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Perspectives on south asian women's development

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This chapter contains selected sources related to South Asian women's development. It presents sources related to the women and development in Pakistan, rural women and development in Pakistan, urban women in Pakistan, women and development in Bangladesh, rural women and development in Bangladesh, urban women in Bangladesh, economic status of women, Muslim women and poverty in South Asia, women and work in Bangladesh, rural credit programmes/Grameen Bank in Bangladesh, women and work in Pakistan, women, and banking in Pakistan, Muslim women and work in India, women's self employment, women and handicrafts. The chapter is not just a bibliography; it moves far beyond what a bibliography is ordinarily conceived to be.

Keywords: Bangladesh; Grameen Bank; India; Muslim women; Pakistan; rural women; South Asia; urban women; women's development; women's self employment



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