Gender
(FAO, 2022)

Each issue of FAO Europe and Central Asia Gender Newsletter explores and discusses women’s and men’s experiences in agriculture and food security in the region familiarizes the reader with relevant FAO activities and initiatives. In each quarterly issue, the reader meets our real heroes and reads their stories: how communities, especially women from remote villages, strive to achieve a better life and how FAO together with various partners and governments stand hand-in-hand with them to achieve effective results. 6 pp.

(FAO, 2022)

This document provides guidance on integrating gender concerns into food loss interventions within the fish value chains. It describes the different steps to understand the key components of a gender-sensitive food loss value chain analysis. In particular, it recommends highlighting the dynamics and factors that influence women’s and men’s natural social disposition and participation in fisheries activities according to dominant assigned gender roles. 52 pp.

(FAO, 2022)

As part of the FAO-NORAD project “Empowering women in small-scale fisheries for sustainable food systems”, this publication focuses on gender equality and women’s small-scale fisheries organizations. The project supports activities in five countries – Ghana, Malawi, Sierra Leone, Uganda, and United Republic of Tanzania – with a focus on strengthening women’s roles in post-harvest processing and trade. 30 pp.

(FAO, 2022)

As part of the FAO-NORAD project “Empowering women in small-scale fisheries for sustainable food systems”, this publication focuses on gender equality and women’s small-scale fisheries organizations. The project supports activities in five countries – Ghana, Malawi, Sierra Leone, Uganda, and United Republic of Tanzania – with a focus on strengthening women’s roles in post-harvest processing and trade. 32 pp.

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