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Rice–rice and rice–shrimp production: A gender perspective on labour, time use and access to technologies and services in southern Viet Nam

(FAO, 2017)

This study focuses on smallholder farms in Soc Trang, southern Viet Nam, and aims to highlight and compare women and men’s contributions to two integrated, rice-based farming systems and explore how gender norms affect labour and access to productive inputs, technologies and services. 65 pp.

Gender, rural livelihoods and forestry: Assessment of gender issues in Kosovo's forestry

(FAO, 2017)

The main purposes of this research are to identify and analyse the role of women and men in the forestry sector in Kosovo, and women’s and men’s ownership and use of forests. The report also aims to analyse the gender issues within the institutional policy and legal framework that governs forest management, in order to provide recommendations on how to mainstream gender in forest policies in Kosovo more effectively. 80 pp.

Towards gender-equitable small-scale fisheries governance and development - A handbook

(FAO, 2017)

This manual aims at providing practical guidance on how to achieve gender-equitable small-scale fisheries in the context of the implementation of the Voluntary Guidelines for Securing Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries in the Context of Food Security and Poverty Eradication. 174 pp.

Child labour in agriculture in protracted crises, fragile and humanitarian contexts

(FAO, 2017)

This note provides technical and operational guidance to stakeholders of the agriculture, food security and nutrition sector intervening in protracted crises, fragile and humanitarian contexts, to ensure children are not engaged in activities that could negatively affect their health, development or education, and are not employed in hazardous working conditions. 34 pp.




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