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Female Farmers of Nepal: Invisible but Emergent Primary Farmers

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Title:Female Farmers of Nepal: Invisible but Emergent Primary Farmers

ISBN:9789937733168

Author:Subarna L. Malla Singh

Publisher:Vajra Publications

Publish Year:2019

Edition:First Edition

Cover:Paper Back

Subject:Nepal Women | Nepal Economy

Language:English

Remarks:List of Tables, Notes, Appendix and Bibliography.

Pages:362

Size:140 x 215 mm

Weight(gms):350

Price:USD 12.33

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  • This study focuses on one of the important but insufficiently dealt concerns of contemporary Nepal: the gender issue in agriculture. Apart from exploring the causes and consequences of near invisibility of Nepali female farmers in agricultural policies and programs, the study draws attention to a wide range of urgent issues from migration and feminization of agriculture to women's land rights. It provides cognitive content for evidence informed policy programming. The study is also a must-read for researchers and students of gender and development studies. 
    Dr. Suresh Dhakal, Tribhuvan University

     

    Subarna L. Malla Singh

    Subarna L. Malla Singh is a Ph.D. in Economics from the Victoria University of Manchester, U.K. She also earned a post-graduate Diploma in Advanced Economic Development (with Distinction) from the same University. After graduation, she taught Economics for many years to undergraduates and postgraduate students at the University of Khartoum, Sudan. She has worked as an independent consultant to top notch international agencies, various Nepali Government Ministries and national and international research organizations. She is a Nepali citizen and is a resident in the USA
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