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  • Author:
    Rodreck Mupedziswa,Perpetua Gumbo
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    9171064699
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    Nordic Africa Institute (February 2000)
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    121 pages
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For survival in an environment of economic reforms.

Women informal traders in harare and the struggle for survival in an environment of economic reforms. Article in Africa Today 49(3):131-132 · September 2002 with 8 Reads. Cite this publication. 118+ million publications. Recommended publications.

This report summarizes the results of the fourth and final round of interviews carried out among informal sector women traders in Harare, Zimbabwe as part of a longitudinal study of their conditions of work and livelihood in th. .

This report summarizes the results of the fourth and final round of interviews carried out among informal sector women traders in Harare, Zimbabwe as part of a longitudinal study of their conditions of work and livelihood in the context of economic crisis and structural adjustment. 9171064699 (ISBN13: 9789171064691).

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Home Browse Books Book details, Women Informal Traders in Harare and the Struggle. Women Informal Traders in Harare and the Struggle for Survival in an Environment of Economic Reforms. By Rodreck Mupedziswa, Perpetua Gumbo. This report summarizes the results of the fourth and final round of interviews carried out among informal sector women traders in Harare, Zimbabwe as part of a longitudinal study of their conditions of work and livelihood in the context of economic crisis and structural adjustment.

Women Informal Traders in Harare and Their Struggle for Survival in an Environment of Economic Reforms by Rodreck Mupedziswa, Perpetua Gumbo (pp. 224-226). Human Rights of Women, International Instruments and African Experiences by Wolfgang Benedek, Esther Kisaakye, Gerd Oberleitner. Export a RIS file (For EndNote, ProCite, Reference Manager, Zotero, Mendele. Export a Text file (For BibTex). Rodreck Mupedziswa, Perpetua Gumbo. Cites background & results.

Structural Adjustment and Women Informal Sector Traders in Harare .

Structural Adjustment and Women Informal Sector Traders in Harare, Zimbabwe. Mupedziswa, R. and Gumbo, P. 2001.

Rodreck Mupedziswa, Rodrick Mupedziswa, P Gumbo. Where an effort has been made to develop a more nuanced understanding, the assumption has always been that people move from lower to higher level activities that coincide with increased opportunities for accumulation. This report challenges both notions.

Warren Dean spins a good tale and draws some insightful conclusions about the limits of human ability to manipulate the environment. Report on the Americas.

In his sophisticated integration of ecological concepts into a socioeconomic history of rubber cultivation, Dean sets a high standard. Warren Dean spins a good tale and draws some insightful conclusions about the limits of human ability to manipulate the environment.

economic reform programmes introduced (Mupedziswa and Gumbo, 2001) This paper aims to assess the dynamics of domestic violence on informal trading women in Harare. 2. Data and methodology

economic reform programmes introduced (Mupedziswa and Gumbo, 2001). Informal trading has become a feature mostly of Zimbabwe’s urban environments, as it portrays the changing nature of the city in both spatial. Women have nowadays become increasingly involved in the economy, acting as agents in. the working world beyond the domestic scope making a sound contribution to the family survival. This paper aims to assess the dynamics of domestic violence on informal trading women in Harare. Data and methodology. Data was collected from a sample of 49 women from Harare over the period July to August 2010.

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This report summarizes the results of the fourth and final round of interviews carried out among informal sector women traders in Harare, Zimbabwe as part of a longitudinal study of their conditions of work and livelihood in the context of economic crisis and structural adjustment.