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Population, Gender and Development in Maldives

A. M. Shaljan
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 39, No. 18 (May 1-7, 2004), pp. 1835-1840
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4414967
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Population, Gender and Development in Maldives
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Abstract

Despite impressive human development in the past few decades, Maldives faces enormous economic and environmental challenges. Although Maldivian women enjoy a relatively high status in society, several factors constrain them from full and unfettered participation in national development. There is a need for a gender mainstreaming approach that operates effectively and expeditiously to bring about change in the socio-economic status of women.

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