Gender
(FAO, 2020)

This document summarizes the online discussion “Mainstreaming gender for sustainable soil management”, held on the FAO Global Forum on Food Security and Nutrition (FSN Forum) from 23 September to 25 October 2019. Participants shared their views on the relation between SSM and gender equality, and discussed the distinct roles women, men, boys and girls play in it. They also identified some of the main gender-based constraints that hinder the uptake of SSM and contribute to soil degradation, and shared ideas on approaches that could help overcome such barriers. 7 pp.

(FAO, 2020)

This country gender assessment of the agricultural and rural sectors of Vanuatu examines how gender issues interact with social, economic and environmental development. It will inform the country- and regional-level work of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and help the Pacific Community (SPC) to more accurately target technical support for rural development to the Government of Vanuatu. It also outlines recommendations for gender mainstreaming in the agricultural and rural sectors in Vanuatu. 65 pp.

(FAO, 2019)

This book highlights some of the progress made in communities across Africa, showcasing real-life examples of the ways we can work together to achieve Zero Hunger. Stories from Africa provides visual and oral testimony from the very people most affected. You will discover what works and why in the struggle to ensure adequate and healthy food. And you will see that when provided with the tools they need, people, particularly rural women and youth, can be powerful drivers of change. 96pp.

(FAO, 2019)

This country gender assessment provide in-depth insights into the gender dimensions of agriculture and rural development (ARD) in Tonga. Based on the research findings, the Assessment also aims to provide guidance to the Government of Tonga and its development partners, notably the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the Pacific Community (SPC), through the identification of priority areas that need to be strengthened. 64 pp.

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