This paper specifically addresses the hypothesis that access to land and forest resources is gendered and poverty-related among land reform migrants in Zimbabwe.
Reports-Published dateSunday, January 2, 2011 - 05:00
Addressing inequality and environmental insecurity in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) will require enhanced capacity to conduct social and gender analysis in environment and natural resource management (ENRM) research.
Gendered Migration and Agriculture in the Dry Areas : Implications for Resource Management and Livelihoods in Syria
When a member of a rural household migrates in search of off-farm employment, the livelihoods of those who remain are affected in two ways: first by changes in workload and responsibilities, and second by the use and investment of remittances.
Beyond Propietorship: Murphree’s Laws on Community-based Natural Resource Management in Southern Africa
Dr Marshall Murphree is a prominent scholar in the fields of common property theory, rural development, and natural resource management.Publication DateThursday, October 1, 2009