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Social analysis for agriculture and rural investment projects: Manager's guide

(FAO, 2011)

FAO’s Investment Centre Division has developed three complementary guides in a series entitled ‘Social analysis for agriculture and rural investment projects.’ The Manager's guide is aimed to sensitizing managers to the role of social analysis in the context of agriculture and rural development, and to provide guidance on how to include social analysis in regular mission work. 62 pp.

Social analysis for agriculture and rural investment projects: Practitioner's guide

(FAO, 2011)

FAO’s Investment Centre Division has developed three complementary guides in a series entitled ‘Social analysis for agriculture and rural investment projects.’ The Practitioner’s Guide deals with the sustainable livelihoods framework for understanding the dynamics of rural poverty and livelihoods, social diversity and gender in the context of agriculture and rural development. 72 pp.

Social analysis for agriculture and rural investment projects: Field guide

(FAO, 2011)

FAO’s Investment Centre Division has developed three complementary guides in a series entitled ‘Social analysis for agriculture and rural investment projects.’ The Field Guide provides practical guidance on fieldwork aspects of social analysis. It considers data collection activities and checklists for work at national, regional and district levels, and in community-based discussions, focus group discussions and individual household interviews. 84 pp.

Notes on livestock, food security and gender equity

C. Okali (FAO, 2011)

This working paper explores the link between gender issues in livestock development and the achievement of food security. They are intended for livestock research and development professionals seeking to develop forwardlooking strategies for achieving both gender equity and food security. 40 pp.

Agricultural cooperatives: Paving the way for food security and rural development

(FAO/IFAD/WFP, 2011)

Cooperatives offer small agricultural producers opportunities to access markets, and provide them with a range of services such as better access to natural resources, information, communication, technologies, credit and training. 4 pp.

 

 


 

 

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