Female-headed households: their survival strategies in Tanzania

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Female-headed households: their survival strategies in Tanzania

Type: Research paper
Title: Female-headed households: their survival strategies in Tanzania
Author: Vuuren, A. van
Journal Title: ASC Working Paper Series
Issue: 44
Publisher: African Studies Centre
Issue Date: 2000
Keywords: Tanzania
female-headed households
rural households
Abstract: This paper analyses the economic position of female heads of households in Ndala (Tanzania). It explores the differences between female and male-headed households and the survival strategies they adopt. It focuses on the household as an economic unit in which agriculture and non-agricultural income-generating projects are important. The acquisition of land, the supply and demand of labour, as well as income generation through agricultural and non-agricultural activities are the main focus of analysis. Fieldwork was conducted in Ndala in 1992-1996
Uri: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/412
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/412
 

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