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  • Enhancing women's role and participation in science for food and nutritional security in Africa / Geofrey Tusiime & Gilbert Jackson Majaliwa Mwanjololo.
Tusiime, G.
Kampala, Uganda : RUFORUM, 2006.

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235 p. : ill.; 29 cm.
Series Statement
  • RUFORUM working document, 1993-8462 ; no. 1
Uniform Title
RUFORUM working document ; no. 1.
  • "Selected essays from a CTA-FARA-RUFORUM Conference, 2-7 July 2006, Entebbe, Uganda"--Cover.
  • "December 2006."
Bibliography (note)
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Language (note)
  • In English, with some French.
Processing Action (note)
  • committed to retain
  • Empowering women in science, technology, and innovation for agricultural and rural development in Africa / Judith Ann Francis (p. 1-8). -- Emerging issues in science and technology for food and nutritional security and sustainable development in Africa / L Olaka (p. 9-16). -- Women livelihood support, food security in Sub Saharan Africa under a changing climage : a role for women in science and technology / M. Idinoba Ebele (p. 17-28). -- The key policy issues underlying food crisis in Niger / Yahé Dramé (p. 29-38). -- Women and land : engendering reforms for food security / J Ezeilo (p. 39-46). -- NGOS, women and rural agricultural development : reflections / M Kapiriri (p. 47-56).
  • Challenges for women in changing African universities / Kay Leresche (p. 57-65). -- African women scientists : their expected contribution to food and family nutrition / Felixtima Jonsyn-Elis (p. 65-72). -- Role de la femme dans la réduction de l'inścurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle au Bénin / L Zohoun (p. 73-82). -- La securit́e alimentaire et nutritionnelle en RDE : r̂ole de la femme / D.L Yandju Marie Claire (p. 83-90). -- The role of market women in ensuring food security in the Republic of Cameroon / D Malaa (p. 91-96). -- Piste de réflexion sur l'innovation piscicole dans les exploitations familiales agricoles du Cameroun / Tomedi Minette (p. 97-106).
  • Empowering women farmers through on-farm research and evelopment in the Maritime region of Togo / Ketline Adodo (p. 107-118). -- The role of women in accelerted technology transfer and household nutrition : the case of dry bean and forage technologies in Uganda / F Opio (p. 119-128). -- AT Uganda's experience in technology transfer : the case of Uganda Women's peanut butter project / J Nyachwo (p. 129-140). -- Indigenous knowledge and morphologicalcharacterisation of the traditional vegetable mustard rape landraces / R.M Madakadze (p. 141-152). -- Sustainable horticultural crop production among peri-urban women and youth groups in North Rift region and Western province of Kenya / V.E Anjichi (p. 153-158).
  • The importance of genetic diversity in meeting the needs of the rural women in agriculture : a case of the genetic diversity of cassava in Uganda / E.B Kizito (p. 159-166). -- Preservation of potatoes by sundrying / Y.C Muzanila (p. 167-174). -- Goat multiplication project for rural women farmer groups in Lusitu for income generation and food nutrition / J.C.N Lungu (p. 175-180). -- Sweet potato consumption and its determinants for ensuring food security among households in Oyo State of Nigeria / O.P Fawole (p. 181-188). -- Combating Vitamin A deficiency in the resource-poor communities of sub Saharan Africa region with orange-fleshed sweetpotato : overview of VITAA experiences / R Kapinga (p. 189-200). -- Using grain amaranth to fight malnutrition / M Tagwira (p. 201-208). -- Management of children with malnutrition in a nutrition rehabilitation unit in Uganda / E Kiboneka (p. 209-212). -- Towards developing proactive information acquisition practices among smalllholder farmers for empowerment and poverty reduction : a situation analysis / D.S Matovelo (p. 213-224). -- Participatory communication in transfer of agricultural technologies : experience of farmer groups in a pigeonpea project in Uganda / H Muyinza (p. 225-230). -- ICT's transforming the lives of rural women : implications for policy / C.J Achora (p. 231-235).
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