Tackling poverty and food insecurity requires research and policies that go beyond the agriculture sector and consider the entire agrifood system. Women play important roles in agrifood systems, but their work in the different segments of agrifood systems is poorly captured. 33 pp.
The Country gender spotlight Lebanon, is part of a series that puts a spotlight on countries, showcasing examples of initiatives that have improved the lives of rural people and empowered rural women. It highlights some of the good practices the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has carried out with the Government of Lebanon and other partners, to promote gender equality and build the resilience and economic empowerment of rural women.
Cambodia: National gender profile of agriculture and rural livelihoods (Country Gender Assessment Series)
The National Gender Profile of Agriculture and Rural Livelihoods Cambodia provides findings of an assessment of men’s and women’s roles, gender division of labour and gender gaps, including women’s needs and constraints in the agriculture and rural development sectors in Cambodia. It also presents findings from the assessment of policies and frameworks pertaining to gender equality in agricultural and rural development. 60 pp.
This assessment is the result of a collaboration between the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and CARE commissioned with the intent of exploring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on gender equality and food security in Yemen using CARE's Rapid Gender Analysis (RGA) Toolkit.
During this webinar, organized by the SFS-MED Platform and held on 5 June 2023, stakeholders from across the Mediterranean shared knowledge and concrete experiences about the role that multiple stakeholders can play in promoting the effective participation of women to greener, more sustainable and more resilient agrifood systems in the Mediterranean.
A paper on gender transformative social protection concepts, evidence and practice in the context of food security and nutrition
This paper aims to orient the future policy, research and programmatic work of national governments, practitioners and development partners on the adoption of a gender transformative approach (GTA) to social protection to improve results on rural poverty reduction, food security and nutrition.
Eliminating gender-based violence and protecting rural communities through food security and agricultural interventions
This brief is associated with the "Practical guide on how to eliminate GBV and protect rural communities through food security and agriculture interventions". Its primary objective is to provide a concise overview of the essential measures and suggestions for mitigating and responding to gender-based violence within the operational areas of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).
To identify and monitor the differential effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on women and men in rural households, IFPRI conducted phone surveys in selected regions of the four focal countries, with financial and technical support from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO).