International - The system of rice intensification and its impacts on women: Reducing pain, discomfort, and labor in rice farming while enhancing households’ food security

Olivia Vent, Sabarmatee, Norman Uphoff

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Abstract

We know that we have to work. It is our way of life. We not only work in our fields, also in our homes. In rice season, the workload is so much that we don’t have time to think about it. Since we are farming women, hardly anyone cares about it.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationWomen in Agriculture Worldwide
Subtitle of host publicationKey Issues and Practical Approaches
EditorsA.J. Fletcher, W. Kubik
PublisherTaylor and Francis
Pages55-68
ISBN (Electronic)9781134774647, 9781315546780
ISBN (Print)9781472473080
Publication statusPublished - 2016

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