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RICE PRODUCTION AND TRADE LIBERALISATION FROM A GENDER PERSPECTIVE
For Cambodia, rice is the most important crop contributing a third of a ll agricultural income while occupying 90% of its cultivated land. Over 85% of rural house holds in the country own some agricultural land and most of this land is under wet season rice cultivation. For these households, rice that they grow, borrow or purchase locally is t he mainstay of their livelihood. Rice cultivation and related agricultural activitie s provides employment to 75% of the rural population. Moreover, Cambodia ’ s growing urban population is also dependent on local rice production for its food supply.
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tags : Community-Based Organizing, Labour