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Botswana: National Gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

This assessment analyses the agricultural and rural sector of Botswana from a gender perspective at the macro (policy), meso (institutional) and micro (community and household) levels in order to identify gender inequalities in access to critical productive resources, assets, services and opportunities. In particular, it identifies the needs and constraints of both women and men in selected areas of FAO competence, and provides recommendations and guidance for promoting gender sensitivity in future programming and projects. 70 pp.

 

The Gambia: National Gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

This assessment analyses the agricultural and rural sector of The Gambia from a gender perspective at the macro (policy), meso (institutional) and micro (community and household) levels, in order to identify gender inequalities in access to critical productive resources, assets, services and opportunities. The assessment identifies the needs and constraints of both women and men in selected Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) areas of competence as well as priorities and gaps. It provides recommendations and guidance to promote gender sensitivity of future programming and projects. 102 pp.

 

Ghana: National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

This profile of the agricultural and rural sectors in Ghana analyses gender-related disparities in access to: credit and financial services; technologies and innovations; extension and information services; ownership and control of land and farm enterprises; the effect of climate change on farming activities; and social protection to strengthen the resilience of food systems. Data, information and policy recommendations contained in this profile will be used to improve policy, programming and action plans in the sector. 80 pp.

 

Ethiopia: National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

This assessment analyses the agricultural and rural sectors with the aim to explore the situation of rural women compared to men, and to understand the extent to which rural women are able to realize their rights and potential in those areas where the FAO is mandated to assist the country. 88 pp.

 

 

Liberia: National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

This assessment analyses the agricultural and rural sector of Liberia from a gender perspective at the macro (policy), meso (institutional) and micro (community and household) levels to identify gender inequalities in access to critical productive resources, assets, services and opportunities. In particular, it identifies the needs and constraints of both women and men in selected areas of FAO competence, and provides recommendations and guidance for promoting gender-responsive and inclusive policy and programme design, financing, implementation and monitoring. 75 pp.

 

Nigeria: National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

This assessment analyses the agricultural and rural sector from a gender perspective. It identifies the gender inequalities, the needs, challenges, gaps and achievements of rural women. It provides recommendations and guidance to promote gender responsive formulation, financing, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of programmes and projects. 96 pp.

 

 

Sierra Leone: National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

This assessment analyses the gender dimensions and inequalities that exist in agriculture, food and nutrition security, natural resources management and rural development; including in access to and control over productive resources, services and markets. It provides policy recommendations and guidance for promoting gender-responsive and inclusive policy and programme design, financing, implementation and monitoring. 92 pp.

 

Uganda: National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

This assessment analyses the agricultural and rural sector of Uganda from a gender perspective at the macro (policy), meso (institutional) and micro (community and household) levels in order to identify gender inequalities in access to critical productive resources, assets, services and opportunities. In particular, it identifies the needs and constraints of both women and men in selected areas of FAO competence, and provides recommendations and guidance for promoting gender sensitivity in programming and projects. 84 pp.

 

Zambia: National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

This gender profile of Zambia analyses the gender gaps, good practices and way forward in empowering women in agriculture, value chains and food and nutrition security. It provides a baseline for monitoring the implementation of the SDGs, Malabo Declaration and National Agricultural Investment Plans. It will inform advocacy, research, and capacity development activities undertaken by policy-makers, research and academic institutions and CSOs from a gender perspective. 72 pp.

 

Zimbabwe: National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

This assessment analyses the agricultural and rural sector of Zimbabwe from a gender perspective at the macro (policy), meso (institutional) and micro (community and household) levels in order to identify gender inequalities in access to critical productive resources, assets, services and opportunities. In particular, it identifies the needs and constraints of both women and men in selected areas of FAO competence, and provides recommendations and guidance for promoting gender sensitivity in programming and projects. 60 pp.

Asia and the Pacific

Lao People’s Democratic Republic: Country gender assessment of agriculture and the rural sector

According to this report, women’s involvement in agriculture is undervalued and women have limited access to information. It calls for the creation of women’s farmer groups to exchange skills and information, as well as technical training for women. 88 pp.

 

 

Nepal: Country gender assessment of agriculture and the rural sector in Nepal

This assessment examines the existing gender relations and inequalities in various agricultural subsectors, their causes, and their impacts on the social and economic development of agriculture and the rural economy. It provides an analysis of crucial policies, strategies, plans and programmes. It also highlights key elements for the promotion of gender equality in agriculture and rural development, and for strengthening rural women’s social and economic empowerment. 80 pp.

 

The Philippines: Country gender assessment of agriculture and the rural sector

This assessment identifies gender inequalities in access to critical productive resources, assets, services and opportunities in the Republic of the Philippines. In particular, it identifies priorities and gaps in selected areas of FAO mandate. At the same time, it highlights opportunities for promoting gender equality in agriculture and rural development as well as strengthening rural women’s social and economic empowerment. 72 pp.

 

 

Europe and Central Asia

Albania: Gender, agriculture and rural development (Country Gender Assessment Series)

In aiming for better informed, targeted and gender sensitive actions in agriculture and rural development for Albania, this Gender Assessment points out some of the major gender inequalities that need to be considered by policy makers and project managers according to available data, and identifies further research needs. 48 pp.

 

Armenia: Gender, agriculture and rural development (Country Gender Assessment Series)

The Country Gender Assessment for Armenia aims to enable better informed, targeted and gender sensitive actions in agriculture and rural development. It discusses some of the major gender inequalities that need to be considered by policy makers and project managers according to available data, and identifies further research needs. 56 pp.

 

Georgia: Gender, agriculture and rural development (Country Gender Assessment Series)

The report argues that the gender gap in the county still persists, mostly in rural areas, where the role of women is hardly recognized, and calls for inclusive rural development strategies to challenge structural social barriers that limit women's economic empowerment. 84 pp.

 

 

Kyrgyz Republic: National gender profile of agricultural and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

In aiming for better informed, targeted and gender sensitive actions in agriculture and rural development for the Kyrgyz Republic, this National Gender Profile points out some of the major gender inequalities that need to be considered by policy makers and project managers according to available data, and identifies further research needs. 65 pp.

 

Tajikistan: National gender profile of agricultural and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

In aiming for better informed, targeted and gender sensitive actions in agriculture and rural development for Tajikistan, this National Gender Profile points out some of the major gender inequalities that need to be considered by policy makers and project managers according to available data, and identifies further research needs. 56 pp.

 

Turkey: National gender profile of agricultural and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)

This National Gender Profile was prepared under the “Strengthening national capacities for production and analysis of sex-disaggregated data through the implementation of the FAO Gender and Agriculture Framework (GASF)” project. The overall objectives of the project were to assist beneficiary countries in developing gender-sensitive and sex-disaggregated datasets on the agricultural and rural sector, to assess the current status of the rural population – both women and men – and to ensure informed and evidence-based policy development. 72 pp.