Gender

Resources ::: Publications

Reclaiming our lives: HIV and AIDS, women’s land and property rights, and livelihoods in southern and East Africa

K. Izumi (FAO/GCWA, 2006)

A collection of narratives from southern and East Africa that aim to raise awareness about the heavy impact of HIV and AIDS on women’s property rights and livelihoods in the region. It also looks at the steps being taken by many grassroots organisations in response to the crisis. 129 pp.

Linking livelihoods and gender analysis for achieving gender transformative change

C. Okali (FAO, 2006)

This paper is one of a series, which addresses livelihood issues in access to natural resources. It draws attention to the challenge of addressing gender issues within natural resource-based development programmes using a livelihoods perspective. 50 pp.

Mainstreaming HIV and AIDS into FAO programmes: Process, achievements, challenges

(FAO, 2006)

This report outlines how FAO has mainstreamed HIV/AIDS issues into its activities and what strategic role it plays in the fight against the epidemic. 22 pp.

Addressing HIV/AIDS through agriculture and natural resource sectors: A guide to extension workers

(FAO, 2006)

The agriculture and natural resource sectors present a unique opportunity to combat the HIV/AIDS epidemic in predominantly rural economies. The purpose of the guide is to enable extension workers to address the rural epidemic through agriculture and natural resource sector initiatives. 83 pp.

 

 

 

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Gender and Land Rights Database

 

 

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

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