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Le Genre comme soutien des activités génératrices de revenus des femmes de l'alimentation de rue à Ouagadougou : étude de cas du projet AGLAE

Abstract : This dissertation presents an analysis of the AGLAE project, in which I was involved as an intern in Ouagadougou, at the headquarters of one of ASTER-International partners : the NGO ASMADE, from March to July 2011. The AGLAE project supports men and women working as street food providers in the capital of Burkina Faso, Ouagadougou, using the gender approach as an essential tool. This dissertation aims at demonstrating the effectiveness of the gender approach as a support for women's self-employment and empowerment. Our research explains the origins and the reasons why the gender approach theory and field work are efficient, the interest of the partnership organizing the AGLAE project implementation, as well as the field work approaches and the effects that can be observed for the beneficiaries of the project in their daily lives. We show how the project facilitates and enables progressive change in the mentalities and behaviors of men and women supported by the project, and their daily lives conditions in a sustainable way.
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Marlène Menoux. Le Genre comme soutien des activités génératrices de revenus des femmes de l'alimentation de rue à Ouagadougou : étude de cas du projet AGLAE. Science politique. 2011. ⟨dumas-00808227⟩

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