Author(s)Tabe Egbe Orock, Rogers
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JournalDevelopment in Practice
Document typeJournal article
DescriptionThe political project of gender equality in Africa has gained momentum and made many achievements. However, these have been largely confined to the 'big' women working in the public and private bureaucratic contexts in which there is a greater commitment to gender equality. It is argued that in the context of Cameroon, until these 'bigger' women renew their commitment to their grassroots sisters, the experience of gender equality will remain largely unequal. Only strong links between white-collar workers and less privileged women will span this chasm.