Do Women’s Land Rights Promote Empowerment and Child Health in Nepal? | Land Portal | Securing Land Rights Through Open Data

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August 2007
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LandWise:record[2939]:item[3163]
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18
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Full citation: Allendorf, K. (2007) Do Women’s Land Rights Promote Empowerment and Child Health in Nepal? World Development, Volume 35, Issue 11, 1975-1988.

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Allendorf, K.

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