of women in Belhar
The aim of this study is to examine the community’s perceptions of the factors that hamper the empowerment of women in post apartheid South Africa, particularly, women in Belhar community in the Western Cape. Of special ...
Gender and small-scale enterprises following economic reforms: a case study of Dar-Es-Salaam
(University of the Western Cape, 2002)
This study is about Gender and small-scale enterprises following recent economic reforms in Tanzania. It deals with a case study of women entrepreneurs in Dar-es- Salaam, focusing on their prospects and problems, and the ...