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Culture, Self-Identity and its Effect on the Economic Empowerment of Women
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Culture, Self-Identity and its Effect on the Economic Empowerment of Women

A Case Study on the Hope Development Initiative

23 Seiten · 4,72 EUR
(08. Januar 2020)

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This chapter contributes to a bigger research project: ”Transculturality and community” conducted by Trans-cultural Research Group whose aim was to explore what the Hope Development Initiative (HDI) project contributed to the economic empowerment of women. The chapter examines the effect of HDI initiatives on the culture, identity and economic empowerment of women using a case study concerning the rice value chain. The research analyzed the gender dimension of the rice value chain, specifically focusing on how the project influenced the cultural gender classification of roles, self-identity of women; cost effectiveness of rice production and the economic empowerment of women.

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Transculturality and Community
Josef Wieland, Dominik Fischer (eds.):
Transculturality and Community
the authors
Elizabeth Kaase-Bwanga
Elizabeth Kaase-Bwanga

holds a PhD in Economics, a Master of Arts in Economic Policy and Planning, a Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Rural Economy, all from Makerere University. She is a Research Fellow (2017/2018) of the Barcelona Graduate School of Economics (BGSE). and a consultant in development, implementation and evaluation of development programmes. She is currently coordinating the Norwegian programme for higher education institutions (NORHED) at Makerere University and is a senior researcher at the School of Women and Gender Studies.

Dr. Agnes Atim Apea
Agnes Atim Apea

is the CEO & founder of the Hope Development Initiative Uganda. In her work towards empowering women in Uganda, she works with the Government of Uganda as the Chairperson Local Government Finance Commission and has been a consultant with the African Union, the Commonwealth, United Nations Agencies, Uganda Women’s Parliamentary Association and the Pan African Parliament.

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Betty Akullo

is a Ugandan lawyer, an activist and a gender specialist with over twelve years of experience in mainstreaming gender into projects, programs and policies. She is a founder of the Women and Rural Development Network, a grassroots organization working to promote the rights of women and children in northern Uganda.