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Woman-headed households in southern Namibia: Causes, patterns, and consequences (ISSA wissenschaftliche Reihe) download ebook
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Woman-Headed Household.

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Women-headed households in southern Namibia: causes, patterns, and consequences. Church and state in Namibia. The politics of reconciliation. Freiburg: Institute. Windhoek: Gamsberg Macmillan. Krippendorf, K. (1980). United Nations Development Programme 2015. Summary of poverty and deprivation in Namibia 2015.

Woman-headed households in southern Namibia. Woman-headed households in southern Namibia.

Iken, A. (1999) Woman-Headed Households in Namibia: causes, patterns and consequences. Frankfurt am Main and Windhoek: IKO–Verlag für Interkulturelle Kommunikation and Gamsberg Macmillan. Jones, R. C. (1998) ‘Remittances and inequality: a question of migration stage and geographic scale’, Economic Geography 74 (1): 8–25

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Levels and trends in female headed households are important indicators of changes in family organization and in. .

Levels and trends in female headed households are important indicators of changes in family organization and in the process of family formation. It is widely suspected that female headed households are more vulnerable to risk, economically less viable, socially less connected and poorly integrated and, finally, are enmeshed in a social and economic context that is less than optimum for the growth and development of mothers and children alike. Our goal in this paper is to describe levels and trends of female headed households in Latin America during the past twenty years or so.

Objective Female-headed households are one of the minority groups of women in Iran and other countries, grappling with many problems. This group normally face with too many obstacles in their personal, family and social life. Objective Female-headed households are one of the minority groups of women in Iran and other countries, grappling with many problems.

Also, female household heads tend to be older on average than male household heads: Namibia-60 . In general, male- headed households have larger numbers of prime-age adults (women and men 15-64 years of age) in the household labourforce.

Also, female household heads tend to be older on average than male household heads: Namibia-60 versus 57 years; southern Zambia-47 versus 41 years; northern Zambia-48 versus 43 years. The mean number of adults in the productive years (aged 15-64 years) provides an estimation of the prime labour pool from which the household can draw for agricultural labour and other productive tasks, and is used as the denominator in calculating the household dependency ratio.