Gender in Agriculture Partnership

Transforming agriculture to empower women and deliver food, nutrition and income security

Publications

Gender Inequalities in Rural Employment in Tanzania Mainland [Document]

This country profile, prepared by the Social Protection Division (ESP) of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), aims to contribute to a better understanding of the types and the degree of existing employment-related gender inequalities in rural settings of Tanzania Mainland and highlight key areas of attention for policy makers conducive to poverty reduction and...

Posted by Erna Klupacs
2/10/2014
Mainstreaming Gender in Fisheries and Aquaculture [Document]

International organizations have spearheaded initiatives to increase the focus on gender issues. FAO's The State of World Fisheries and Aquaculture 2012 highlighted gender mainstreaming as a key issue facing the sector. These developments led the FAO Fisheries and Aquaculture Department to decide to review its progress in advancing gender equality in fisheries and aquaculture development and...

Posted by Erna Klupacs
22/9/2014
Training guide - Gender and Climate Change Research in Agriculture and Food Security for Rural Development [Document]

The guide is an important resource for development professionals and researchers working with households and communities. The objective of the gender and climate training guide is to address the lack of information on how men and women adapt to, and mitigate climate change.

The Participatory Action Research methods and activities of the guide help ensure that gender is reflected in...

Posted by Erna Klupacs
19/9/2014
Measuring Progress Toward Empowerment - Women's Empowerment in Agriculture Index: Baseline Report [Document]

This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (WEAI) baseline survey results, summarizing both findings from the WEAI survey and the relationships between the WEAI and various outcomes of interest to the US Government’s Feed the Future...

Posted by Chiara Kovarik
5/9/2014
A review of Ethiopia small ruminant value chains from a gender perspective [Document]

Sheep and goats are generally considered a key asset for rural livelihoods with advantages over other large livestock. They also play significant economic and cultural roles. In the Ethiopian highlands mixed crop-livestock and lowland pastoral system, goats have a very important role contributing to food security as well as mitigating environmental risks due to their unique adaptation to arid...

Posted by Erna Klupacs
28/8/2014
Funding Female Farmers for a Less Hungry World [Media]

The video calls upon eaters, business leaders, policymakers, funders, and donors to invest more in women for greater nutritional diversity, healthier children, children who do better in school, a stronger economy, and a less hungry world.

Posted by Erna Klupacs
25/8/2014
P4P’s Women’s Empowerment Pathways: Roadblocks and Successes [Document]

This report discusses how WFP has approached gender mainstreaming in its Purchase for Progress (P4P) initiative, and examines how P4P contributed to empowering smallholder women farmers over a five-year pilot period. It documents how WFP went beyond adopting symbolic gender considerations to embrace a transformative agenda in the drive for women’s economic empowerment. The analysis centres on...

Posted by Erna Klupacs
14/7/2014
Sustainable fisheries and aquaculture for food security and nutrition [Document]

This report addresses a frequently overlooked but extremely important part of world food and nutrition security: the role and importance of fish in seeking food and nutrition security for all. Fisheries and aquaculture have often been arbitrarily separated from other parts of the food and agricultural systems in food security studies, debates and policy-making. I applaud the...

Posted by Erna Klupacs
10/7/2014
Conservation of Agro-Biodiversity in Timor-Leste – A gender based approach [Document]

In Timor-Leste, one of the newest countries in the world (independence from Indonesia in 2002), food security is a prevalent problem, especially in rural areas. 79% of the Timorese population suffer at least 2 months a year from food shortages. Half of the children under 5 years are undernourished. At the same time, the country has to offer an extraordinary abundance of agro-biodiversity (ABD...

Posted by Erna Klupacs
23/6/2014
Gender Research in Natural Resource Management - Building Capacities in the Middle East and North Africa [Document]

The aim of this book is to highlight the role that gender research can play in understanding natural resource management and rural development issues in the Middle East and North Africa region and how hands-on training and mentoring can be used as a...

Posted by Erna Klupacs
29/5/2014

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