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Two-way learning : key gender lessons from participatory community workshops with smallholders in the Baiyer Valley and Kerevat areas of Papua New Guinea

@inproceedings{Pamphilon2013TwowayL,
  title={Two-way learning : key gender lessons from participatory community workshops with smallholders in the Baiyer Valley and Kerevat areas of Papua New Guinea},
  author={Barbara Pamphilon and Katja Mikhailovich and L. Simeon and B. Chambers},
  year={2013}
}
The development literature suggests that women continue to face inequality in the agriculture sectors of most developing countries. In this paper, gender implications arising from four community workshops in two regions of PNG are presented and discussed. The workshops formed part of a baseline study to investigate ways to improve the business knowledge and practices of women food crop smallholders within a larger project. In the baseline study, a rapid participatory learning and action… Expand
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