2 edition of Women and development found in the catalog.
Women and development
1982 by United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America in Santiago .
Written in English
Guidelines prepared for use at the Caribbean Regional Training Workshop in Programme/Project Planning Skills, Barbados, June 14-26 1981.
|Contributions||United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America., Caribbean Regional Training Workshop in Programme/Project Planning skills (1981 : Barbados)|
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