The article analyzes the ongoing dynamics, and the historical and political factors that brought to what O’Laughlin (2009) has defined as a ‘relatively secure’ access to land in Chokwe irrigation scheme in Mozambique, before discussing more in detail the implications of the ‘green revolution strategy’ with respect to women’s access to and use of land.

'Green revolution' for whom? Women's access to and use of land in the Mozambique Chokwe irrigation scheme / R. Pellizzoli. - In: REVIEW OF AFRICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY. - ISSN 0305-6244. - STAMPA. - 37:124(2010), pp. 213-220. [10.1080/03056244.2010.483896]

'Green revolution' for whom? Women's access to and use of land in the Mozambique Chokwe irrigation scheme

PELLIZZOLI, ROBERTA
2010

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The article analyzes the ongoing dynamics, and the historical and political factors that brought to what O’Laughlin (2009) has defined as a ‘relatively secure’ access to land in Chokwe irrigation scheme in Mozambique, before discussing more in detail the implications of the ‘green revolution strategy’ with respect to women’s access to and use of land.
2010
'Green revolution' for whom? Women's access to and use of land in the Mozambique Chokwe irrigation scheme / R. Pellizzoli. - In: REVIEW OF AFRICAN POLITICAL ECONOMY. - ISSN 0305-6244. - STAMPA. - 37:124(2010), pp. 213-220. [10.1080/03056244.2010.483896]
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