(pp.105-128) L. A. Khalfalla, and E. M. Ahmed ‘The impact of privatization on sudanese women position’, IJSR, Vol. 5, No. 2, 2015

31st July 2015

Limiaa Abdelghafar Khalfalla, National Population Council, Khartoum, Sudan Elsadig Musa Ahmed, Faculty of Business, Multimedia University, Malaysia Purpose: As indicated in this study, women’s position in the Sudanese context is perceived to be subordinate to men as reflected in state policies. This appears in the different institutions, starting with the labour market, society and household/family [more details]

(pp.259-273) H. Nithyanandhan ‘Economic impact of microcredit women self-help groups in Chennai, India’, World Sustainable Development Outlook, 2015

1st July 2015

HEMAVATHY NITHYANANDHAN, Mazoon University College, Sultanate of Oman Purpose: Women community equals men community in population. In developing countries like India the status of women is low. The women are socially and economically invisible. The invisibility makes women to disqualify from formal employment opportunities due to lack of education and skills. In order to overcome [more details]