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(FAO, 2019)

This paper gives an overview on the nature and extent of the digital divide, highlighting the issues that are of keen importance to rural women and men. It provides a few examples of FAO’s work in support to rural women and men and key international agreements that promote inclusive approaches to ICT4D. It also illustrates the actions that need to be taken to ensure that global development efforts are inclusive and sustainable. 76 pp.

(FAO, 2019)

In this report FAO, Royal Tropical Institute of the Netherlands (KIT) and TWIN present the gender inequalities in the cocoa and coffee sectors and the underlying causes. The report also shows how these inequalities can be addressed systematically and features case studies focusing on: women’s participation and leadership in producer organizations, women’s access to land, the household approach and innovations in extension services. 104 pp.

(FAO, 2019)

This newsletter gives an overview of the impact the Dimitra Clubs are having on rural communities. Featuring success stories and some results, this special edition focuses on food security and nutrition, gender and women’s leadership, community mobilization, social cohesion and peace, climate change adaptation, rural organizations, access to information and sharing of knowledge, and the voice of the youth. 68 pp.

(FAO, 2019)

This paper builds on efforts to guide practitioners and planners in the development and implementation of gender responsive climate-smart agricultural programming, using existing evidence and lessons learned from many development programmess carried out worldwide. It presents a set of agricultural practices implemented by small-scale food producers in developing countries. 112 pp.

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