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Book chapterAbidogun, Jamaine (2007)
Pushing and Pulling: Western Education's Impact on Women's Subjugation in Ghana
In: Falola, Toyin and Afolabi, Niyi (eds.). The Human Cost of African Migrations. New York: Routledge.

Book chapterManuh, Takyiwaa (2007)
Doing Gender Work in Ghana
In: Cole, Catherine M. and Manuh, Takyiwaa and Miescher, Stephan (eds.). Africa After Gender? Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press. p. 125-149.

Periodical articleEdewor, Patrick A. (2006)
See this documentChanging Perceptions of the Value of Daughters and Girls' Education among the Isoko of Nigeria
Abstract presentAfrican Population Studies. Volume 21 #1. p. 55-70.

Periodical articleMalt, Carol (2006)
Women, Museums, and the Public Sphere
Journal of Middle East Women's Studies. Volume 2 #2. Spring. p. 115-136.

Periodical articleOgunyemi, Bola (2006)
See this documentGender, Socio-Economic Status and Educational Level as Determinants of Career Maturity of Nigerian Adolescents
Gender and Behaviour. Volume 4 #1. p. 686-700.

Dissertation / thesisBarro, Maimouna A. (2005)
The Role of Literacy in Enhancing Women's Agency and Well-Being: A Qualitative Inquiry of the Effects of the Tostan Educational Program on the Lives of Women in a Rural Community in Senegal
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois. 241p.

BookBoko, Sylvain H. and Baliamoune-Lutz, Mina and Kimuna, Sitawa R. (eds.) (2005)
Women in African Development: The Challenges of Globalization and Liberalization in the 21st Century
Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press. 199p.

Book chapterByamukama, Dora K. (2005)
Legal Strategies to Increase Ugandan to Increase Ugandan Women's Access to Higher Education
In: Bond, Johanna. Voices of African Women: Women's Rights in Ghana, Uganda, and Tanzania. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press. p. 12-27.

BookCornwall, Andrea (ed.) (2005)
Readings in Gender in Africa
Bloomington, Indiana/Oxford: Indiana University Press/James Currey. 247p.

Periodical articleFargues, P. (2005)
Women in Arab Countries: Challenging the Patriarchal System?
Reproductive Health Matters. Volume 13 #25. May. p. 43-48.

Book chapterLimbu, Mande (2005)
Women and Higher Education in Tanzania
In: Bond, Johanna. Voices of African Women: Women's Rights in Ghana, Uganda, and Tanzania. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press. p. 28-39.

Book chapterMackay, Angela (2005)
Mainstreaming Gender in United Nations Peacekeeping Training: Examples from East Timor, Ethiopia, and Eritrea
In: Mazurana, Dyan E. and Raven-Roberts, Angela and Parpart, Jane L. (eds.). Gender, Conflict and Peacekeeping. Lanham, Maryland: Rowman and Littlefield.

Book chapterFonjong, Lotsmart (2004)
Nongovernmental Organizations and the Struggle for a New Status for Rural Women in the North Western Cameroon
In: Thorne, Magdalena E. (ed.). Women in Society: Achievements, Risks, and Challenges. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Periodical articleMoghadam, Valentine M. (2004)
See this documentPatriarchy in Transition: Women and the Changing Family in the Middle East
Journal of Comparative Family Studies. Volume 35 #2. Spring. p. 137-162.

BookRussell, Mona L. (2004)
Creating the New Egyptian Woman: Consumerism, Education, and National Identity in Egypt, 1863-1922
New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 237p.

Periodical articleNgoupande, Jean-Paul (2003)
In the Beginning There Was Lucy...
African Geopolitics. #10. Spring.

BookNorth South Consultants Exchange (NSCE) (2003)
See this documentImpact Study of the New Horizons Program in Egypt
Washington, D.C.: USAID Development Experience Clearinghouse (DEC)/Development Experience System (DEXS).

Book chapterOkemwa, Pacificah (2003)
Impact of Adventist Schooling on the Status of Women in Kenya
In: Wamue, Grace and Theuri, Matthew M.(eds.). Quests for Integrity in Africa. Nairobi: Acton.

Book chapterRathgeber, Eva M. (2003)
Women in Universities and University-Educated Women: The Current Situation in Africa
In: Teferra, Damtew and Altbach, Philip G. (eds.). African Higher Education: An International Reference Handbook. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University Press.

Book chapterAkande, Jadesola (2002)
Vision 2010 and Women Empowerment in Nigeria
In: Adedoja, Taoheed A. and Obani, T.C. (eds.). Social Issues, Communication, and Special Education. Ibadan: Symphony.

Periodical articleAkoto, E.M. and Tambashe, B.O. and Amouzou, A. and Djangone, A.R. (2002)
See this documentBesoins non-satisfaits en planification familiale et transition contraceptive au Burkina Faso, au Cameroun et en Côte d'Ivoire
Etude de la population africaine. Volume 17 #1. April. p. 19-45.

BookComm. on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (2002)
Consideration of Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 18 of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women: Initial, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Periodic Reports of States Parties: Congo
New York: United Nations. Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (CEDAW). 143p.

Periodical articleKamau, Nyokabi (2002)
The Status of Women in Higher Education Management: A Study of One Private University in Kenya
Eastern Africa Journal of Humanities and Sciences. Volume 2 #1. p. 1-23.

Periodical articleKaziboni, Tabeth (2002)
See this documentThe impact of gender education on the attitudes of post-independence women in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe Journal of Educational Research. Volume 14 #2. July. p. 179-195.

Periodical articleAbuBakr, Rashidah I. (2001)
See this documentWest African Women in Exile: City, University and Dislocated Village
Jenda: A Journal of Culture and African Women Studies. Volume 1 #1.

Periodical articleAtekyereza, Peter R. (2001)
See this documentThe Education of Girls and Women in Uganda
Abstract presentJournal of Social Development in Africa. Volume 16 #2. July. p. 115-146.

Book chapterEl Hassan, Idris S. (2001)
The Local and the Global: Gendering Education in the Sudan
In: Assefa, Taye and Rugumamu, Severine and Ghaffar, Abdel and Ahmed, M. (eds.). Globalization, Democracy and Development in Africa: Challenges and Prospects. Addis Ababa: Organization for Social Research in Eastern and Southern Africa(OSSREA). p. 347-364.

Book chapterJoshua, Milton O. (2001)
Gender Training with Men: Experiences and Reflections from East Africa
In: Sweetman, Caroline (ed.). Men's Involvement in Gender and Development Policy and Practice: Beyond Rhetoric. Oxford: Oxfam.

Dissertation / thesisPuja, Grace K. (2001)
Moving Against the Grain: The Expectations and Experiences of Tanzanian Female Undergraduates
Ph.D. dissertation: University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 340p.

Periodical articleWillemse, Karin (2001)
See this document'A Room of One's Own': Single Female Teachers Negotiating the Islamist Discourse in Sudan
Northeast African Studies. Volume 8 #3. p. 99-128.

Conference paperBanmeke, Funmi (2000)
Status of Women and Reproductive Health: Research Issue for the Academia
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

BookComm. on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women (2000)
Consideration of Reports Submitted by States Parties Under Article 18 of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination Against Women: Third and Fourth Periodic Reports of States Parties: Kenya
New York: United Nations. Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women. 44p.

Conference paperFelix-Emeribe, Nwanne (2000)
Higher Education, the Humanities and Women Development
Paper presented at the 2nd International NAWACS (National Association of Women Academics) Conference, Abuja-Federal Capital, 5-10 September, 2000, Abuja, Nigeria.

Periodical articleMiri, Angela F. (2000)
Functional Literacy and Women Empowerment in Nigeria: A Desideratum of 21st Century
Nigerian Journal of Gender and Development. Volume 1 #1-2. p. 39-52.

Book chapterOuendji, N.N. (2000)
Academic Freedom and the Position of Women in Cameroon
In: Sall, Ebrima (ed.). Women in Academia. Gender and Academic Freedom in Africa. Dakar: Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa (CODESRIA). The State of Academic Freedom in Africa Series.

BookPopulation Council (2000)
School, Home, Work, and Play: Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Eastern and Southern Africa
Nairobi: Population Council, East and Southern Africa Regional Office.

Periodical articleRathapo, S.B. (2000)
The State of Gender Information in Botswana
Libri. Volume 50 #4. p. 302-308.

BookUnited Nations Statistics Division (2000)
The World's Women 2000: Trends and Statistics
New York: United Nations Statistics Division. Social Statistics and Indicators. Series K; #16. 16. 180p.

Periodical articleDe la Gorgendiere, Louise (1999)
See this documentWomen's Life Stories and the Next Generation in Ghana: 'Educate a Woman...'
Social Analysis. Volume 43 #1. p. 53-72.

Periodical articleFallon, Kathleen M. (1999)
See this documentEducation and Perceptions of Social Status and Power among Women in Larteh, Ghana
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 46 #2. p. 67-91.

BookKlasen, Stephan (1999)
Does Gender Inequality Reduce Growth and Development: Evidence from Cross-Country Regressions
Washington, D.C.: World Bank. Development Research Group, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Network. Policy Research Report on Gender and Development Working Paper Series #7. November. 36p.

BookUnited Nations. Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) (1999)
Fifth African Regional Conference on Women: 16-23 November, 1994, Dakar, Senegal
Addis Ababa: United Nations, Economic Commission for Africa (ECA).

Conference paperAbushaka, Sarah R. (1998)
Strengthening Displaced Women's Educational Status with Regard to Population Issues in Dar Es Salaam-Jebel Aulia (Sudan)
Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Women in Africa and the African Diaspora: Health and Human Rights, October 23-27, 1998, Indianapolis, Indiana. Asso. of African Women Scholars, Indiana University, Women's Studies Program.

BookBadri, Amna E.S. and Sadig, Intisar I.A. (1998)
Sudan between Peace and War: Internally Displaced Women in Khartoum and South and West Kordofan
Nairobi: United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM). 75p.

BookBryden, Matt and Steiner, Martina I. (1998)
Somalia between Peace and War: Somali Women on the Eve of the 21st Century
Nairobi: United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM). 77p.

Book chapterFester, Gertrude (1998)
Closing the Gap: Activism and Academia in South Africa
In: Nnaemeka, Obioma (ed.). Sisterhood, Feminisms and Power: From Africa to Diaspora. Trenton: Africa World Press. p. 215-238.

Book chapterHollos, Marida (1998)
The Status of Women in Southern Nigeria: Is Education a Help or a Hindrance?
In: Bloch, Marianne N. and Beoku-Betts, Josephine A. and Tabachnick, B. Robert (eds.). Women and Education in Sub-Saharan Africa: Power, Opportunities, and Constraints. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers. p. 247-276.

Book chapterKumsa, Kuwee (1998)
Oromo Women and the Oromo National Movement: Dilemmas, Problems and Prospects for True Liberation
In: Jalata, Asafa (ed.). Oromo Nationalism and the Ethiopian Discourse: The Search for Freedom and Democracy. Lawrenceville, New Jersey: Red Sea Press.

Book chapterOrewere, Ben N. (1998)
Women, Communication and Self-Actualisation: Women only to be Seen and Not to Be Heard?
In: Orewere, Ben 'Nata and Mamven, Larai J. (eds.). Plateau State Woman: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: A National Seminar. Lagos, Nigeria: National Council of Women Societies and the African Council for Communication Education.

Conference paperUdoh, Dorothy (1998)
Population Education as an Effective Tool for Improving Women's Status in Nigeria
Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on Women in Africa and the African Diaspora: Health and Human Rights, October 23-27, 1998, Indianapolis, Indiana. Asso. of African Women Scholars, Indiana University, Women's Studies Program.

BookBaden, Sally (1997)
Post-Conflict Mozambique: Women's Special Situation, Population Issues and Gender Perspectives to be Integrated into Skills Training and Employment Promotion
Geneva: International Labour Office, Training Policies and Systems Branch. August. 139p.

Dissertation / thesisDickinson, Sandra C. (1997)
Visions of a Post-Apartheid South Africa: Literacy, Empowerment, and the Cultural Transformation of Black Women
M.A. Thesis: University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma. 82p.

BookFallon, Kathleen M. (1997)
The Effects of Gender and Education on Perceptions of Social Status and Power in Larteh, Ghana
Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University, African Studies Program. 36p.

Periodical articleHopfer, Christiane (1997)
Empowering Adult Education in Namibia and South Africa during and After Apartheid
International Review of Education. Volume 43 #1. p. 43-59.

Periodical articleRiphenburg, Carol (1997)
See this documentWomen's Status and Cultural Expression: Changing Gender Relations and Structural Adjustment in Zimbabwe
Abstract presentAfrica Today. Volume 44 #1. p. 33-50.

Dissertation / thesisRussell, Mona L. (1997)
Creating the New Woman: Consumerism, Education, and National Identity in Egypt, 1863-1922
Ph.D. dissertation: Georgetown University, Washington, DC. 431p.

Periodical articleTamale, Sylvia and Oloka-Onyango, Joe (1997)
See this documentBitches at the Academy: Gender and Academic Freedom at the African University
Abstract presentAfrica Development: A Quarterly Journal of CODESRIA. Volume 22 #1. p. 13-37.

Periodical articleYates, Rachel (1997)
Literacy, Gender and Vulnerability: Donor Discourses and Local Realities
IDS Bulletin. Volume 28 #3. p. 112-121.

Periodical articleBuchmann, C. (1996)
The Debt Crisis, Structural Adjustment and Women's Education: Implications for Status and Social Development
International Journal of Comparative Sociology. Volume 37 #1-2. p. 5-30.

Periodical articleHaq, Khadija (1996)
Global Commitment for Women's Advancement and African Reality
Development. #2. p. 30-34.

Periodical articleIbrahim, Mostafa H.A. (1996)
A Study of the Relationship between Women's Education and Socio-Economic Status and Demographic Development in Selected Villages of the Assiut Governorate
Journal of Agricultural Sciences. Volume 27 #3.

Conference paperKidandy, J.W. and Atieno, F. and Akinyi, J. and Oyugi, Catherine A. (1996)
Improving the Socioeconomic, Psychological and Emotional Status of HIV+ve Women of Low Income Earnings
Paper presented at the 11th Annual International Conference on AIDS, July 7-12, 1996, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Periodical articleMalekela, G.A. (1996)
See this documentTanzanian School Women Talking: Are the Traditional Patterns of Thinking Changing?
Utafiti. Volume 3 #2. p. 131-154.

Periodical articleMeena, Ruth (1996)
See this documentSituational Analysis of Education of Girls/Women in Tanzania
Utafiti. Volume 3 #2. p. 39-90.

Book chapterSoliman, Azza A. (1996)
The Status of Women in Egypt (National and Regional Inequities)
In: Cairo Demographic Centre (CDC). CDC 25th Annual Seminar on Population Issues in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, 1995. Cairo: CDC. Research Monograph Series #25. p. 412-461.

BookUnited Nations. Population Division (1996)
Population and Women: Proceedings of the United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Population and Women, Gaborone, Botswana, 22-26 June, 1992
New York: United Nations. 435p.

BookZambia Association for Research and Development (ZARD) (1996)
Zambia Today: A Gender Perspective: An Analysis of the Public's Views
Lusaka: Zambia Association for Research and Development (ZARD). 131p.

Periodical articleAl-Hasan, Idris S. (1995)
Gender Religious Experience: Women and Quranic Schools in Eastern Sudan
Abstract presentEastern Africa Social Science Research Review. Volume 11 #1. January. p. 1-20.

Periodical articleAlaoui El Mdaghri, Cherifa (1995)
Women, Environment and Population: A Moroccan Case Study
IDS Bulletin. Volume 26 #1. January. p. 61-65.

BookBritain-Zimbabwe Society (BZS) (1995)
The Gender Issue: The Role of Education
London: Britain Zimbabwe Society (BZS). Supplement to the BZS Members' Newsletter, #95/4. 8p.

Book chapterEl-Deeb, Bothaina and Eltigani, Azza (1995)
Socio-Economic Determinants of Contraceptive Use in Sudan
In: Cairo Demographic Centre (CDC). CDC 24th Annual Seminar on Population Issues and the Challenges of the 21st Century in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia, 1994. Cairo: CDC. Research Monograph Series #24. p. 345-373.

BookGetecha, Ciru and Chipika, Jesimen and Waller, Margaret and Gombera, David (eds.) (1995)
Zimbabwe Women's Voices
Harare: Zimbabwe Women's Resource Centre and Network (ZWRCN). September. 173p.

BookKabiru, Wanjiku M. and Masinjila, Masheti (1995)
ABC of Gender Analysis: A Framework of Analysis for the Education Sector
Nairobi: Forum for African Women Educationalists. 25p.

Periodical articleLephoto, Hyacinth M. (1995)
Educating Women for Empowerment in Lesotho
Convergence. Volume 28 #3. p. 5-13.

Periodical articleLind, Agneta (1995)
Women and Literacy: With Particular Reference in Southern Africa
Journal of the African Association for Literacy and Adult Education. Volume 9 #1. p. 1-11.

BookWhite, Caroline (1995)
Gender on the Agenda: Will Women Gain Equality in the New South Africa?
Johannesburg: Center for Policy Studies. Policy Issues and Actors. Volume 8 #7. August. 39p.

DVD / videoYambo-Odotte, Dommie (1995)
The Women's Agenda: Kenya/Uganda
Nairobi: ZebraLink Communications. VHS/PAL Videocassette. 1/2 Inch. Color.

Periodical articleBenjamin, Lehn M. and Walters, Shirley (1994)
'The Women Can Also Dig the Graves': The Centrality of 'Power and Resistance' for Gender Training in South Africa
Convergence. Volume 27 #2-3. p. 167-174.

BookBesha, Ruth M. (ed.) (1994)
African Women: Our Burdens and Struggles
Johannesburg: Institute for African Alternatives. Papers from an IFAA Residential Course: African Women: Transformation and Development, held in Dar es Salaam in 1991. 101p.

Dissertation / thesisEjide, Ben (1994)
An Investigation of the Impact of Socioeconomic Status, Gender, and Religious Views on Attributional Patterns of High School Students in Nigeria
Ph.D. dissertation: Loyola University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. 124p.

BookGreen, Cynthia P. (1994)
Sustainable Development: Population and the Environment
Washington, D.C.: Academy for Educational Development. 214p.

Periodical articleHaddad, Lawrence and Hoddinott, John (1994)
See this documentWomen's Income and Boy-Girl Anthropometric Status in the Cote d'Ivoire
World Development. Volume 22 #4. April. p. 543-553.

BookLessing, Margaret (1994)
South African Women Today
Cape Town: Maskew Miller Longman. 303p.

Dissertation / thesisOkeke, Philomina E. (1994)
Patriarchial Continuities and Contradictions in African Women's Education and Socio-Economic Status: An Ethnographic Study of Currently Employed University Educated Igbo Women in Nigeria
Ph.D. dissertation: Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 324p.

Periodical articleOkonkwo, I.C. (1994)
Integrating Women into the Nigerian Economic Mainstream: The Case of Entrepreneurship Education
Journal of Education and Social Change. Volume 7 #4-8 #1. p. 78-90.

Book chapterPrekel, Truida (1994)
South African Women: Meeting the Challenges of the 1990s
In: Lessing, Margaret (ed.). South African Women Today. Cape Town: Maskew Miller Longman.

BookToubia, Nahid and Bahyeldin, Amira and Hijab, Nadia and Heba, Abdel-Latif (1994)
Arab Women: A Profile of Diversity and Change
Cairo: Population Council. 64p.

Periodical articleAfrik, T. (1993)
Non-Literate Women in Extreme Poverty
UNESCO-Africa. Volume 6. p. 12-20.

Book chapterBadran, Hoda (1993)
Women's Human Rights: A Conditionality for Sustainability
In: Faris, Mohamed A. and Hasan Khan, Mabmood (eds.). Sustainable Agriculture in Egypt. Boulder, Colorado: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

BookEl-Deeb, Bothaina (1993)
Women, Status, Fertility, and Family Planning in Egypt
Cairo: Cairo Demographic Centre. 59p.

Periodical articleGordan, Adele (1993)
See this documentBehind the Barriers: Women, Work and Education on Peri-Urban Smallholdings
Agenda: Empowering Women for Gender Equity. #18. p. 28-40.

Periodical articleKhasiani, Shanyisa A. (1993)
The Impact of Migration on Women's Status in Kenya
Wajibu. Volume 8 #3. p. 5-7.

Periodical articleMackenzie, Liz (1993)
On Our Feet: Taking Steps to Challenge Women's Oppression: A Handbook on Gender and Popular Education Workshops
Adult Education and Development. #41 Supplement. p. 3-171.

Book chapterShapiro, David and Tambashe, B. Oleko (1993)
Fertility and the Status of Women in Kinshasa
In: International Population Conference: Montreal, 1993. Liege, Belgium: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population (IUSSP). Volume One. p. 325-350.

Conference paperVan de Walle, Francine and Van de Walle, Etienne (1993)
Women's Status in the Demographic Literature on Sub-Saharan Africa
Paper presented at the IUSSP Seminar on Women and Demographic Change in Sub-Saharan Africa Held at Dakar, Senegal, March 3-6, 1993. Liege, Belgium: International Union for the Scientific Study of Population.

BookWhite, Caroline (Compiler) and Vincent, Anne and Madumise, Brenda (1993)
Status of South African Women: Sourcebook in Tables and Graphs: The Reasons for Change
Marshalltown, South Africa: African National Congress (ANC) Women's League Policy Division. 62p.

Conference paperWolff, Brent (1993)
Social Context in the Treatment of Childhood Illness in Nigeria: The Role of Women's Work and Program Environment
Paper presented at the 62nd Annual Conference of the Population Association of America (PAA), April 1-3, 1993, Cincinnati, Ohio. Alexandria, Virginia.

Book chapterAmazigo, Uche O. (1992)
Women, Education and Society
In: Osakue, Grace and Okojie, Jane and Osakue, Duncan (eds.). Women and Education: Edited Proceedings of the Third Annual Women in Nigeria Conference. Samaru, Nigeria: Women in Nigeria (WIN). p. 5-13.

Book chapterAmoji, A.N. (1992)
Rural Women in Socio-Economic Development
In: Osakue, Grace and Okojie, Jane and Osakue, Duncan (eds.). Women and Education: Edited Proceedings of the Third Annual Women in Nigeria Conference. Samaru, Nigeria: Women in Nigeria (WIN). p. 132-135.

Periodical articleEshete, Almaz (1992)
See this documentPopulation and Women in Development: Gender Issues in the Context of Population and Development
African Development Review. Volume 4 #2. December. p. 79-117.

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