Gender

Resources ::: Publications

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.

Expert consultation on distance learning resources for rural women

(FAO, 2001)

This report examines how distance learning resources can be used to correct gender imbalances in rural development. The publication includes case studies on the subject from Bangladesh, China, Maldives, Nepal, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Viet Nam. 42 pp.

SEAGA Field Level Handbook

(FAO, 2001)

This Handbook is designed to support participatory development planning at the community level and is written for development agents who work directly with local communities in developing countries. It is based on actual experiences in agriculture, forestry and fisheries, but can be used by those working in all sectors of rural development. 140 pp.

Dimitra Newsletter 5

(FAO Dimitra, 2000)

In the present issue, a large proportion of the columns are devoted to the Reflection and Self-Evaluation Workshop held in Brussels from 16-18 October 2000. The workshop aimed to review the effects of the Dimitra Project and make recommendations for the future. 12 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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