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1. Common ground: women's access to natural resources and the United Nations Millennium Development Goals, (2003)
  Sunday, May 09, 2004  
  This brief reports links poverty eradication, gender equality and environmental sustainability. It argues that linking the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) on these issues can expand women's access to natural resources. It illustrates, through grassroots initiatives and real life examples, the practical linkages between the issues, and provides strategies, tools and actions for organizations and institutions to integrate gender issues and women's participation in the MDG process. Visit the above link
 
2. Energy and rural women's work
  Sunday, May 09, 2004  
  The world has entered an era of higher energy costs. Until recently, the impact of these was cushioned by large reserves of "free" wood and other biomass fuels. But the distinction between "free" traditional fuels and modern "expensive" fuels has become meaningless as environmental degradation has reduced supplies and increased costs.
 
3. Malaria control and pregnancy
  Sunday, May 09, 2004  
  Pregnant women are at greater risk of malaria infection than non-pregnant women in settings of both low and high transmission of malaria. In areas with low levels of malaria transmission, women of reproductive age have relatively low levels of acquired immunity and all pregnant women are susceptible.
 
4. women's access to natural resources and the United Nations Millennium Development Goals, (2003)
  Sunday, May 09, 2004  
  Women’s survival, and that of their households and communities, depends on access to and control of natural resources—land, water, forests and plants. Every day women and
girls walk long distances to bring water and fuel to their families. Women perform the
majority of the world’s agricultural work, producing food for their families, as well as other goods that are sold in national and international markets
 
5. women's access to natural resources and the United Nations Millennium Development Goals, (2003)
  Sunday, May 09, 2004  
  Women’s survival, and that of their households and communities, depends on access to and control of natural resources—land, water, forests and plants. Every day women and
girls walk long distances to bring water and fuel to their families. Women perform the
majority of the world’s agricultural work, producing food for their families, as well as other goods that are sold in national and international markets
 

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