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AbdelAal, Mahasin
June 2004
Ahfad Journal;Jun2004, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p65
Academic Journal
Presents abstracts of several studies conducted in Sudan. "The Environmental Effect of Shanty Dwellings in Sudan," by Batool Addella Salama, Hiba Ahmed Elmin and Hoyam AbdellaGadir Abu Giba; "Women Headed House Hold Working in the Informal Sector," by Julie Bahgat Kamal Bishara; "The Role of Sudanese Women in Peace Development," by Hanan Amin Elfadil Amu and Amelia Anselmo Anthony.


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