Gender

Resources ::: Publications

Training guide: Gender and climate change research in agriculture and food security for rural development

(FAO / CGIAR, 2013)

This guide is targeted to agricultural development professionals who need better information on the ways in which men and women adapt to and mitigate climate change and how best to address their needs when supporting the development of climate-resilient rural communities. 150 pp.

Community-based forest enterprise development

(FAO, 2013)

This information sheet shows how FAO is strengthening the capacities of small and medium-sized enterprises to produce non-wood forest products (NWFPs) while managing the forest sustainably in Cameroon and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. In the project area, most of the people engaged in the collection, processing and trade of NWFPs are women from disadvantaged rural groups. 2 pp.

Participatory forestry

(FAO, 2013)

This information sheet provides an overview of an FAO project that aims to improve the lives of people in rural communities in Afghanistan, through the conservation and sustainable management of forests and other natural resources. It creates livelihood opportunities, including for women. When men and women work together to plan and manage the forest, the entire community thrives. 2 pp.

Watershed management

(FAO, 2013)

This information sheet covers FAO’s efforts to promote a community-based development approach, inclusive of women, to help restore the livelihoods of earthquake-affected men and women in Pakistan. Involving communities in watershed management is essential because communities are affected by what happens in a watershed, and their actions influence the downstream availability and quality of water. 2 pp.

 

 


SOFA 2010-11

 

New website 

 

Gender and Land Rights Database

 


Gender in Agriculture
E-platform

 


UN system-wide news
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Contact

FAO Gender Programme
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
email: gender@fao.org

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