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Differential participation of men and women in production and reproduction in Kakamega District: implications for equity

Differential participation of men and women in production and reproduction in Kakamega District: implications for equity

Journal of Developing Societies 5(2): 234-244

The existing structure of the division of labour between men and women and the changing roles of women in Kenya are at once rooted in cultural norms and institutions and reinforced by structural arrangements. The Kenyan economy is primarily dependent on the agricultural sector. The great majority of the small farms are worked by family labour, and women provide the bulk of the labour force.

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