Integrating gender considerations into FAO forestry projects
by Mary Rojas
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I Why integrate gender considerations into forestry projects?
II General tips and guidelines
III Integrating gender considerations into the project cycle
IV Choosing consultants and project staff
ANNEX 1: Questions to answer when investigating gender issues