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Supporting Smallholder Livelihoods in Tajikistan: Working with women farmers to build new forms of collective action

Supporting Smallholder Livelihoods in Tajikistan: Working with women farmers to build new forms of collective action
9 pages

Authors
Schmitt, James

Publication date
05 Aug 2015

ISBN
978-1-78077-886-0

Publisher
Oxfam GB

Series
MECIS case studies

Type
Case study

Oxfam and its partners are working to support economic justice and livelihoods improvements for disadvantaged women smallholders in Tajikistan. The programme promotes the development of producer groups and other forms of organization among women farmers to enable them to lobby collectively for access to land, means of production and markets. The programme is designed to support increased efficiency and productivity at the farm level. This case study explores what Oxfam has learned through the implementation of the programme to date.

This learning case study is part of a series of eight papers relating to Oxfam's economic justice programme in the Middle East, Asia and Eastern Europe, with a focus on collective action.

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