The Population Council’s Poverty, Gender, and Youth program seeks to understand and address the disparities in opportunity that arise during adolescence, the critical requirements for reaching a successful, productive adulthood, the causes and consequences of gender inequality, and the social dimensions of poverty in developing countries.

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Submissions from 1984

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Developing non-craft employment for women in Bangladesh, Marty Chen

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Les coopératives des vendeuses de marché: Accorder crédit aux femmes, Judith Bruce

Submissions from 1983

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Hanover Street: Un experimento de capacitacion femenina en soladadura y carpinteria, Peggy Antrobus and Barbara Rogers

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La Coopérative de Markala: Une nouvelle approche des rôles economiques traditionnaux, Susan Daughman and Mariam N'Diaye Thiam

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Le Forum pour les Femmes Actives: Lutte pour le crédit et le changement, Marty Chen

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Les femmes et l'Artisanat: Mythe et réalité, Jasleen Dhamija

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Mujeres y artesanías: Mito y realidad, Jasleen Dhamija

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The Working Women's Forum: Organizing for credit and change, Marty Chen

Submissions from 1982

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Cooperativas de vendedoras de los mercados: Dan préstamos a las mujeres, Judith Bruce

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The Markala Cooperative: A new approach to traditional economic roles, Susan Daughman and Mariam N'Diaye Thiam

Submissions from 1981

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Women and handicrafts: Myth and reality, Jasleen Dhamija

Submissions from 1980

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Hanover Street: An experiment to train women in welding and carpentry, Peggy Antrobus and Barbara Rogers

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Market women's cooperatives: Giving women credit, Judith Bruce

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Village women organize: The Mraru Bus Service, Jill Kneerim