Resources ::: Publications

Values and benefits of agrobiodiversity from a gender perspective

(FAO, 2004)

This fact sheet is part of the training manual Building on Gender, Agrobiodiversity and Local Knowledge. It focuses on the linkages between agrobiodiversity and gender, exploring the complexity of this relationship from a livelihoods perspective. 4 pp.

SEAGA Leaflet

(FAO, 2004)

An overview of the Socio-Economic and Gender Analysis (SEAGA) programme started in 1993. SEAGA is a people-centred programme that supports the formulation of projects, programmes and policies for development that is more sustainable, equitable and efficient.

At the hearth of the matter: Household resource management

(FAO, 2004)

An analysis of household resource management, which uses the household as an entry-point to identify how patterns of access, decision-making and power relations impact livelihoods and the overall well-being of household members. 4 pp.

Emergency and rehabilitation programmes: Does gender matter?

(FAO, 2004)

A fact sheet that raises awareness on the need to mainstream gender issues in emergency and rehabilitation programmes. Full community involvement, including women’s active participation, is key to effective relief, reconstruction and transformation efforts. 6 pp.


CFS Forum on Women's Empowerment in the Context of Food Security and Nutrition

25 September 2017


Participatory Information and Communication



Gender and Climate Change Programme



Gender and Land Rights Database




FAO Gender Programme
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations