Gender
(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.

(FAO, 2019)
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.
(FAO, 2019)

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.

(FAO, 2019)

This brief introduces key steps, for policy makers and project implementation partners, to address the labour constraints of smallholders through the introduction of technologies that save labour and are women-friendly. The brief also identifies four factors of constraint in the environment that often hinder the uptake of technologies. It presents some FAO examples and illustrates strategies and actions that can be implemented to overcome them. 8 pp.