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Beating a path: towards women's central participation in shelter

, : Beating a path: towards women's central participation in shelter. Habitat Debate 2(1): 9-10

It is argued that grassroots organizations are not necessarily correct when implementing female participation in development programmes. The experiences of different NGO and community based organizations relating to the empowerment of women and the development of structures within them to facilitate the involvement of women at all decision making levels need to be pooled. This would allow a coherent system to be developed and maybe the basis for future policy and legislation.

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