“Women, land ownership and development in the Sudan”

Few Sudanese women are land owners despite their role in food production and new discriminatory legislation relating to land registration and tenancy distribution is making ti even more difficult for women agriuc,tural workers to improve their situation. Aksi discusses three case studies which illustrate the following points – when women do not own land, there contribution is meager, when women own land.

Badri, Balghis
Source publication: 
Canadian Woman Studies 7(1&2): 89-92. 1985