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Feminist Review

, Volume 69, Issue 1, pp 73–89 | Cite as

Women and Poverty in Morocco: The Many Faces of Social Exclusion

  • Loubna H Skalli
Original Article

Abstract

This article focuses on the gender dimension of poverty in Morocco. It questions the inadequate parameters relied on in the existing studies on the subject and underlines their blindness to the complex causes and effects of poverty among the female population in the country. The article then approaches female poverty from its multidimensional perspective in order to underline the social, cultural, legal as well as economic aspects and implications of poverty. The final section of the article gives a critical reading of some of the strategies currently adopted to reduce the incidence of poverty in Morocco.

Keywords

exclusion (social) feminization of poverty household (female-headed) morocco/women 

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© Feminist Review 2001

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  • Loubna H Skalli

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