Gender
(FAO, 2020)

This report documents good practices and lessons learned from around the world with a specific focus on emergency and humanitarian situations. The information in this report can be used as good practices that can help increase resilience of livelihoods in a gender-equitable manner. They can also be used for advocacy, to engage policy makers and practitioners to promote gender equality, and women’s empowerment in resilience and humanitarian. 48 pp.

(FAO, 2020)

This handbook provides guidance and suggestions to farmer field school (FFS) facilitators, master trainers, project coordinators and rural advisors on running FFS and other agricultural training activities in times of COVID-19. It includes basic protective measures, important considerations, proposed FFS activities, links to the World Health Organization (WHO) resources and videos and more. It also contains guidelines that aims to guide practitioners in using FFS positively to disseminate basic protective measures and build effective responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. 83 pp.

(FAO, 2020)

In Bangladesh, the FAO Upazila to Community (U2C) initiative believes that by giving training on vaccination, biosecurity and surveillance to women, who are usually the custodians of livestock, it is possible to improve livestock health and ensure food security in their communities. This happened with Helena, a 35-year-old poultry farmer, wife and mother-of-three, who became a community vaccinator after taking the training delivered by an Upazila livestock officer. 2 pp.

(FAO, 2020)

This fact sheet describes the course that helps raise awareness about the importance of addressing gender equality in food and nutrition security and agricultural policy and programming. It also provides concrete skills and tools that can be used in real-life policy and programming situations. 2 pp.