Is bean really a women’s crop? Men and women’s participation in bean production in Uganda

Abstract

Common bean one of the grain legumes that was traditionally considered a subsistence crop and therefore a woman’s crop in Uganda was prioritized for commercialization. This has transformed the crop from being a subsistence crop (food security crop) to a commercial crop with more men engaged in its production. Little is known about the possibility of gender… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s40066-017-0102-z

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@article{Nakazi2017IsBR, title={Is bean really a women’s crop? Men and women’s participation in bean production in Uganda}, author={Florence Nakazi and Jemimah Njuki and Michael Adrogu Ugen and Paul Aseete and Enid Katungi and Eliud Birachi and Ruth Kabanyoro and Isaac Joseph Mugagga and Grace Nanyonjo}, journal={Agriculture & Food Security}, year={2017}, volume={6}, pages={1-11} }