Until the 2008 crisis hit, furniture carving and sanding were ideal jobs for housewives and house-bound mothers in Jepara. With...

Until the 2008 crisis hit, furniture carving and sanding were ideal jobs for housewives and house-bound mothers in Jepara. With...

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Until the 2008 crisis hit, furniture carving and sanding were ideal jobs for housewives and house-bound mothers in Jepara. With this work, they could take care of household chores and make money on the side.

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Furniture, Women, Art, People, Nature Conservation, Forest Products, Wood Products, Incentives, Indonesia, Community Forestry, Socioeconomics, Stakeholders, Household Income, Income, Employment Opportunities, Economic Development, Natural Resources, Crafts, Sanding, Livelihoods, Jepara, Value Added, Small Businesses, Central Java, Horizontal, Demand, Livelihood, Human, Human Being, Human Beings, Humans, Person, Kabupaten Jepara, Jawa Tengah, ID.

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