Money and Values in Urban Settlement Households in Port Moresby Part 1: Money is Important, So Are Children, Water and Firewood
This In Brief presents some preliminary findings of my doctoral research examining the politicaleconomy context of livelihoods in urban informal settlements in Papua New Guinea (PNG). It highlights the gendered dimensions of economic engagement, household livelihood choices, and the importance of situating these issues within economic processes occurring in the urban context.
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