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Gender Analysis of Cross-border Migration in Rural Border Communities of Ipokia Local Government Area, Ogun State, NigeriaFaculty of Economics, University of Opole, 2017The study examined gender dimension of cross border migration in rural border communities of Ipokia local government area, Ogun State, Nigeria. The study specifically examined socio-economic characteristics of migrants, pattern of migration between male and female migrants and reasons for cross border migration in the study area.Document
Status of gender, vulnerabilities and adaptation to climate change in the Hindu Kush Himalaya : impacts and implications for livelihoods, and sustainable mountain developmentInternational Centre for Integrated Mountain Development, (ICIMOD), Nepal, 2017The overarching recognition in all the literature is that climate change will have huge and largely detrimental impacts on vulnerable communities, and that gender will be a defining feature in shaping individuals’ experiences of adverse circumstances.Document
Migration, social demands and environmental change amongst the Frafra of Northern Ghana and the Biali in Northern BeninMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2014This paper explores archives and narratives of African migrants in northwestern Benin and northeastern Ghana. These regions have been marked by severe ecological change and resource deterioration over the years, as well as changes in marital patterns, family relations and customary practices.DocumentRefugee and Migratory Movements Research Unit, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2007Each year, tens of thousands of people in Bangladesh are internally displaced as a consequence of riverbank erosion. Yet, such erosion does not draw the attention of policy makers in the same way that other natural disasters do and as a result, a number of coping mechanisms are employed by those affected, with the burden of displacement largely falling on women.OrganisationThe Department of International Development (QEH) is the University of Oxford's centre for development studies and forms part of the Social Sciences Division of the University.