Mainstreaming gender sensitivity in cash crop market supply chains : background report for SOFA 2010

@inproceedings{Hill2009MainstreamingGS,
  title={Mainstreaming gender sensitivity in cash crop market supply chains : background report for SOFA 2010},
  author={Ruth Vargas Hill},
  year={2009}
}
Gender-specific constraints on the production and marketing of cash crops have important implications for the ability of men and women to participate in market-oriented agricultural growth and development. This chapter analyzes how gender inequalities in resources result in different levels of participation, methods of production, and modes of marketing cash crops. Two empirical case studies of traditional perennial export cash crops—cocoa in Ghana and coffee in Uganda—provide empirical… CONTINUE READING
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