This brief showcases promising research and innovation, particularly from countries engaged through FAO's Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM) 149 project. India and Botswana are highlighted as examples to inform policymakers and guide gender-responsive, climate-smart investments and policies in countries’ livestock sectors. 7 pp.
This brief showcases promising research and innovation, particularly from countries engaged through the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) Flexible Multi-Partner Mechanism (FMM) 149 project. Senegal, Samoa and Zambia are highlighted as examples to inform policymakers, guide gender-responsive investments, policies, and strategies in countries’ work in response to climate change. 7 pp.
Joint Programme on Accelerating Progress Towards the Economic Empowerment of Rural Women. Final report phase I Summary version
This report showcases the achievements and lessons learned from phase I of the Joint Programme on Accelerating Progress Towards the Economic Empowerment of Rural Women (JP RWEE). Read more about how the programme delivered on its objectives and untapped the potential of rural women farmers and entrepreneurs. 8 pp.
JP RWEE Good Practices, Phase 1 - Joint Programme: Accelerating Progress towards Rural Women’s Economic Empowerment
This booklet shares selected good practices from each of the phase one countries on a number of thematic areas of intervention, including climate smart agriculture, nutrition, women’s entrepreneurship, gender transformative approaches and gender responsive policy. 22 pp.
The strategy and action plan includes the two-year action plan for the region and the action and outreach plan which shows how FAO intends to reach out to different stakeholders and partners through various activities. 48 pp.
This is the policy brief of a paper that investigates whether an increase in exogenous income through the Child Grants model of the Social Cash Transfer programme in Zambia fosters economic inclusion among rural women. 4 pp.
This policy brief is based on the paper on sustaining school enrolment when rains fail, a gender disaggregated analysis of the impacts of school feeding programmes on school enrolment in the context of dry shocks in Malawi. 4 pp.
This document aims to highlight the Women in Development (WID) approach used by FAO in this project and thus highlight its best practices and lessons learned, as well as the benefits that women in particular and rural communities in general have been able to draw from it. 15 pp.