(First published as Women, Conservation and Agriculture: A Manual for Trainers in 1992) This manual is a practical contribution to promoting the provision of training for women in conservation and natural resource management. It aims to provide trainers and extension workers with the skills and techniques to train and involve women in conservation activities. Its methodology depends upon drawing out and utilising women's indigenous technical knowledge and properly identifying their needs and priorities.
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