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    Feminisation of Gender Budgeting: An Uphill Task for Zimbabwe

    Manyeruke, Charity, and Shakespear Hamausw. 2013. “Feminisation of Gender Budgeting: An Uphill Task for Zimbabwe." Eastern Africa Social Science Research Review 29 (1): 77-105.

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    Topics: Economies, Economic Inequality, Education, Gender, Femininity/ies, Gender Budgeting, Gender Mainstreaming, Health Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: Zimbabwe

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    Engendering the Public Sector: An Example from the Women's Budget Initiative in South Africa

    Valodia, Imraan. 1999. “Engendering the Public Sector: An Example from the Women's Budget Initiative in South Africa.” Journal Of International Development 10 (7): 943-55.

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    Topics: Gender, Gender Analysis, Gender Budgeting Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: South Africa

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    Budgeting to Fulfill International Gender and Human Rights Commitments

    Budlender, Debbie. 2004. Budgeting to Fulfill International Gender and Human Rights Commitments. Harare, Zimbabwe: Southern African Regional Office of the United Nations Development Fund for Women.

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    Topics: Development, Gender, Gender Budgeting, Rights, Human Rights Regions: Africa, Southern Africa

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    Gender Responsive Budgeting and the Aid Effectiveness Agenda: Experiences from Mozambique

    Holvoet, Nathalie, and Liesbeth Inberg. 2014. “Gender Responsive Budgeting and the Aid Effectiveness Agenda: Experiences from Mozambique.” Journal of International Women’s Studies 15 (2): 61-79.

     

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    Topics: Gender, Gender Budgeting, Gendered Power Relations, Gender Equality/Inequality Regions: Africa, Southern Africa Countries: Mozambique Keywords: Mozambique, aid effectiveness

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