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Globefish Research Programme, Vol. 119: Executive Summary

(FAO, 2015)

Women participate in all segments of the seafood industry, including fishing, farming, trading and selling, monitoring and administration. But the widespread lack of consideration for their role and work in the seafood industry is, in many respects, disadvantageous to them and ultimately bars them from participating fully and equitably in the industry.

The primary aim of this report is to increase awareness of business leaders and policy makers, to expand their knowledge and sensitization about the value women bring to the seafood industry, and to encourage them to consider each time they develop a new project or a policy: “Have we not overlooked women?

Maximizing Women’s Participation in a Fisheries Livelihoods Project: The Philippine experience

(FAO, 2015)

This case study describes the work of the Regional Fisheries Livelihood Programme (RFLP) in the Zamboanga del Norte province of the Philippines: the gender mainstreaming efforts and interventions, the results and gender impact of such interventions, success stories, lessons learned and recommendations for programme improvement and sustainability. 20 pp.

Dimitra Newsletter 26

(FAO, 2015)

The Dimitra newsletter outlines the Dimitra project’s most recent activities and achievements, especially the development and growing impact of the listeners’ clubs. This edition discusses how Dimitra clubs in Senegal are helping contain the threat of Ebola, how 240 new clubs in Niger are in place as part of the struggle against climate change, and much more. 24 pp.

Women In Agriculture In Pakistan

(FAO, 2015)

This report highlights the fact that the agriculture sector is underperforming in Pakistan and one of the key reasons is that women do not have equal access to resources and opportunities they need. It confirms that we must promote gender equality and empower women in agriculture to reduce extreme poverty and gender discrimination. 156 pp.

Gender Equality in Food Security Governance and Agriculture

(FAO, 2014)

Women and youth lack the resources and opportunities they need to make the most of their time and labour. These inequalities generate high costs in terms of missed opportunities to raise agricultural productivity and income, increasing poverty and food insecurity. Clear synergies exist between gender equality and hunger-reduction goals. 2 pp.

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