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Inter-American Development Bank. 2013. Gender and wind. IADB, Washington, DC.

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Jain, A. 2011. “Gender and transport, Making rural road improvements in Cambodia;More gender-inclusive”. Presented at Africa Regional Workshop on Mainstreaming Gender Equality in Infrastructure Policies and Projects, 22-24 March 2011, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.


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Jones, R. 2013. Changes afoot to ensure gender aware climate policies. July 22, 2013 Interview by the Association for Women in Development.


Kahn Ribeiro, S., S. Kobayashi, M. Beuthe, J. Gasca, D. Greene, D.S. Lee, Y. Muromachi, P.J. Newton, S. Plotkin, D. Sperling, R. Wit, and P.J. Zhou. 2007. Transport and its infrastructure.
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