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A glimpse of Nepalese rural women

A glimpse of Nepalese rural women

Village Nepal 1(1): 15-27

This article considers the place of women in rural society in Nepal (role in the household, marriage customs, participation in family-level decision making, time allocated to different jobs, etc.), their economic characteristics (in agriculture, industry, trading and services), access to training and education, legal status, health programmes for women and women's participation in social and political activities.

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