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Les Disparités de Genre dans l’Accès et l’Utilisation des TIC au Sénégal / Gender Disparities in Access to and use of ICTs in Senegal

Women have become, in both developed and developing countries, mayor players in economic and social life. This aspiration of women to participate in economic life is, however, hampered by both their weak capabilities in terms of human capital, but…

Gender Disparities in Financial Inclusion in Tanzania

Although Tanzania has made notable progress in enhancing access to financial services, the gender gap in financial inclusion persists. This paper examines gender disparities in financial inclusion in Tanzania using descriptive and regression analyse…

Reducing Rural Poverty and Gender Disparities in Togo's Agricultural Industry

The agricultural sector has a predominant role in the Togolese economy. It contributes about 38% to the real GDP and employs 40.7% of the total workforce. Despite this, levels of poverty were higher among households headed by farmers in 2015. Povert…

Exploring Spatial Gender Disparities in Smallholder Agricultural Productivity in Cameroon

Gender differentials in agricultural productivity are likely to vary considerably between different agroecological zones. A thorough understanding of the location and causes of gender disparities are needed in order to formulate effective policies f…

Target Women Farmers' Structural Disadvantage to Improve Rural Productivity and Food Security in Cameroon

Despite Cameroon’s agricultural sector being dominated by women smallholders—who are responsible for 80% of food production and 60% of cash crop production—women’s access to productive resources is limited and thus they are less productive than men …

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