This paper evaluates the effect of conflict on gender roles in agricultural production in post conflict period 2006-2013, in Greater Gulu, Uganda. In recent years governments in many parts of the world have been attaching importance to gender issues. The Agricultural sector has been confirmed by numerous studies to be the backbone of almost all the economies in the sub-Saharan region. The study utilized the Longitudinal Survey Research Design; the target population is former Internally Displaced Persons. SPSS program was used to analyze data using percentages and presented in tables and statistical diagrams. The research findings indicated that the impact of conflict, low levels in gender participation, and lack of knowledge in sustainable agricultural production.
Prof. Dr. Bilal BİLGİN