Gender

Resources ::: Publications

Gender, networks and Mexico-US migration

B. Davis and P. Winters (FAO, 2002)

This paper examines whether the causes and patterns of Mexican rural female migration differ significantly from rural male migration. 42 pp.

Study in support of transfer, adoption and dissemination of labour saving technologies in Masaka and Wakiso districts of Uganda

(FAO, 2002)

Agricultural production in Uganda is dominated by women using rudimentary tools and often traditional methods. it is therefore vital that strong gender considerations be given to the promotion of labour saving technologies to reduce their workload. 50 pp.

Water and people: Whose right is it?

(FAO, 2002)

As part of its contribution to meeting the first MDG, which aims to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger by 2015, FAO is placing increased emphasis on the provision of water for food security. This fact sheet provides valuable information and insights into the water sector. 4 pp.

Gender and access to land

(FAO, 2002)

This guide on gender and access to land aims to support land administrators in governments and their counterparts in civil society. It shows where and how gender issues can be integrated to improve land tenure programmes and land administration arrangements. 50 pp.

 

 


FAO policy on gender equality

 

E-learning Course

 

Gender and Land Rights Database

 


UN system-wide news
on gender equality

 

Contact

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

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