Gender

Publications

17/12/2020

Gender equality is essential to achieve FAO’s mandate of a world free from hunger, malnutrition, and poverty. The revised Policy, which will be implemented over the next ten years, is a solid instrument to drive FAO’s efforts towards addressing the inequalities that are still pervasive in agriculture and food systems and to unleash the ambitions and potential of rural women and girls. 28 pp.

10/12/2020

This flyer to the publication Gender transformative approaches for food security, improved nutrition and sustainable agriculture - A compendium of fifteen good practices provides a background to the Compendium and briefly summarizies the fifteen good practices. Gender transformative approaches (GTAs) are essential to the achievement of food security, improved nutrition and sustainable agricultural development. 4 pp.

10/12/2020

The Compendium is a product of the Joint Programme on Gender Transformative Approaches for Food Security and Nutrition implemented by FAO, IFAD and WFP and funded by the European Union. The compendium includes the individual templates of the 15 good practices, provides a synthesis of the main features of the 15 GTAs presenting the core characteristics of 15 GTAs 166 pp.

09/12/2020

This publication outlines the key entry points for applying the methodology: agribusinesses that are currently working with small-scale farmers as outgrowers or planning to work with them. Although gender issues are not the primary focus of its investments, AgDevCo believes that gender equality and women’s empowerment are significant factors in the success of its investments.9 pp.

09/12/2020

Toolbox for Gender Mainstreaming in Member-based Organizations is the name of the methodology used to work toward individual empowerment of women and men, in parallel with an intentional change process of organizational structures towards gender equality. This paper outlines the different levels the methodology worked: the individual, enterprises/value chains and organizations while the household-level application is still under development. 10 pp.

09/12/2020

The Farmers’ Field and Business Schools (FFBS) integrated gender transformative capacity building model for food and nutrition security involves building agency, transforming structures and changing relations in accordance with CARE’s Gender Equality and Women’s Voice Framework. This brochure presents the FFBS model as the foundation of CARE’s new programmatic framework for food and nutrition security, ‘She Feeds the World’ 10 pp.

09/12/2020

Projects supported by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) identify individual household mentoring as a project activity and provide funding to the Ministry of Local Government for implementation. They build on experiences on household mentoring gained in an earlier IFAD-supported District Livelihoods Support Programme. This document examines the purpose of the methodology and the domains of gender inequality that are addressed. 11 pp.

09/12/2020

The implementation of the methodology was developed by FAO Uganda under the programme Consolidating Gains in the Multi-sectoral Prevention and Response to Gender-based Violence (GBV) in North and North Eastern Uganda. The methodology has also been adapted to meet the specific needs of young people in JFFLS. This publication outlines the purpose of the methodology and the domains of gender inequality that are addressed including the reduction of GBV with specific the focus on women and 9 pp.