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Agricultural value chain interventions can improve women’s incomes, assets holdings, productivity and savings

Agricultural value chain interventions, such as market integration strategies, negotiating better prices and developing new and more profitable products are important mechanisms to increase farm incomes.While women play a critical role in agriculture, power dynamics and sociocultural norms often restrict their participation to parts of the agricultural value chain that...
2024 - CGIAR GENDER Impact Platform

Article de blog
Reinas Obreras: Mujeres apicultoras transforman su comunidad en Ecuador

La historia de las apicultoras en Ecuador demuestra que al brindar a las mujeres un acceso más equitativo a los recursos y mercados, mejorar sus habilidades y conocimientos técnicos, abordando las normas sociales profundamente arraigadas que perpetúan las desigualdades de género, la programación de género transformadora tiene el potencial de...
Ecuador
2024 - Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Alimentación y la Agricultura (FAO)

Fiche d'information
Brief Guide to Food Plants in the Magdalena Milpas Altas Region

Formed in 2007, Food Plant Solutions Rotary Action Group (FPS) creates science-based educational materials, which: identify highly nutritious local food plants, explain how to grow them in a sustainable, agroecological way, detail the nutritional value of the plants and describe why human bodies require those nutrients. The resources created by FPS allows people to better...
Guatemala
2024 - Food Plant Solutions

Manuel
Empowering rural women to engage in responsible agricultural investments (RAI) in Sierra Leone

FAO developed this manual, in collaboration with Solidaridad West Africa, to support trainers in preparing and delivering the training on empowering rural women to engage in responsible agricultural investments (RAI). The design of this training programme is based upon a specific methodology that meets the learning needs of rural women...
Sierra Leone
2024 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Article de blog
All-women cooperative transforming cocoa waste into energy in Ghana

In a groundbreaking move, as part of MoMo4C, Tropenbos Ghana has launched a Waste-to-Energy pilot project in the Sefwi Wiawso Juaboso Bia (SWJB) landscape with an all-women cocoa cooperative. By turning cocoa waste into a valuable resource, this model aims to create new avenues for income generation, livelihood diversification, and...
Ghana
2024 - Tropenbos International

Article du bulletin d’information
Bangladesh: A Perpetual Struggle

The shocks from climate change have reduced incomes and adversely affected the livelihoods of fisher communities in Bangladesh
Often called the Land of Rivers, Bangladesh boasts a remarkable riverine landscape that has nurtured a flourishing fisheries sector. With about 230 rivers crisscrossing it, the country is one of the world’s largest deltas along with the world’s largest flooded wetland. The fisheries industry is a vital pillarof the national...
Bangladesh
2024 - The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)

Étude de cas
A Qualitative Study Exploring Women’s Empowerment in Coffee Cooperatives in Chiapas, Mexico

This study presents findings from a qualitative research study conducted in Chiapas, Mexico that is one component of a larger activity funded by the Walmart Foundation and implemented by the International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI), titled Applying New Evidence for Women’s Empowerment (ANEW). ANEW seeks to generate evidence from...
Mexico
2024 - e International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Article du bulletin d’information
Vietnam: Adapt and Reap Rewards

By promoting gender equality in shrimp farming, some provinces of Vietnam’s Mekong Delta are finding innovations for adapting to climate change
Vietnam’s largest deltaic region, the Mekong Delta offers great potential for rice production and aquaculture. With an area of 747,000 hectares in 2022, it is the country’s largest shrimp-producing area. The shrimp-rice area covers nearly 190,000 hectares, accounting for 26.8 per cent of the total shrimp farming area in the...
Viet Nam
2024 - The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)

Article de blog
o improve Africa’s soil health and plant nutrition, empower women farmers

This blog post is part of a special series on the global and regional food security implications of high food and fertilizer prices originally stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic and now exacerbated by the Russia-Ukraine war. 
2024 - International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)

Document de travail
Investment and Cultivation Strategies for Women and Youth Inclusion: Cases from On-farm, Off-farm and Non-farm Activities in Ethiopia and Mali

This study explores how livelihood assets, strategies for accessing the assets, and enabling and discouraging factors in the value chain shapes the inclusion of women and youth in on-farm, off-farm and non-farm activities. It is based on the Safeguarding Sahelian Wetlands for Food Security (SaWeL) program that aims to make...
Ethiopia - Mali
2024 - International Water Management Institute

Conférence/Réunion
Fourth Global Conference of the World Banana Forum

The Secretariat of the World Banana Forum (WBF), a multi-stakeholder network coordinated by the Markets and Trade Division (EST) of FAO, is delighted to extend an invitation to Members to the Fourth Global Conference of the World Banana Forum, to be held at the FAO headquarters in Rome, Italy on Tuesday, 12...
2024 - FAO

Article de blog
Realizing gender equality: A greater challenge with climate change

SDG 5 calls for achieving gender equality and empowering all women and girls. Women spend far more time on unpaid and domestic work than men, on average an additional 2.4 hours a day. One in five girls get married before the age of 18. Climate change threatens to worsen these...
2024 - World Bank Group

Article du bulletin d’information
Europe/IYAFA: Future Reimagined

Participants from 16 European countries discussed the analytical framework for better governance of fisheries, employing imaginative tools for greater collaboration
The last of the series of IYAFA workshops was convened by the International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF) in collaboration with Low Impact Fishers of Europe (LIFE) and Mulleres Salgadas (MuS). The regional workshop for Europe was held on November 13-16, 2023, in Galicia, Spain. With its participatory and...
2024 - The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)

Article du bulletin d’information
Europe/IYAFA: Voice of a Brighter Future

A 15-year-old girl from an Irish island attended a workshop on small-scale fisheries for the first time. A first-person account of her excitement, of tough realities and hope
My name is Amelie Bonner. I am 15 years old. I love art, film, reading and music. I speak French, English and Irish. I am from Arranmore Island off the coast of Ireland. It is a beautiful island and is currently home to around 500 people. The community is small....
Ireland
2024 - The International Collective in Support of Fishworkers (ICSF)

Article de blog
Alvaro Lario: “Without family farming, we would not have eaten today”

An interview with the President of IFAD
During the interview, Alvaro Lario, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), shed light on the pressing challenges facing family farming, particularly in the context of climate change. Lario underscored the essential role of small-scale farmers in global food security, highlighting their contributions to feeding billions of people...
2024 - Fondo Internacional de Desarrollo Agrícola (FIDA)

Article de revue spécialisée
Transforming agroforestry through gender practice: challenges and opportunities

Around the world, the agricultural sector relies heavily on women, especially in developing countries, but women’s restricted access to essential resources, hinders their agricultural productivity, resulting in increased poverty. A promising solution to this is agroforestry, a climate-smart agricultural practice which increases land productivity, providing socioeconomic and ecological benefits. Women’s...
2024

Revue spécialisée
Transforming Water Security Through Women's Leadership:Effective adaptation and stewardship amidst climate change and conflict

Effective adaptation and stewardship amidst climate change and conflict
This issue brief explores the women-led interventions to transform water security, stewardship, and management underway around the world to better understand the link between water security and gender equality and identify fruitful pathways to achieving both goals. Our analysis demonstrates the costs associated with undervaluing women’s expertise in water management,...
2024 - FP Analytics

Apprentissage en ligne
Gender and inclusion in Forest Landscape Restoration

In this self-paced online course, you will learn the fundamentals of gender and social inclusion in forest landscapes restoration (FLR). The course focuses on gender inequalities, gender-differentiated impacts and opportunities to address inequalities for more equitable and sustainable FLR, to build the abilities and understanding of diverse stakeholders on the...
2024 - CGIAR Research program on Forest, Trees, and Agroforestry

Article de revue spécialisée
Climate action from a gender perspective: A systematic review of the impact of climate policies on inequality

In 1992 the United Nations committed to promoting a gender perspective in all environmental and development programs and to establishing mechanisms for assessing the impact of environmental policies on women. However, 30 years later most countries acknowledge that they have not integrated that perspective into policy assessments. This paper provides...
2024

Article de revue spécialisée
Empowering women in sustainable agriculture

The agricultural and rural development policy seeks to facilitate the transition towards environmentally sustainable and climate-neutral agricultural practices, with a focus on human capital, knowledge, and innovation. Gender equality can play a significant role in promoting environmentally sustainable practices in the agricultural sector, particularly through the adoption and implementation of...
Slovenia
2024
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