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(FAO, 2018)

As part of FAO’s wider efforts to collect, analyse and disseminate promising practices on gender mainstreaming, this publication focuses on case studies from five member countries of the European Union (EU), illustrating how gender equality issues can be addressed in agriculture and rural development policies (including fisheries and aquaculture, forestry and livestock), as well as in programmes and practices. 112 pp.

(FAO, 2018)

The Country Gender Assessment (CGA) of Agriculture and the Rural Sector in the Philippines identifies gender inequalities in access to critical productive resources, assets, services and opportunities. In particular, the assessment 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.

(FAO, 2018)

Women play an important role in climate change adaptation and mitigation given their wide-ranging functions in the agricultural sector and in livestock, fisheries, energy, forestry, water and land management sectors. This brochure provides an overview of the gender-differentiated impacts of climate change, particularly in rural areas. It also points to opportunities for closing the gender gap in agriculture for climate resilience, and features examples of FAO’s gender-responsive programming in the context of climate change. 20 pp.

(FAO, 2018)

This gender-based analysis of Nigeria’s rural sector reveals gender disparities in access to critical agriculture and rural resources, knowledge, opportunities, services and markets. It explores the existing gender relations and gaps in the various sub sectors of agriculture, and their possible causes and impact on food and nutrition security, and makes policy recommendations to address them. 96 pp.

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