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    normas de género en la agricultura familiar y campesina

    Un estudio piloto en dos provincias del Ecuador

    Manuals & Guidelines
    April, 2024
    Latin America and the Caribbean, Ecuador

    El estudio pretende comprender las normas sociales relacionadas con el género que afectan a las mujeres en la agricultura familiar y campesina en términos de sus capacidades productivas, acceso a servicios y mercados, y toma de decisiones.El estudio se llevó a cabo en el marco del Programa conjunto sobre enfoques de género transformadores para lograr la seguridad alimentaria y la nutrición, en colaboración con CARE Ecuador, utilizando la herramienta de exploración de normas sociales desarrollada por el Instituto de Salud Reproductiva de la Universidad de Georgetown en el marco del Proyecto

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    Reports & Research
    May, 2024
    Middle Africa, Cameroon, Canada

    Ce document a été élaboré dans le cadre du Projet de « Restauration des Terres pour l’Autonomisation post- COVID-19 des Femmes rurales et autochtones et la Réduction de la Pauvreté au Cameroun » (LRIWEP) financé par le Centre de Recherches pour le Développement International (CRDI) du Canada avec l’appui technique de World Agroforestry (ICRAF), Centre d’Appui aux Femmes Et Ruraux (CAFER), Actions pour la Biodiversité et Gestion des Terroirs (ABIOGeT) et Rainforest Alliance, à travers un processus participatif multi-acteurs dans les Communes de Ngambé-Tikar (Centre), Pitoa (Nord) et Nkong-Ze

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    Journal Articles & Books
    Reports & Research
    April, 2024
    Global

    The need for further discussion on territoriality in the context of rural development, driven by the political forces of globalization and the economic and social transformations within nations, comes as no surprise. It arises from the necessity to adapt methodologies, instruments, and activities to meet the new demands imposed by these changes and their unintended consequences. Ultimately, it fosters a fresh perspective on territorial issues, actively involving rural populations in the formulation of novel development outlooks.

  4. Library Resource
    January, 2023
    India

    Intersectionality provides a powerful framework for understanding the intricate connections between different dimensions of social identity and their influence on individual experiences of discrimination and privilege. When applied to gender-transformative approaches (GTAs) in agri-food systems, intersectionality becomes critical for unraveling inequalities, including how existing inequalities are exacerbated by shocks and long-term stressors such as malnutrition, conflict, and climate change.

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    January, 2023
    Global

    Seed regeneration is the process that leads to the generation of a new seed-lot for a given
    accession with the intention to increase its stored seeds in the collection (also called
    “multiplication”) or to increase the viability of its seeds equal to or above an agreed minimum
    level, which is referred to as the regeneration threshold. The latter case is often termed as “seed
    rejuvenation”.
    Characterization is the description of plant germplasm through recording the expression of

  6. Library Resource
    January, 2023
    Zambia

    Zambia has historically qualified as a regional model of stability and peace. However, this status is being undermined by several socio-political factors, including deeply entrenched patterns of social inequality and gender discrimination, high levels of poverty and youth unemployment, as well as recurring episodes of electoral violence. Climate and extreme weather events compound most of these vulnerabilities and even create new ones, generating societal dynamics that will likely increase social tensions with greater risk of insecurity.

  7. Library Resource
    January, 2023
    Global

    Agri-food systems constitute a huge proportion of global jobs and economies, but are failing to provide healthy diets, equitable livelihoods and sustainable practices. Women in rural areas are highly prominent in the sector and most vulnerable to climate impacts.

  8. Library Resource
    January, 2023
    Global

    These Guidelines include step-by-step guidance to formulate qualitative and quantitative indicators of gender transformative change to help gender experts and food security, agriculture and nutrition programme specialists in their efforts to design, implement, monitor and evaluate gender transformative interventions. These indicators should be distinctive from and a complement to other reach, benefit and empower indicators intended to contribute to gender equality outcomes in food security, nutrition and sustainable agriculture.

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    January, 2023
    India

    Women are more food insecure than men globally and in every region. This paper investigates the global gender gap in food insecurity and its evolution following the COVID-19 pandemic. Using the food insecurity experience scale (FIES) data collected from over 700,000 individuals across 121 countries, our empirical analysis showed that individuals aged 25– 34, regardless of gender, and women in rural areas had been disproportionally affected by the pandemic.

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    January, 2023
    Global

    CGIAR Initiative on Climate Resilience (ClimBeR) focuses on seven representative, low and middle income countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America naming Kenya Morocco, Senegal, Zambia, Philippines, Sri Lanka and Guatemala.

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