New PDF release: A White Heron and Other Stories

By Sarah Orne Jewett

ISBN-10: 0486158594

ISBN-13: 9780486158594

A party of the earlier in tales facing woman friendships and stories that painting the resilience with which her woman characters reply to poverty. contains "The city Poor," "Miss Peck's Promotion," "The Passing of Sister Barsett," "The Denham Ladies," "Miss Tempy's Watchers," and five extra.

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Discussions with beneficiaries found this criterion for success to be a key indicator that would allow rapid appraisal of several objectives of the project: if the kundou was available to children, it would then indicate that there had been enough to satisfy the needs of animals. ACORD further learned that differences in criteria not only revealed different priorities between men and women, but also between women who owned livestock and those who did not, between female-headed and male-headed households, and between pastoral groups, depending on their levels of sendentarisation and social origins of the household.

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This was true for many individuals, especially men whose criteria for success would be their ability to offer ACORD staff a calabash of milk. However, discussion with women revealed that they would judge success by asking the children if they had drunk more kundou – a sweet drink also made from this grass. Discussions with beneficiaries found this criterion for success to be a key indicator that would allow rapid appraisal of several objectives of the project: if the kundou was available to children, it would then indicate that there had been enough to satisfy the needs of animals.

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