Gender
(FAO, 2019)

This assessment analyzes the agricultural and rural sector of Papua New Guinea from a gender perspective at the macro (policy), meso (institutional) and micro (community and household) levels in order to identify gender-based gaps and inequalities in access to and control over critical productive resources, assets, services and opportunities. It also provides recommendations for future programming and projects for promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment are included, along with possible partners for gender-related activities in Papua New Guinea. This assessment will become a tool for FAO Papua New Guinea, the Government of Papua New Guinea and other development partners to mainstream gender into their future programmes and projects towards gender equality and the empowerment of rural women in Papua New Guinea. 66 pp.

(FAO, 2019)

This assessment analyzes the agricultural and rural sector of Indonesia 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. It identifies the needs and constraints of both women and men in selected FAO areas of competence, as well as identifying priorities and gaps. The assessment also provides recommendations and guidance to better integrate gender equality and rural women’s empowerment in the revision of existing and preparation of new policies, strategies, plans, programmes and projects. 67 pp.

(FAO, 2019)

This assessment provides evidence of gender inequalities in the agriculture and rural sectors of Maldives, highlighting rural women’s needs, challenges and priorities. It also analyses country-level achievements, and shortfalls in closing existing gaps towards the pursuit of gender equality. The report provides information to the Government of Maldives on the current situation and guidance to decision makers on how rural development and investment initiatives may affect gender roles and relations, positively and/or negatively. It also provides data on facilitating women’s empowerment and their access to resources and opportunities. 46 pp.

(FAO, 2019)

The publication discusses key gender inequalities relevant to the agricultural sector in Uzbekistan (e.g. discrimination and limited land ownership), and shares recommendations to address them, including by building institutional capacity to meet international commitments. 92 pp.

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