Agri-ProFocus Learning Network
This platform aims to increase the gender sensitivity of value chain oriented sustainable rural economic development programmes. Read more.
The war cries for gender equity that benefits women and youth in agriculture value chains‘’To Name Is To Own and To Own is to Benefit From It’’“Nothing For/About Us Without Us” “Indigenize gender- No exotic engineering of gender issues by…Continue
Please share your views on the story below. I am interested to hear different perspectives regarding the potential that camel milk has on improving economic livelihoods for women, as well as food security, for them and their children …Continue
Dear All , This may not be the usual discussion on this forum , but I think it is necessary to share this experience and get some other experiences and ideas. As my profile says, I am the Enterprise Support Manager for Tree Aid West Africa. My…Continue
As you all know gender and vcd is a challenge, even more so in Ethiopia, which performs worse on gender indicators than many other sub-saharan African countries. So in this respect some good news:the cluster business plan competition held by the APF…Continue
Decades of rapid and unequally shared growth are adding new dimensions to old disparities along gender, caste, religious and tribal lines. But this trend has stayed at the margin of public debates until recently. This paper asks whether we have "factored in the price of inequality?" Discussions about inequality seemed to evolve in fragmented territories, but new syntheses is trying to connect dots of evidence.
Each year on March 8, the International Land Coalition (ILC) celebrates International Women’s Day. The theme for 2014 is ‘Equality for women is progress for all’. The story of one young woman I met in Rwanda recently during a Learning Route organised by ILC and Procasur illustrates this theme perfectly.
At the occasion of international women's day International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) publishes this interesting post with a link to the full presentation in PowerPoint, a must-read for all those active in livestock!