Tuesday, August 01, 2006
CAPRi Working Papers 51, 52, 53, and 54 can now be downloaded from the CAPRi Website (http://www.capri.cgiar.org/). To download them click on the links below the respective paper abstract. In addition to being the first with a newly designed cover page, these are the first papers from last year's CAPRi workshop on Gender and Collective Action to come out as Working Papers.
- Water, Women, and Local Social Organization in the Western Kenya Highlands. Elizabeth Were, Brent Swallow, and Jessica Roy. CAPRi Working Paper 51. Washington DC: IFPRI. 2006.
- The Many Meanings of Collective Action: Lessons on Enhancing Gender Inclusion and Equity in Watershed Management. Laura German, Hailemichael Taye, Sarah Charamila, Tesema Tolera, and Joseph Tanui. CAPRi Working Paper 52. Washington DC: IFPRI. 2006.
- Decentralization and Environmental Conservation: Gender Effects from Participation in Joint Forest Management. Arun Agrawal, Gautam Yadama, Raul Andrade, and Ajoy Bhattacharya. CAPRi Working Paper 53. Washington DC: IFPRI. 2006.
- Improving the Effectiveness of Collective Action: Sharing Experiences from Community Forestry in Nepal. Krishna P. Acharya and Popular Gentle. CAPRi Working Paper 54. Washington DC: IFPRI. 2006.
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