Participation of women in grassroots development interventions: reflections on the experiences of development projects in Sudan
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This paper is based on an empirical study, conducted in 2005/06. It provides reflections on gender and development approaches employed in development projects in Sudan and identifies the challenges that development providers need to address when they plan for future interventions. It argues that addressing gender issues requires an in depth understanding of local values, and women’s needs and interests.
Gender, Participation, Community, Development, Organisations, Projects, Values, Sudan
El-Gack, N. (2009). Participation of women in grassroots development interventions: reflections on the experiences of development projects in Sudan. (Institute of Development Studies Working Paper Series 1/2009). Palmerston North, N.Z.: Massey University. Institute of Development Studies.