Gender

Resources ::: Videos

Stepping Stones in Senegal: Towards Climate Change Resilient Communities

2017

Through a combination of successful FAO approaches, in particular Dimitra Clubs and Farmer Field Schools, the men and women of agro-pastoral communities in central Senegal are working together to tackle climate change challenges.

   

Nepal: Coping with Climate Change, Addressing Migration

2017

More than 50 percent of households in the Arghakhanchi district of western Nepal have a family member that has migrated for work. The majority of those who migrate are men, while women remain on the front line of climate change.

   

Changing Climate, Changing Life: a story of Laxmi Sunar

2017

This video tells the story of Laxmi, a woman farmer in rural Nepal, whose husband migrated abroad four years ago in search of work. Since then, Laxmi has been responsible for their farm, livestock and young daughter.

   

Mehaou – A Nigerien Grandmother, Farmer and Leader

2017

This video tells the story of Mehaou, an inspiring Nigerien farmer and grandmother who has overcome many challenges to provide for her family - including rearing, breeding and selling goats.

   

FAO-Dimitra Clubs: Stepping stones for action in rural areas

2017

This video is part of a series exploring the impact of FAO-Dimitra Clubs, a successful gender-transformative approach developed by the FAO. It highlights the Clubs’ approach, implementation, functioning modalities and key features.

   
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