Resources ::: Publications

From farmer to planner and back: Harvesting best practices

(FAO, 2001)

A series of country case studies and field projects that highlight efforts to incorporate gender and participatory issues into agricultural development planning. They illustrate how gender information can make its way from the field to national planners, increasing the effectiveness of development projects. 174 pp

SEAGA Intermediate Level Handbook

(FAO, 2001)

The purpose of the Intermediate Handbook is to support participatory development for those who play an intermediary role between government policy makers and individuals and households at the community level. 192 pp.

Agricultural censuses and gender perspectives: Concept and methodology

(FAO, 2001)

This paper is designed to help in the planning of training courses and workshops for statistics producers, and to meet the growing demand for gender-sensitive statistics.

Gender: Key to sustainability and food security

(FAO, 2001)

This document outlines FAO's Plan of Action for Women in Development 1996-2001. It presents a framework for ensuring that gender issues become an integral part of the Organization's work. 36 pp.

Passport to Mainstreaming a Gender Perspective in Emergency Programmes

(FAO/WFP, 2001)

These guidelines consist of key questions to be asked in an emergency situation for data collection, to help guide the design of interventions so they will be sensitive to gender differences. They are written for humanitarian workers who work directly with local communities in emergency situations. 36 pp.





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