Women fish vendors in Mumbai: a study report

@inproceedings{Peke2013WomenFV,
  title={Women fish vendors in Mumbai: a study report},
  author={Shuddhawati Peke},
  year={2013}
}
Government development programmes and policies in fisheries are focused on the problems and needs of men though women are known to dominate the post-harvest sector in artisanal fisheries and are involved, to varying degrees, in pre-harvest and harvest activities. A lack of women’s participation in decision-making bodies within communities, fisheries organizations and government has resulted in a general neglect of their interests. This has led to a constant demand by women’s-rights activists… CONTINUE READING

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