IB2015/58 Women as Poverty Managers: New Insights into 'Feminisation' of Family Responsibility in Fiji

Priya Chattier

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    Abstract

    Women as Poverty Managers: New Insights into ‘Feminisation’ of Family Responsibility in Fiji PRIYA CHATTIER State, Society & Governance in Melanesia ssgm.bellschool.anu.edu.au In August 2015, a UNICEF Pacific study titled Child Sensitive Social Protection in Fiji: Assessment of the Care and Protection (C&P) Allowance was launched by the Fiji Minister of Women, Children and Pover-ty Alleviation. The report highlights that recipients of the C&P Allowance are among the most deprived children with a child poverty rate for ages 0–17 years at 35.3%.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 2015

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