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Gender-Orientation in the Post-Harvest Sector

Pointers for Identifying Gender-Specific Aspects in the Post-Harvest Sector

Doris Gnther
in collaboration with Elke Zimprich

Published by:

Deutsche Gesellschaft fr Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH
Postfach 5180
D-65726 Eschborn
Germany

Responsible for content:

Doris Gnther
OE 423-2
e-mail: doris.guenther@gtz.de

 

Elke Zimprich
Independent Consultant, Frankfurt

 

Project: Integrated Control of the Larger Grain Borer - Post-Harvest Protection for Small-Holders
Albert Bell
OE 423-2
e-mail: albert.bell@gtz.de

Editor:

Carolin Bothe
e-mail: carolin.bothe@fao.org

Production of the internet version:

Andrea Kern

Financed by:

 

Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)

Copyright:

 

GTZ 1998
The copyright of this publication is vested in the "Deutsche Gesellschaft fuer Technische Zusammenarbeit (GTZ) GmbH". Applications for permissions to reproduce this publication, in whole or in part, by any method or process, should be addressed, with a statement of purpose and extend of the reproduction desired, to GTZ - Stabsstelle 01, Postfach 5180, D-65726 Eschborn, Germany.


Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Living conditions of men and women in rural areas
    1. Living conditions in the village
    2. Status within the family
  3. Gender-specific division of labour
    1. Activity profile
    2. Duration and division of labour
  4. Access to and control of resources
    1. Access to material and financial resources and services
    2. Control over resources and goods produced
  5. Approaches to gender-oriented development of post-harvest projects
    1. Benefit analysis and requirement profile of existing procedures and planned innovative projects
    2. Summary

Date: 23 May 1998
Last update: 23 May 1998