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Maternal & child care roles of women workers by Swarna Jayaweera

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Published by Centre for Women"s Research in Colombo .
Written in English



  • Sri Lanka.


  • Women -- Employment -- Sri Lanka.,
  • Child care -- Sri Lanka.,
  • Maternal and infant welfare -- Sri Lanka.,
  • Maternity leave -- Sri Lanka.

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About the Edition

With reference to Sri Lanka.

Edition Notes

Other titlesMaternal and child care roles of women workers
StatementSwarna Jayaweera, Thana Sanmugam.
SeriesStudy series ;, no. 10, Study series (CENWOR (Organization : Sri Lanka)) ;, no. 10.
ContributionsSanmugam, Thana., CENWOR (Organization : Sri Lanka), UNICEF.
LC ClassificationsHD6182.8 .J397 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination101 p. ;
Number of Pages101
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL325161M
ISBN 109559052454
LC Control Number97906069

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