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Over the years, many policies have had a discriminatory impact on women, often unintended since gender equity/equality was not considered in the society. This was mostly due to certain constraints and barriers that women face in our society. This is as a result of social, cultural and legal norms.

Some of the cultural beliefs were that it’s not sensible for a lady to own land, since women were considered as strangers. In other words, as someone’s property; and, it will be foolish for property to own property.

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Wanting to hear more

It would be great if you could post what you had to say here so that we can grow and comment on it. Otherwise it is too much to go through the links. If you would be so kind as to even put an excerpt here, you will get more comments.

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